07 October 2015

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Irish passport key to fee waiver in Scotland


After years of social unrest and dispute over nationality for the people of Northern Ireland, dual nationality is now something we can celebrate.


As you’re probably aware, university students in Scotland have been able to forgo paying university fees for a few years now. But now if you hold an Irish passport, you too could study fee-less!


“English, Welsh and Northern Ireland students would have to pay fees of up to £9,000 a year.

However, the dual nationality open to students in Northern Ireland has revealed a loophole.

Sixth formers applying for some courses are being told they can have free tuition, no matter where they live, as long as they hold an Irish passport.”


To read the full article from the BBC click here.


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