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Overseas British national wanting to study a PhD in the UK

I am a UK citizen, and I have worked and studied in the UK for 11 years before I moved abroad a year and a half ago. I now want to move back to the UK permanently and study towards a PHD. I am worried that I might be charged as a foreign student. What is the criteria? Do I need to first move back to the UK and work for a few years before applying? Thanks so much.
Answered by Alison Patterson
Hello,

If you plan to study for a PhD you should first identify a university/subject/supervisor. You should then ask about funding and fees. Many funded opportunities are open to UK nationals.

You need to do some careful research. Look at:

www.findaphd.com/

and

www.jobs.ac.uk/phd

Read the information on university websites.

Good luck.

CUG

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