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    I recently applied to Edinburgh and St Andrews. They required a fee status questionnaire to filled out, which I did, including passports etc. My father is German and my mother is English. I've lived in England my entire life, although I do hold both German and British Citizenship.
    Edinburgh said I was RUK, whilst St Andrews said Home/Scotland.
    Obviously this is a big difference and I was wondering which Uni was right about the assessment, as I do not want any problems with fees later on down the line.
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    it's residency that matters not citizenship, so i'd be inclined to thin st andrews was right.
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    it's residency that matters not citizenship, so i'd be inclined to thin st andrews was right.
    Why would St Andy's be right if that is true? I have been a resident of England my entire life.
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    (Original post by SamwiseGumtree)
    Why would St Andy's be right if that is true? I have been a resident of England my entire life.
    i thought you meant a home student as in non eu my apologies. It would be R-uk will edinburgh has said.
 
 
 
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