How to be recognised as an EU applicant rather than UK for Scottish universities Watch

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I have a dual nationality a British one and one from an European country.
Many of my older friends have been able to apply to Scottish universities and pay the lower sum which is around two thousand pounds. All my qualifications have been done in the english system, GCSE and A levels. I have lived in the UK all my life.
Can I apply as an EU student? I have heard that there is a way I could
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Do you think that If I do not get into a Scottish Uni and end up going to an English university, applying as an EU student will put me at a disadvantage of getting in and with the whole Brexit thing going on do you think that they could potentially drastically increase prices for EU students later on?
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(Original post by Undec)
I have a dual nationality a British one and one from an European country.
Many of my older friends have been able to apply to Scottish universities and pay the lower sum which is around two thousand pounds. All my qualifications have been done in the english system, GCSE and A levels. I have lived in the UK all my life.
Can I apply as an EU student? I have heard that there is a way I could
You will be classed as a RUK student (i.e. England, Wales, & NI). Your residence must normally be in the EU for you to qualify as an EU student as I recall. I could be wrong though.
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Thanks!
Do you think that If I do not get into a Scottish Uni and end up going to an English university, applying as an EU student will put me at a disadvantage of getting in and with the whole Brexit thing going on do you think that they could potentially drastically increase prices for EU students later on?
I think it is unlikely students *already* at university before Brexit actually occurs will see a rise in EU tuition fees.
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(Original post by Undec)
I have a dual nationality a British one and one from an European country.
Many of my older friends have been able to apply to Scottish universities and pay the lower sum which is around two thousand pounds. All my qualifications have been done in the english system, GCSE and A levels. I have lived in the UK all my life.
Can I apply as an EU student? I have heard that there is a way I could
No. You are (also) a British national, more importantly living in England. It's where you live that (mostly) counts.
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