So I'm quite a rare case in that I was born and brought up in the UK but my mum has Canadian citizen as she lived there for 10 years.
This means I also have citizenship (a bit of quirk of the system which is quite ideal for me) even though I've never lived there.
My question is - if my BA was studied for in the UK, will they still let me pay Canadian domestic fees for studying my Masters (I obviously have the necessary documentation proving I am a citizen - although I will never have lived there)?
Or do I need to have lived there for a certain amount of time for this to occur?
If nobody knows the answer, where may I ask to find out?
Also, I've read about tuition fees - but what about living costs?
Is there any organisations where loans are available for these, or is it very much a similar situation to the UK?
Anyone know where I can find the relevant info?
Many thanks for your assistance.
Studying for a Masters in Canada - funding and citizenship issues