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Does SUSI Give Grants For Studying In Uk?

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    I'm doubtful that they do! I just want a bit of assurance :confused:

    I'm planning on studying in Scotland and really need advise on getting a grant there and i don't see any grants that are available to Irish students?
    If that is true then i'd have to get a loan...

    Please help with anyone having studied in the uk or scotland please !!


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  • They wont pay your fess but you might get some sort of assistance with living upon their evaluation of your application to them. Im not sure on Scotland but I had to get a Student Loan for England




  • They wont pay your fess but you might get some sort of assistance with living upon their evaluation of your application to them. Im not sure on Scotland but I had to get a Student Loan for England

    Student loan for cost of living etc or to pay off the tuition fees?




  • Student loan for cost of living etc or to pay off the tuition fees?

    They'll pay maintenance, up to about 600/mo means tested but you'll have to cough up to the students loan company in the UK after graduation. 9k GBP x 3 if I remember correctly.




  • ED E wrote: »
    They'll pay maintenance, up to about 600/mo means tested but you'll have to cough up to the students loan company in the UK after graduation. 9k GBP x 3 if I remember correctly.

    Thats the one, 9k + at the minute




  • ED E wrote: »
    They'll pay maintenance, up to about 600/mo means tested but you'll have to cough up to the students loan company in the UK after graduation. 9k GBP x 3 if I remember correctly.

    Thats a maintenance loan not a grant right? Just for reassurance all english colleges are 48 academic weeks right depending on the course you're studying right?


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  • I'm currently studying in Scotland and qualify for a SUSI maintenance grant. It's not a huge amount, but it helps.
    Being an EU citizen studying in Scotland means your fees are waived, but you have to apply for that seperately through SAAS
    I'm not sure if it's the same as I was granted it pre brexit.
    Don't think they offer grants to non UK students.


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