The gov.uk page says I must normally live in England and must have been resident in the UK for three years to qualify for a postgraduate loan. I don't normally live in England, but it could be arranged that I live in England at the time of application if it would make me eligible.
I am English by birth and have lived there for about half my life, but have been living in Wales for the past ten years or so. It's a bit disheartening that I live literally 2.5 miles on the wrong side of the border, and because of that I might not be able to take advantage of the new loans. There's a little hill in the way, so apparently social mobility doesn't apply to me :/.
I appreciate that the full details of these loans have not yet been released, but if someone could point me to something that gives more explicit detail on the eligibility criteria, I'd be grateful.
Thanks very much.
What does "you normally live in England" mean? For postgraduate loans.
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