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    I'm not exactly sure where this type of thread goes.

    Anyways, I'm posting this on behalf of my girlfriend and she has a BNO passport. You can wikipedia BNO and see that it means she's a commonwealth citizen, benefits in the UK, etc etc.

    But I can't find anywhere what the fee status would be - Home/EU or International?
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    If she's been living in the EU for 3 years, then she's a Home/EU student. Otherwise, she will have to pay international fees.
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    It's up to the uni how much they charge. Finance wise, your girlfriend would need to have indefinate leave to remain and have been in the UK/EU for 3 years prior to the course start to be eligible for finance.
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    BNO does not have right of abode in the UK.

    http://ukinhongkong.fco.gov.uk/en/wo...ns-commitment/
 
 
 
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