Finance for non EU international students Watch

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Hey there

I'm an Australian citizen with a British ancestry visa. This visa allows me to study and work for he next four years in England but I just want to know what sort of funding, if any, I would have access to if I were to enrol in a foundation degree for next year. I can't find any info anywhere.

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Mark Lee - SFE Official Adviser
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Hi there.

For students who have not lived in the UK for the three years prior to their course, but have lived in the EU for those years, you can apply to us for a loan for tuition fees only.

If however you chose to work whilst you are in the UK and studying, or are related to someone who currently is such as a parent or spouse, you can apply as a 'migrant worker' and receive the same level of funding as a UK student.

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