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Finance for a English citizen living in New Zealand applying to English University

Hi,

I am 17 and live in New Zealand. I have a Dual Passport for NZ and the UK and I wish to apply to an English University.

I was wondering whether I would still be able to apply for a student loan or allowance to go to an English University even though I live in New Zealand. I have lived in England for periods of up to 6 months while growing up but never permanently.

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Answered by Alison Patterson
Hi Jules,

I think you are likely to be assessed as an international student for fees.

The UK Government will not then be able to help you with student loans.

Look at:

www.gov.uk/student-finance/who-qualifies

Also look at the UKCISA website:

www.ukcisa.org.uk/Information--Advice/Fees-and-Mon...2

Generally, universities decide on your fees status after the offer of a place has been made on academic grounds.

Best of luck with your application!

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