Hi, recently I've decided I want to become a secondary teacher through the PGDE route and I've managed to somehow confuse myself about finance/funding and application.
So, I live in Northern Ireland and hold a dual citizenship but use an Irish passport. I'm currently doing a history degree in London but I want to apply to do a PGDE in secondary teaching in a Glasgow university. I've seen that there is reduced fee's for anyone who is Scottish or an EU national - Does that mean I will only have to pay the £1820 instead of the £9000 because I have an Irish Passport?
Also,when applying for funding/loans etc Student finance NI covered my fees for the London University and I'm wondering if I apply to them to cover the PGDE fees or do I apply to the likes of SAAS??
Haha, I'm so confused! Does anyone else have the same or similar issue?
Bottom line - Irish resident, currently living in London studying degree but wants to move to Glasgow and isn't sure of what funding & finance is available!
Applying for PGDE in Glasgow as an Irish Passport Holder
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