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    I'm an EU national and moved here with my family in 2004 (I was 5). I am going to be going to University this year (well, hopefully) and have gone through the regular student finance procedure. If the UK makes a decision to leave the EU, will that affect the tuition fee and maintenance loans I am to take. e.g. Could I end up studying for one or two years all fine and suddenly have to pay international fees?

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    (Original post by xpdevil)
    I'm an EU national and moved here with my family in 2004 (I was 5). I am going to be going to University this year (well, hopefully) and have gone through the regular student finance procedure. If the UK makes a decision to leave the EU, will that affect the tuition fee and maintenance loans I am to take. e.g. Could I end up studying for one or two years all fine and suddenly have to pay international fees?

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    Normally any changes to the financing system don't apply to current student so i thik you would be okay.
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    (Original post by xpdevil)
    I'm an EU national and moved here with my family in 2004 (I was 5). I am going to be going to University this year (well, hopefully) and have gone through the regular student finance procedure. If the UK makes a decision to leave the EU, will that affect the tuition fee and maintenance loans I am to take. e.g. Could I end up studying for one or two years all fine and suddenly have to pay international fees?

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    Nothing to worry about.
    1. They havent left yet and theres nothing you could do.
    2. They would treat the situation fairly.
    3.It would take them 2+ years to negotiate a deal.

    Dont worry, nothings happened.
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    (Original post by 999tigger)
    Nothing to worry about.
    1. They havent left yet and theres nothing you could do.
    2. They would treat the situation fairly.
    3.It would take them 2+ years to negotiate a deal.

    Dont worry, nothings happened.
    Thanks, its just I can't help but worry, on paper I'm a continental European but I've basically grown up in Britain and function as a Briton, if I had to spontaneously leave that would be rather messy.
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    (Original post by xpdevil)
    Thanks, its just I can't help but worry, on paper I'm a continental European but I've basically grown up in Britain and function as a Briton, if I had to spontaneously leave that would be rather messy.
    Seriously worry is pointless and illogical at this stage.

    No idea what your immigration status is or other nationality, but you should look into see whethe you cna apply for permanet leave to remain and then Uk citizenship if you had to.

    For now I repeat dont worry , even if it happened transitional arrangements would be made.
 
 
 
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