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    Hi, I'm living in the Republic of Ireland and will be studying Dietetics in University of Ulster in September. I am not sure if if this course is NHS funded in this university, and I don't know whether I have to apply to the NHS website (University of Ulster wasn't listed as an option on the application form) or to the Student Finance NI website in order to have my tuition fees paid for (or for any other financial assistance I am entitled to for that matter).
    Would someone be able to help me on this? It would be very much appreciated as I have no idea about student finances in Northern Ireland.

    Thanks!
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    As you live in the Republic of Ireland, you would be considered an EU student. Therefore, you would only be eligible to apply for tuition fee loan support. Please see your university to see if there is any other funding they may be able to assist you with.

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