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    I'm starting my first year of uni this autumn. My firm choice is in Scotland and my insurance is in England, does this mean that I should apply for financial support in both Scotland and England? Or just SAAS?
    I know that you're not supposed to apply for the insurance at first and you'll just update the application if you know you're going to the insurance. But is it the same case if I should be applying through two different systems?

    I'm an EU national so I don't know much about the systems in the UK
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    (Original post by Oakendurin)
    Hi!
    I'm starting my first year of uni this autumn. My firm choice is in Scotland and my insurance is in England, does this mean that I should apply for financial support in both Scotland and England? Or just SAAS?
    I know that you're not supposed to apply for the insurance at first and you'll just update the application if you know you're going to the insurance. But is it the same case if I should be applying through two different systems?

    I'm an EU national so I don't know much about the systems in the UK
    The place you apply to depends on where you live not where your uni may be.

    An EU student applying for a tuition loan only (so not applying for maintenance loans based on UK residency) fills in the form that will appear here in April: https://www.gov.uk/student-finance-f...17/new-student

    The same form applies for tuition fee loans wherever you end up studying.
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    The place you apply to depends on where you live not where your uni may be.

    An EU student applying for a tuition loan only (so not applying for maintenance loans based on UK residency) fills in the form that will appear here in April: https://www.gov.uk/student-finance-f...17/new-student

    The same form applies for tuition fee loans wherever you end up studying.
    Oh okay, that makes sense. Thank you so much for the help!
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    Apply to saas if u reside in Scotland whether you go to uni in Scotland England or Wales and update as necessary on results day


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