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Fees for a British National who has lived overseas, applying to English universities, Law
Unfortunately, residence is more important than citizenship in determining fee status. You can read more about tuition fees and financial support here: www.thecompleteuniversityguide.co.uk/university-tu.../
You can certainly apply through UCAS to study for a degree in Law at a British university, but if you have not been resident in the UK for the three years immediately prior to starting university you are likely to be assessed for the international fee. (It is to do with where the family taxes have been paid.)
The rules are at:
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