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Hi, i'm a british citizen currently lliving outside the UK and haven't lived in the UK for the last 4 years apart from a couple of visits each year. Will i be considered a home student?
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Yes. Have the British passport right?
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Yes. Have the British passport
Yes i do but here it says:
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Yes. Have the British passport right?
The advice above is totally wrong. You'll be classified as an international student regardless of what passport you hold.

To be classified as a home student, you have to of lived in the UK for the three years before the start of the course (e.g if you wanted to start in September 2021, you would have had to of lived in the UK since at least September 2018)
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Hi, i'm a british citizen currently lliving outside the UK and haven't lived in the UK for the last 4 years apart from a couple of visits each year. Will i be considered a home student?
It’s up to your universities to decide this and they will need to know where you have been living and why you have been living outside the UK.

No one can tell you your fee status on the information that you have provided.

If you want advice then google ukcisa and ring their advice line. They’re the experts in fee status regulations.

Fee status is assessed by universities and completely separate from eligibility for student support which is assessed by SFE.
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Hi, i'm a british citizen currently lliving outside the UK and haven't lived in the UK for the last 4 years apart from a couple of visits each year. Will i be considered a home student?
Nope u had to be settled in the UK 3 years prior to applying
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Nope u had to be settled in the UK 3 years prior to applying
No, there are legitimate reasons why someone may have been abroad but maintained links in the U.K. and end up being assessed as a Home fees payer. PQ’s advice above is spot on.
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