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    hey guys.its been two years that i have been in the uk, i've had offers from few unis but i have to pay international fee as i am still shy of a year to be considered a home student:mad:.do i have to pay international fee for a year or for the whole cource.:confused:
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    (Original post by Becca-Sarah)
    Your fee status remains the same for the length of the course.
    thank u for your reply. i'll have to be paying about £65000 for my cource :eek: . do you know if there is any way i could get this ammount down. direct gov lead me nowhere.
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    thank u for your reply. i'll have to be paying about £65000 for my cource :eek: . do you know if there is any way i could get this ammount down. direct gov lead me nowhere.
    If you're classified as an international student, you have to pay international fees. No loopholes.
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    (Original post by Becca-Sarah)
    If you're classified as an international student, you have to pay international fees. No loopholes.
    my parents are british its just that i have lived abroad.thanks for your reply. now i just need to rob a bank. do you happen to know any 'easy to break in banks:cool:'.
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    Well as you just said, you're shy one year to be classed as a home student. If you really don't want to pay international fees, then take a gap year.

    But then agian, you would be subject to the tuiton fees rise however, it is still far less than international fees.
 
 
 

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