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    Hello all,

    I am an EU national that has lived with my parents and studied in the UK for 14 years, I am 17 years old and have applied through UCAS via the standard procedure. As soon as SFE opens applications I will also be applying for finance. My question is, am I eligible for the maintenance loans, as I have recently noticed that the maintenance loan calculator on the gov website states explicitly that EU students can only apply for the tuition fee loan? On all forms so far I have been classified as a 'Home/EU' student, so it is unclear to me in which category I will fall in this instance.

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    Hi xpdevil

    If you have 3 years residency in the UK, you can apply as a UK/home student.

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    (Original post by Mark Lee - SFE Official Adviser)
    Hi xpdevil

    If you have 3 years residency in the UK, you can apply as a UK/home student.

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