We use cookies to ensure the best user experience and to serve tailored advertising. To learn more about our cookies and how to manage them, please visit our cookie policy

I AGREE

Dual nationality

Feb 2019

My son who has dual French/English nationality is studying for his degree in Wales. Will he still be classed as an EU student when applying for finance and bursaries for his postgraduate in England next year? We currently live in France.

FEES INTERNATIONAL POSTGRADUATE
Answer

You can read more on our student finance and funding. It is the university that will decide. If the family home is in France, it may be considered his residence so he would be eligible for the EU fee. If he has spent three years in the UK at university this may influence the decision. You could also contact Student Finance England.

Related questions

Distance learning for internationals

Apr 2020

Are there distance learning courses for international students (e.g. learning English as a foreign language) during the pandemic?

Comparison between universities

Aug 2019

I want to do a master's in international events. I have shortlisted three universities: University of Surrey, University of Salford and Sheffield Hallam University. Which university is the best among the three? Which one is the best to do the course and get a job in the UK?

Eligibility/residency

Jun 2019

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...

Need help?

Email us and one of our experts will get back soon.

ASK A QUESTION

Can't find what you're looking for?

Is this page useful?

Yes No

Sorry about that...

HOW CAN WE IMPROVE IT?

SUBMIT

Thanks for your feedback!