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Eligibility for home fees for Hong Kong British National finishing a three year degree in the UK

Hi,

I'm a British National born in Hong Kong (granted by way of colonial benefits). I'm currently finishing a three-year degree in Newcastle University under international student status, and I'm interested in a Master's degree in the same university. I travelled back to Hong Kong every summer during the 3 years.

Would I be eligible for the home fee if I apply straight away after completing my bachelor degree?

Thanks!
Answered by Alison Patterson
Hi Man,

You will need to check with universities as they make the decisions.

Generally, residence for education (including HE) does not constitute ordinary residence. Residence takes precedence over citizenship. However, as you are a UK citizen, residence during your degree course in the UK may be acceptable in this case.

Best of luck with everything.

Thanks,
CUG

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