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"Home Students" for UK med. applications

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mattumbo

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I have two citizenships: Canadian & British.

I grew up in Canada and attended university here.

Do ALL the UK med. schools, or just some of them require that I live in the UK for three years prior to my application? I know some say that to apply as a "home student" you need to live there for at least 3 years.

Also, I speak English with a Canadian accent, not a British one... lol that might be funny at any interview... laff

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JediBookworm

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I'm pretty sure nearly all of them have the same definition of a "home student", that is, EU citizenship + EU residency in the last 3 years... you can check with individual schools, of course...

Here is the "standard" definition: http://www.ukcosa.org.uk/images/tuitionfees.pdf
 
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