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Can fees status change midway through a course?

What will be the fees for UK resident of only 2 years albeit holds British passport but was previously an Expat for 5 years?

If I pay international fees for the first year, will I move to resident fees for the second and third years?
Answered by Alison Patterson
The rule is three year residence in the UK to qualify for home tuition fees and UK Government funding support.

It is quite unusual to be permitted to change status during a degree course. I suggest you speak to Student Finance England for more information
www.gov.uk/contact-student-finance-england

Also look at:
www.ukcisa.org.uk/International-Students/Fees--fin.../

If all else fails it'll be worth waiting an extra year before going to uni and getting home fees. You could take a gap year, do some volunteering, get work experience, the list goes on!

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