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Under student support, which fee code should I select? I am an European student, applying for 2019. I would like to get a student loan. If I select 02 another box opens about student support arrangements. It is not necessary to fill it. What should I pick?
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I checked the student finance section and opened the SAAS web site. Here however it says something about repaying the loan. Isn't education in Scotland supposed to be free?

P.S. http://www.saas.gov.uk/my_money/loan_repayments.htm
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I checked the student finance section and opened the SAAS web site. Here however it says something about repaying the loan. Isn't education in Scotland supposed to be free?

P.S. http://www.saas.gov.uk/my_money/loan_repayments.htm
Starting from 2018, EU students will pay the same as UK Students. This means you'll be charged upto £9,250 for any English university, but you'll get it free if you go to a University in Scotland.
What are your options for fee codes? It sounds to me like you should put 02, but I'd need to see the others to know for sure.

(Source: https://news.gov.scot/news/eu-student-status-confirmed)
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Starting from 2018, EU students will pay the same as UK Students. This means you'll be charged upto £9,250 for any English university, but you'll get it free if you go to a University in Scotland.
What are your options for fee codes? It sounds to me like you should put 02, but I'd need to see the others to know for sure.

(Source: https://news.gov.scot/news/eu-student-status-confirmed)

  • 01 Private finance - Entire cost of tuition fees is to be paid by private finance.
  • 02 UK, ChI, loM or EU student finance services - Applying for student support assessment by local authority, Student Finance England, Student Finance Wales, Student Awards Agency for Scotland, Student Finance NI (Northern Ireland), Northern Ireland Education and Library Board, SLC EU Team, Channel Island or Isle of Man agency.
  • 04 Research councils - Contribution from a research council.
  • 05 DHSS/Regional Health - Contribution from the Department of Health and Social Security or from a Regional Health Authority.
  • 06 UK Govt international award - International student award from the UK Government or the British Council.
  • 07 Training agency - Contribution from a training agency.
  • 08 Other UK Govt award - Contribution from another Government source.
  • 09 International agency - Contribution from an international agency, government, university or industry.
  • 10 UK Industry/commerce - Contribution from UK industry or commerce.
  • 90 Other source - Other source of finance.
  • 99 Not known - Not known.

If it's free, why does the website mention repaying it?
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If it's free, why does the website mention repaying it?
The website you were looking at is assuming you're a UK student, which you are not, so it won't apply to you.

Put down option 02, because you're a EU applicant. This means that whilst you won't get a tuition fee loan, because you don't need it, you can still aply for the maintenance loan.
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