bedwardssz
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Hi,
I’m currently in the first year of my university course however I have decided the course isn’t for me and I would like to apply for a different course that will start 2018/19.
I am currently considered a ‘migrant worker’ for the maintenance loan as I had only been in the uk 4 years and 5 months before starting the course.
However, since the new course will start in the year 2018/19 it means I would have been in the UK 5 years prior to the start of the course. does that mean I can apply as a home student for maintenance loan funding on this course or will I still have to keep my migrant worker status?

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(Original post by bedwardssz)
Hi,
I’m currently in the first year of my university course however I have decided the course isn’t for me and I would like to apply for a different course that will start 2018/19.
I am currently considered a ‘migrant worker’ for the maintenance loan as I had only been in the uk 4 years and 5 months before starting the course.
However, since the new course will start in the year 2018/19 it means I would have been in the UK 5 years prior to the start of the course. does that mean I can apply as a home student for maintenance loan funding on this course or will I still have to keep my migrant worker status?

Thank you
Hi Bedwrdssz,

If your an EU national and have 5 years residency prior to the first day of the first academic year of your course, then you can apply as a home student. Complete the PN1 for new students 2018/19 and we will send you out a residency form to complete and return with evidence of your 5 years.
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