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I was born in England but have been living in Spain for 15 years and have citizenship. My parents are tax payers here. I am looking to attend the Early childhood care and education course at Tralee univeristy in Ireland, but I am unable to afford the fees.
I have read different articles, some saying I am able to apply for free fees, others saying I can't, any ideas? Thank you ❤
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(Original post by becky.specks)
I was born in England but have been living in Spain for 15 years and have citizenship. My parents are tax payers here. I am looking to attend the Early childhood care and education course at Tralee univeristy in Ireland, but I am unable to afford the fees.
I have read different articles, some saying I am able to apply for free fees, others saying I can't, any ideas? Thank you ❤
Hi

Why don't you call SFE and ask them to check your eligibility?

How long did you live in the UK for?
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You would only be eligible for free tuition fees in Scotland a Scottish or EU student (and EU may not longer be eligible post-Brexit; I'm not sure). For this you would need to check with SAAS.

In England, as has been the case for the last ten years at least, you would be classed as either an EU or a home applicant; either way, you would need to pay tuition fees - however you might eligible for a tuition fee loan if you're a home student. You can check this with SFE.
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Why don't you call SFE and ask them to check your eligibility?

How long did you live in the UK for?
I lived in the UK for under 2 years
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I lived in the UK for under 2 years
Apologies, i missed the bit about the IRISH HEP, i kind of doubt you will get funded, regardless if you lived in the Uk.

Why don't you speak to the uni and see what they can offer/advise?
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