Fees vary significantly across the country and between universities. As a general guide, you will find that Statute universities post lower fees than Charter universities.
Fees fall into three broad categories:
- Classroom-based subjects
- Laboratory-based subjects
- Medicine & Dentistry
There can be significant differences in actual costs within these categories. Fees are also higher for some universities located in and around London compared to those which are based outside of the city area. For the universities of Cambridge and Oxford, there are additional college fees.
Annual Tuition Fee Ranges at UK Universities 2017
The Middle 50%
50% of universities charge annual tuition fees ranging between those shown in the 2nd & 4th columns.
Cost of Living
On top of tuition fees, you need to factor in the cost of living, which again varies significantly from one region of the UK to the next. Typically, the further north and west that you travel from London, the cheaper the cost of living becomes.
Living costs include accommodation, food, general social expenses, books and additional academic costs, and basic travelling costs (not including international flights). Please note that living costs will vary according to location, lifestyle, and unexpected incidences.
|ACCOMMODATION||£ PER WEEK|
|Catered Single Room||117 – 246|
|Self-Catered Single Room||85 – 306|
|Food for Self-Catering Students||70|
|Laundry, Toiletries, Postage, Telephone||50|
|Local Travel (within city)||27|
|OTHER COSTS||£ PER TERM|
|Books & Equipment||300|
|TOTAL LIVING EXPENSES (UKVI MINIMUM REQUIREMENT)||£ PER ACADEMIC YEAR|
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