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Eligibility for student finance - International Student

I am a British citizen, I've just moved to the UK. I am thinking of joining university but the fees are very high. Can I get the maintenance and tuition fee loan even though I'm only a British citizen, and not a resident?
Answered by Alison Patterson
You will not be eligible for government funding - loans and grants - for your studies. You will need to check on the support available from universities and commercial bank loans. There may be some scholarships available.

The UKCISA website may help.
www.ukcisa.org.uk/

If you are a British citizen you should be eligible for Home fees and government loans and grants after you have been resident in the country for three years.

Have you contacted Student Finance England, using these contact details:
www.gov.uk/contact-student-finance-england
You should contact them for advice.

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