What does "residency" and "resident tuition" mean? I'm applying for graduate degree programs. Does "resident tuition" refer to tuitions local students pay compared to students from other states or from another country? Is there anything like "non-resident tuition"? Thanks for your answer!
Dec 9, 2016 12:48 PM
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Yes, for example, in Scotland, education at university is free for people that reside in Scotland. It is not free for students from overseas.
December 9, 2016
Thanks for answering:-)
December 10, 2016
In the US, generally, "Resident Tuition" is for students who live in that state (and have lived there for a period of time, usually a year or two before they start studying.) "Non-resident" is for students who do not live in that state. Depending on where you are now, you may also need to look at "International Student tuition."
December 9, 2016
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