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Got a question about Student Finance? Ask the experts this week on TSR! 15-09-2014
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    I live in Scotland and I've accepted an unconditional for uni in Aberdeen. Am I supposed to have done anything for saas myself or will I automatically have my fees payed for me?


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    You need to apply for SAAS by the 30th of June for tuition fees a(and loan if you want it) I would recommend you do it soon, as you may have to send them information such as p60s, offer letters, birth certificates. Depending on what you apply for.

    When I last checked they are still assessing applications that were completed mid may. Hope this helps

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