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    I am normally resident in Scotland but I am currently an EU resident, I have British nationality only. I'd like to study in Scotland.

    Will my odds of being accepted into a Scottish uni be higher if I apply as an EU resident or from my Scottish address?

    I imagine applying from my Scottish address is the path to take.
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    (Original post by Tom Sword)
    I am normally resident in Scotland but I am currently an EU resident, I have British nationality only. I'd like to study in Scotland.

    Will my odds of being accepted into a Scottish uni be higher if I apply as an EU resident or from my Scottish address?

    I imagine applying from my Scottish address is the path to take.
    You dont get to choose which to apply as, you apply as whichever the university defines you as, which is likely to be an eu student with you living there currently.
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    I do because my family lives in Scotland where I am normally resident and I am resident in both officially,.If there was any advantage of getting in and applying from either I would go in that direction.
 
 
 

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