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    I am a Dutch citizen and have qualified for 'home/EU' fees. I am going to Cambridge University to study for a BSci Degree (I have an unconditional offer).

    For the last few years (more than the last three) I have lived in South Africa with my mother. My father and all my other family live in the Netherlands.

    I hope to study further after completing my undergraduate course but in any case intend to stay in Europe after graduation.

    I know that not having been in the EU for the last three years is a strike against me but I do have strong ties and lots of family in Europe.

    Is there any chance I would qualify for a student loan?

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