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So the £303 that I have to pay includes the flights and vaccination and visa fees? Or is it the first £303 of each separate component. Also what are the criteria for the flight, am I suppose to pick the cheapest flight option even if that inteniery means I have to connect to 2 other airports etc?

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So the £303 that I have to pay includes the flights and vaccination and visa fees? Or is it the first £303 of each separate component. Also what are the criteria for the flight, am I suppose to pick the cheapest flight option even if that inteniery means I have to connect to 2 other airports etc?

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Hi,

The first £303 is only to be substituted by the student once per academic year, and it relates to everything. The rest of your expenses can be reimbursed as normal. The class and method of travel should be deemed reasonable (i.e. no business class flights!) Thanks.
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