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My parents are British citizen with a right of permanent resident but I stay in Nigeria and I have never been to the UK. do i have to pay high rate tuition fee for my PGD or can my parent apply for a student loan on my behalf??
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If your parents are British, wouldn't that also make you legally British?
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If your parents are British, wouldn't that also make you legally British?
Thank you very much for you quick response. they move to the UK 15year ago and they are now British citizen but I was left in Nigeria to complete my schooling
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Thank you very much for you quick response. they move to the UK 15year ago and they are now British citizen but I was left in Nigeria to complete my schooling
So I saw this link and i will like to know if this is right : https://www.bcu.ac.uk/international/...rnational-fees
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Thank you very much for you quick response. they move to the UK 15year ago and they are now British citizen but I was left in Nigeria to complete my schooling
If your parents have been in the UK for 15 years, surely they should be able to advise you on this matter? Have you spoken to them about it?

Alternatively, you can have a look at the student finance websites for Wales, England, Scotland etc. and maybe check with your school as well. Hopefully someone here will be able to help you out as well because I'm not sure exactly.
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