For what it's worth - british citizenship doesn't have any bearing on which level of fee you pay - it's all based on whether or not you have been ordninarily resident in the UK or EEC for the 3 years prior to the start of your course for purposes other than to attand an educational institution.
basically, what defines 'ordinarily resident'?
the boyf has British passport, but also greencard & parents live in the USA - although schooled in this country from 7-18 this makes him an overseas, so obviously he pays those fees currently.
will he then become 'ordinarily resident' here from 3 years after his graduation if he stays here? or will the 3 years start from matric? given he's registered to vote here, has had jobs, stays here most holidays etc. or is it still considered that he's here solely to 'attend and eductional institution'?
just wondering for post grad funding implications etc.
600/week....sure they didn't mean 50-60 a week?
Hopefully they will come and post I am interested.
Trust me, have a budget of £50/week and you will enjoy yourself a lot.
£600 is greedy however much you "give"
yes, I will have to pay international fees which comes to about 11,000 annually.