I was hoping someone could shed some light on this.
I have two conditional offers, one from Edinburgh (firm) and Manchester (insurance). However, I qualify for EU fees (£1820) at Edinburgh but for Manchester i qualify for normal £9000 fees. I'll add also that i've lived in the UK for 15 years and have an Irish passport, but qualify for EU fees under some strange sub-clause.
Eseentially, my question is who do i go through in order to make sure i get money in the autumn? As an EU student for one Uni and a UK student for the other, i'm confused on how i can guarentee myself a loan regardless of where i end up since i think i would have to go through both SAAS for Edinburgh and SFE for Manchester.
Thanks for any help
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You would go through SAAS for Edinburgh and SFE for Manchester but you can only apply to one of them at any time.
You need to decide which course you're most likely to attend and apply accordingly. Please note that you can cancel an application if you change your mind.