The Most Affordable Cities for Students in UK

The Most Affordable Cities for Students in UK

So you’ve decided that you would like to study in the United Kingdom, but you’re not sure if you can afford London. You will be happy to know that there are many affordable areas in the UK for international students.  In fact, the Global Student Accommodation Indicator was specifically launched to help students find affordable alternatives to popular study destinations in the UK. Not surprisingly, London was listed as one of the most expensive cities for students to live in the world.  However, London aside, the report revealed 19 cities in the UK where students can live and study quite comfortably on a tight budget. 

The complete list of the most affordable cities to study in the UK are as follows:


Hull

University of Hull

Tuition fees  for international students are $16,935 per year for arts programs and $20,242 for science courses.

Housing costs: averages $110 a week


Dundee

University of Dundee

Tuition fees for international students are between $24,410 to $26,395 depending on program.

Abertay University

Tuition fees for international students are between $16,538 to $18,853 per year depending on program.

Housing Costs: average $122 per week


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Sunderland

University of Sunderland

Tuition fees for international students are $14,222 per year.

Housing Costs: average $123 per week


Wolverhampton

University of Wolverhampton

Tuition fees for international students are $15,182 for undergraduate programs and between $16,465 and $16,829 for postgraduate study per year.

Housing Costs: averages $128 per week


Bradford

University of Bradford

Tuition fees for international students are between $18,853 to $23,233 for undergraduate programs and between $19,713 to $23,285 for postgraduate programs per year.  MBA tuition is $36,384 per year.

Housing Costs: averages $130 per week


Lancaster

Lancaster University Management School

Tuition fees for international students range between $23,153 to $27,784 per year. MBA tuition is $38,368 per year.

University of Cumbria

Tuition for international students are $13,892 for Undergraduate programs and Postgraduate programs between $13,892 to $19,184 per year.

Housing Costs: averages $132 a week


Preston

University of Central Lancashire

Tuition fees for international students are $16,472 to $18,456 for Undergraduate programs and between $17,133 to $19,779 for Postgraduate programs per year.

Housing Costs: average $133 per week


Middlesbrough

Teesside University

Tuition fees for international students are $14222 for Undergraduate programs and $14,487 for Postgraduate programs per year.  The tuition fees for a two year Master’s program is  $18,522 total. MBA program tuition fees range between $17,199 to $22,492 per year depending on the program.

Housing Costs: $133 per week


Loughborough

Loughborough University

Tuition fees for international students range between $21,698 to $27,122 for Undergraduate programs and between $22,624 to $27,784 for Postgraduate programs per year.  Tuition fees for the MBA program are $35,722 per year.

Housing Costs: average $136 per week


Lincoln

Lincoln University

Tuition fees for international students range from $18,258 to $20,639 for Undergraduate programs and $16,670 to $18,258 for Postgraduate programs per year. Tuition fees for the full-time MBA programs are $19,052 per year.

Housing Costs: average $149 per week


Canterbury

University of Kent

Tuition fees for international students range from $18,271 to $21,804 for both Undergraduate and Postgraduate programs per year.

Housing Costs: average $163 per week


Sheffield

University of Sheffield

Tuition fees for international students range from $21,169 to $27,083 for both Undergraduate and Postgraduate programs per year.


Huddersfield

University of Huddersfield

Tuition fees for international students range from $18,522 to $19,845 for both Undergraduate and Postgraduate programs per year. Tuition for the MBA program is $19,713 per year.

Housing Costs: average $169 per week


Nottingham

University of Nottingham

Tuition fees for international students range from $20,772 to $27,387 for Undergraduate and between $21,016 to $26,792 for Postgraduate programs per year. Tuition for the MBA program is $33,043 per year.

Nottingham Trent University

Tuition fees for international students range from $17,795 for Undergraduate and between  $17, 530 to $20,772 for Postgraduate programs per year. Tuition for the MBA program is $21,830 per year.

Housing Costs: averages $171 per week


Chester

University of Chester

Tuition fees for international students range from $15,810 for Undergraduate and between  $15,876 for Postgraduate programs per year. Tuition for the MBA program is $17,001 per year.

Housing Costs: averages $178 per week


Leeds

University of Leeds

Tuition fees for international students range from $24,476 to $28,445 for Undergraduate and between  $23,815 to $24,476 for Postgraduate programs per year. Tuition for the MBA program is $37,045 per year.

Leeds Beckett University

Tuition fees for international students range from $13,892 for Undergraduate and between  $13,892 to $16,538 for Postgraduate programs per year.

Leeds Trinity University

Tuition fees for international students range from $14,884 for Undergraduate and Postgraduate programs per year.

Housing Costs: averages $178 per week


St. Andrews

University of St. Andrews

Tuition fees for international students range from $28,168 for Undergraduate and between $23,285 to $27,757 Postgraduate programs per year.

Housing Costs: averages $178 per week


Durham

Durham University

Tuition fees for international students range between $24,307 to $30,683 for Undergraduate and between $21,916 to $27,761 Postgraduate programs per year.

Housing Costs: averages $180 per week


International students have found that focusing on universities with low tuition and low housing costs helps maximize your chance of visa approval.


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