Fees Questionnaire - Royal Holloway University of London

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I'm slightly confused. I've got a conditional offer from them, but do i have to fill out the fees Questionnaire they've sent? Kings college London didn't ask for one, using my ucas form they classed me as a home student. Can't Royal Holloway do the same?
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I ignored that and they sent me it in early November, i figured if they wanted it they would chase it up :-)
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I'm slightly confused. I've got a conditional offer from them, but do i have to fill out the fees Questionnaire they've sent? Kings college London didn't ask for one, using my ucas form they classed me as a home student. Can't Royal Holloway do the same?
I actually asked them about that, seeing that there is more detail on the UCAS form than on the Fee Assessment Questionnaire, which is silly, but never mind. They said yes, you have to fill it in, otherwise you'll be billed the standard fee (10k) which you don't want. But that form is ridiculously easy to fill in, you just tick "Home/EU student", sign it, date it and send it off.
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I actually asked them about that, seeing that there is more detail on the UCAS form than on the Fee Assessment Questionnaire, which is silly, but never mind. They said yes, you have to fill it in, otherwise you'll be billed the standard fee (10k) which you don't want. But that form is ridiculously easy to fill in, you just tick "Home/EU student", sign it, date it and send it off.
Oh maybe I should do it then... hehe
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I actually asked them about that, seeing that there is more detail on the UCAS form than on the Fee Assessment Questionnaire, which is silly, but never mind. They said yes, you have to fill it in, otherwise you'll be billed the standard fee (10k) which you don't want. But that form is ridiculously easy to fill in, you just tick "Home/EU student", sign it, date it and send it off.
:eek: i was about to throw it away. Better go and find it!
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Oh maybe I should do it then... hehe
Lol, like you need to bother... That form is designed for asylum seekers and stuff, when you're a home or EU student it doesn't make sense, but they have to get their budget right.
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Lol, like you need to bother... That form is designed for asylum seekers and stuff, when you're a home or EU student it doesn't make sense, but they have to get their budget right.
Why don't i need to bother? I might end up going there *shock horror*!
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Why don't i need to bother? I might end up going there *shock horror*!
And i think i did lose it- asssuming that it wasn't important. Where can i get another one?
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And i think i did lose it- asssuming that it wasn't important. Where can i get another one?
Just email them, i'm sure they'll send you another one
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Why don't i need to bother? I might end up going there *shock horror*!
Yeah right... with all the other unis you got offers from... though I might end up there. Would be great being in lectures and seminars together, but rather at Durham!
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rather at Durham!
Yeah.. Me too
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And i think i did lose it- asssuming that it wasn't important. Where can i get another one?
It's in that booklet they sent you with the letter confirming your offer. Never mind. Just ask for another one. I would have thought they'd have it for download, maybe they do?
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Yeah.. Me too
lol, you don't fancy the LSE now, do you, after your little clash with Mr W.A.S-I'm-at-LSE-Hewins?
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lol, you don't fancy the LSE now, do you, after your little clash with Mr W.A.S-I'm-at-LSE-Hewins?
Oh you read that too? Then no doubt you saw MAtt's reply? Hehe... No, it seems to grown up for me there but I will go if i don;t get into Durham me thinks, although have booked myself on to an Open DAy at York for next week
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Oh you read that too? Then no doubt you saw MAtt's reply? Hehe... No, it seems to grown up for me there but I will go if i don;t get into Durham me thinks, although have booked myself on to an Open DAy at York for next week
Yes indeed, very strong stuff! I'm surprised it didn't get edited by a mod. Yeah, do have a look at York, tell me what it's like, I was a bit put off by their course structure I must say, it seemed strange to me. LSE certainly is a great second choice.
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Yes indeed, very strong stuff! I'm surprised it didn't get edited by a mod. Yeah, do have a look at York, tell me what it's like, I was a bit put off by their course structure I must say, it seemed strange to me. LSE certainly is a great second choice.
Yeah hopefully that's all it will be, though-i really want to go to Durham :-). I think their course structure is quite good, just questioning their repuation and whether I could live there. It is certainly a nice offer, AAB inc G.S if I want.
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Yeah hopefully that's all it will be, though-i really want to go to Durham :-). I think their course structure is quite good, just questioning their repuation and whether I could live there. It is certainly a nice offer, AAB inc G.S if I want.
I wasn't saying York's course structure is bad, I just found it very confusing, most of all compared to the other unis I looked at. I hope you'll like it, enjoy the open day!
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