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    Hello,

    I was sent the offer letter to study a full-time MSc course (Marketing Communications) in the academic year 2018-2019 at UWE.
    I am a EU national who's been in the UK for one year and a half and I will be applying for a student loan.

    In my offer letter the tuition fee price is £13250 ( INTERNATIONAL-Full Time-Award Fee).

    Initially I thought I would be asked to pay £9000 (HOME/EU-Full Time-Award Fee).

    Could you please explain me why is it 13250 instead of 9000?

    Is it a mistake of the university or that is the correct category for my situation?
    Is there a way I could apply for a bigger student loan or £10.000 is the limit?

    Thank you in advance for your answers!
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    Hi - sorry you haven't had a response to this yet. I'm just going to bump the thread in the hope that someone sees this and can help
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    Hi I'm not very sure but I think that EU Nationals have to have been resident in the UK for 5 years to qualify as a home student
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    (Original post by DianaSun)
    Hello,

    I was sent the offer letter to study a full-time MSc course (Marketing Communications) in the academic year 2018-2019 at UWE.
    I am a EU national who's been in the UK for one year and a half and I will be applying for a student loan.

    In my offer letter the tuition fee price is £13250 ( INTERNATIONAL-Full Time-Award Fee).

    Initially I thought I would be asked to pay £9000 (HOME/EU-Full Time-Award Fee).

    Could you please explain me why is it 13250 instead of 9000?

    Is it a mistake of the university or that is the correct category for my situation?
    Is there a way I could apply for a bigger student loan or £10.000 is the limit?

    Thank you in advance for your answers!
    heya

    Same situation here, EU student starting in September. I didn't receive an offer yet but I have been in touch with the university and as a EU student you'll qualify for the 9.000GBP tuition fee regardless of how long you've been in the country.

    I would suggest you get in touch with the university and explain what happened there, also perhaps check that on your application you've mentioned you're a EU student as opposed to International.

    Good Luck!
 
 
 
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