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UK/EU residence but been travelling overseas for the past 2 years - issues with fees? Watch

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    so you know how the universities classify you as a home/EU student on fees basis if you've been living in the UK/EU in the last three years... well, what if your home residence is in the UK/EU but you've been travelling overseas for quite some time (a year or so), doing just travelling? could that pose problems when it comes to them deciding what fees one should be paying?
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    no it should not. I am a british citizen but I have lived outside the UK for a few years. My dad owns a property in the UK and all i had to really prove was that i was with my dad because he was transferred abroad for work. I got home status.

    so for u it should not be a problem
 
 
 
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Updated: April 18, 2012
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