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Hello!
I have applied to University of Edinburgh to do medicine and have been asked to fill out more forms to decide my fee status. I have lived in England for the past 6 years, have settled status in the UK and I am an EU national. My fee status has been determined to be Scotland fee rate.
I have no idea whether this is correct and I'm anxious that something has been misunderstood as I expected to be paying the England rate at Scottish universities.
I have read online and I think it may be correct but I would feel better if someone with experience or knowledge could confirm that I do not need to appeal my fee status and that it is correct.
Thank you
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Universities determine fee status following guidelines and legislation from the government.

If Edinburgh have looked at your citizenship and residency history then their decision is the only one that matters.
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