Studying in the UK is good value for money and the average costs here are lower than in both the USA and Australia.
You will find that UK graduates are among the most employable in the world. In fact, seven in ten international students say that they are progressing further, being promoted quicker, and earning more because of their UK education.
Still, investing a considerable sum in your education does require careful consideration. Here are some details on the type of budget you are going to need to study in the UK.
How much does it cost to study in the UK?
Fees for UK courses vary depending on your study level and where in the UK you are studying.
Fees for UK courses vary depending on your study level and where in the UK you are studying. For example, humanities and social sciences degrees tend to cost the least, while laboratory and clinical degree programmes tend to cost the most.
International undergraduate tuition fees vary from £11,400 – £38,000. The average cost is estimated to be around £22,200 per year.
Typically, undergraduate degree courses in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland last for three years or four in Scotland.
International postgraduate tuition fees vary from £9,000 – £30,000. The average cost is estimated to be around £17,109 per year.
Many postgraduate degree courses in the UK can be completed in one year of full-time study. This has financial and career benefits. A one-year master’s programme usually has fewer and lower associated costs. It offers the option of faster entry or re-entry into employment than a traditional two-year master’s programme.
As tuition fees vary by course and institution, we recommend you consult the website of the university or college you are applying for detailed information.