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    Hi there,
    I'm originally from Scotland and have had an undergrad degree funded by saas. I have been living in London for 3 years and am considering applying to graduate entry medicine. I see that graduate entry medicine students are eligible for a second loan to cover part of tuition fees (£5550 per year). I looked on your guidance document "do I qualify" and I think I would be classed as an "ordinary resident" as I have been living in England for 3 years. Can you please confirm if I would be eligible for the loan for part of tuition fees? Also would it be possible to apply for a maintenance loan?
    Many thanks
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    (Original post by Tori12)
    Hi there,
    I'm originally from Scotland and have had an undergrad degree funded by saas. I have been living in London for 3 years and am considering applying to graduate entry medicine. I see that graduate entry medicine students are eligible for a second loan to cover part of tuition fees (£5550 per year). I looked on your guidance document "do I qualify" and I think I would be classed as an "ordinary resident" as I have been living in England for 3 years. Can you please confirm if I would be eligible for the loan for part of tuition fees? Also would it be possible to apply for a maintenance loan?
    Many thanks
    Hi Tori12,

    You can apply for the funding for this course by completing a paper PN1 application.

    PN1 Application Form - http://bit.ly/2tAXVNU

    Thanks Catherine
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    (Original post by Catherine SFE)
    Hi Tori12,

    You can apply for the funding for this course by completing a paper PN1 application.

    PN1 Application Form - http://bit.ly/2tAXVNU

    Thanks Catherine

    Great, thank you. Just to confirm: will I count as English for funding for tuition fee loan since I have lived here for 3 years? And I can apply to student finance England rather than Scotland?
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    (Original post by Catherine SFE)
    Hi Tori12,

    You can apply for the funding for this course by completing a paper PN1 application.

    PN1 Application Form - http://bit.ly/2tAXVNU

    Thanks Catherine
    Great, thank you. Just to confirm: will I count as English for funding for tuition fee loan since I have lived here for 3 years? And I can apply to student finance England rather than Scotland?
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    Hi Tori12

    You will applying through Student Finance England once we receive your application it will be assessed for you.

    Thanks Miriam
 
 
 
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