Fees for UK citizen living abroadFeb 2019
Is there any chance of being considered as a home student whilst living abroad as a UK citizen?
Not usually. Home fees status depends on residence not citizenship. Look at the UKCISA website. If you are living abroad temporarily and unavoidably because of a parent's employment, it may be possible to argue that your ordinary residence remains the UK. Universities make the final decision based on the guidelines, case law and the information supplied by you. They will only make a determination after an application has been received and an offer made on academic grounds.
We are a British family returning to the UK, and will be spending two years there while our son completes his A Levels. Since the home fee status for universities is based on three years of residency, is there any exception in our case? If not, would the international fee only...
Transferring to a UK universityMay 2019
I am currently attending the first year of an undergraduate course in my home town, sadly it has so far failed to meet my expectations. I am planning on applying for a different course at a different university abroad, specifically in the UK, and was wondering how this would...
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