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I hold a British passport and lived in Britain for seven years, but I currently live in Egypt due to my dad's work. I want to study in the UK and was wondering what the fees will be. Will I have to pay international fees or am I eligible for UK student fees?
Dual application to universities and conservatoiresJan 2019
My daughter wants to apply to read English and Drama at university but also to apply to conservatoires. Does it all go on the one UCAS form with the usual five choices or does she apply for conservatoires separately? If it is the latter, can she apply to five universities and...
Travelling absenceJan 2019
I’m a British citizen planning on travelling to Australia and Asia for about a year and a half before studying for a master's degree. Will this affect my ability to be charged home student fees rather than as an international student?
Graduate entry program into MedicineJan 2019
I have completed a bachelor's in engineering science and biomedical engineering at the University of Witwatersrand in South Africa. I would like to apply for graduate entry programs into Medicine in the UK. I have a British passport, but have never lived there. Is this...
Transferring from another university due to carer responsibilitiesJan 2019
Due to unforeseen circumstances, I am a second year BA(Hons) Psychology student who is now a full-time carer and cannot make full-time lectures away from home. But I wondered if I could do it from home through distance learning and if my student finance would transfer or if I...
When to return to the UK so that my daughter is eligible for admission to university as a UK citizen/nationalJan 2019
We are UK citizens who emigrated to Australia in 2010. My daughter would like to attend university in the UK to complete her undergraduate studies in media. I have heard that she would need to reside in the UK for so many years prior to commencing her studies. We always...
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