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    Hey everyone!

    I am currently in year 13 and would like to go to uni next year and study economics. However, I feel a bit confused about the student finance process. I was born in an European country and I moved to England in 2013 (at the beginning of year 10). I live with my sister, who's been here for 6 years now. I am unsure whether I qualify for student finance as I recently read somewhere that you must have lived in the UK for at least 5 years to be eligible, if you are an EU student, but I didn't quite understand if that was for the tuition loan or the maintenance one. Also, if I got my GCSE s and A-level qualifications in the UK, would I still be classified as an EU student,especially if my sister, whom I live with is technically a resident?

    If anyone could help me I would be reallllly thankful (
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    You should contact Student Finance.
 
 
 
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