11 September, 2022
Great Britain holds great expectations for international students. But, what is the cost of living in the UK?
What will be the average monthly cost in the UK for an international student?
What are the tuition fees, accommodation costs, transport, and all other costs associated with studying and living in the UK?
We have done the maths for you, keep reading to find out more.
Studying in the UK includes the cost of tuition fees, living expenses, and other academic investments that make up the total of your cost of education in the UK.
While your cost of living in the UK may vary depending on multiple other factors, your tuition fee is something that will be definite. AECC Global brings you an estimate of tuition fees for undergraduates, postgraduates, and doctoral degrees.
But, before we move forward let's find out a little more about tuition fees.
Tuition fees are the basic charge of universities and colleges to cover key elements of your course. These elements include:
Lectures, seminars, and tutorials
Course admin cost
Course-related stuff like your labs, studios, library, computer rooms
Support service for students
Student union membership
The exact cost of tuition fees depends on the course, where the student comes from, and the place of the university. However, below is a rough estimate of tuition fees for undergraduate courses in the UK
There are multiple factors that determine the cost of postgraduate courses in the UK. The cost depends on course duration, and the institute primarily.
As per the Universities and College Admission Service (UCAS), tuition fees range from GBP 4,000- 30,000 annually with an average of 11,000 GBP per year.
This cost can be a concern to many international students. But, universities offer Tuition Fee Reduction to international students.
Universities in the UK may consider a reduction in your tuition fees depending on the country of your origin. The tuition fee reductions are made by the universities that are in accordance with public funding literature.