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    I have been looking at the Masters funding loan which is starting this year. It says that you must have "ordinarily been resident in England" but that EU or UK students May still be eligible.

    I am just wondering if I can get more information about how an application will be assessed if not ordinarily living in England. I currently live and studied in Glasgow, Scotland but my family are in England but looking to study in England next year.
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    (Original post by ryanpmorrison297)
    Hello,

    I have been looking at the Masters funding loan which is starting this year. It says that you must have "ordinarily been resident in England" but that EU or UK students May still be eligible.

    I am just wondering if I can get more information about how an application will be assessed if not ordinarily living in England. I currently live and studied in Glasgow, Scotland but my family are in England but looking to study in England next year.
    Did you move to Glasgow from your family home in England?

    If so then if you can prove that you would have been living at home with your parents in England if you hadn't been in Scotland for educational purposes then you will be classed as ordinarily resident in England.

    Ordinary residence excludes temporary stays in other countries if you can prove that the trips/moves were temporary (ie your family home was in England etc). If you claimed your tuition fee/maintenance loans from SFE (rather than SAAS) then that would be the sort of proof they'd be after.
 
 
 
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