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Details of tuition fees can be found at the following pages:

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Details of tuition fees can be found at the following pages:

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Details of tuition fees can be found at the following pages:

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Details of tuition fees can be found at the following pages:

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We work out your fee status based on the information in your application. Fee status is not confirmed until after you apply for admission.

Find out more about fee status

You can find detailed guidance on fee status including explanations of the terms used in fee regulations from the UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA)

Fee status guidance for studying in Scotland on the UKCISA website

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We work out your fee status based on the information in your application.

Find out more about fee status

You can find detailed guidance on fee status including explanations of the terms used in fee regulations from the UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA)

Fee status guidance for studying in Scotland on the UKCISA website

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Once you start studying, your fee status cannot be updated if your circumstances change.

You can find detailed guidance on fee status including explanations of the terms used in fee regulations from the UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA)

Fee status guidance for studying in Scotland on the UKCISA website

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Before you get in touch, this might help:

We work out fee status based on the information in an application. Fee status is not confirmed until after applying for admission.

Find out more about fee status

You can find detailed guidance on fee status including explanations of the terms used in fee regulations from the UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA)

Fee status guidance for studying in Scotland on the UKCISA website

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All tuition fees are due in full on or before matriculation. If you are studying more than one year, tuition fees will be invoiced when you enter each new year of study.

There are different payment options depending on whether you pay yourself (self-funded) or a government, loan or sponsor pays for you (external-funded).

Tuition fee payment information on the Finance website

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Before you get in touch, this might help:

All tuition fees are due in full on or before matriculation. If you are studying more than one year, tuition fees will be invoiced when you enter each new year of study.

There are different payment options depending on whether you pay yourself (self-funded) or a government, loan or sponsor pays for you (external-funded).

Tuition fee payment information on the Finance website

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Before you get in touch, this might help:

All tuition fees are due in full on or before matriculation. If you are studying more than one year, tuition fees will be invoiced when you enter each new year of study.

There are different payment options depending on whether you pay yourself (self-funded) or a government, loan or sponsor pays for you (external-funded).

Tuition fee payment information on the Finance website

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If a sponsor is paying tuition fees to the University on your behalf, the guidance below explains who can be a sponsor and how to confirm your sponsorship.

Who can be a sponsor and how to confirm sponsorship

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If a sponsor is paying tuition fees to the University on your behalf, the guidance below explains who can be a sponsor and how to confirm your sponsorship.

Who can be a sponsor and how to confirm sponsorship

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If a sponsor is paying tuition fees to the University on your behalf, the guidance below explains who can be a sponsor and how to confirm your sponsorship.

Who can be a sponsor and how to confirm sponsorship

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We offer two tuition fee scholarship schemes for alumni.

Tuition Fee Alumni Scholarships

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We offer two tuition fee scholarship schemes for alumni.

Tuition Fee Alumni Scholarships

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We offer two tuition fee scholarship schemes for alumni.

Tuition Fee Alumni Scholarships

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If there are changes to your nationality once you start studying, we can update your nationality on the student system.

However, this will not impact your fee status which would remain unchanged.

To allow us to update your nationality, please email a copy of your passport to fees@ed.ac.uk. You will not be able to upload attachments to this form.

Before you get in touch, this might help:

If there are changes to your nationality once you start studying, we can update your nationality on the student system.

However, this will not impact your fee status which would remain unchanged.

To allow us to update your nationality, please email a copy of your passport to fees@ed.ac.uk. You will not be able to upload attachments to this form.

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If there is not enough information in your application to work out what your fee status is, you will need to complete a fee status questionnaire.

If you receive a notification to complete a fee status questionnaire, it is important that you complete the questionnaire as soon as possible.

Make sure you provide the full information requested along with supporting documentation. This helps us to determine your fee status as quickly as possible.

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