What is the total fees and living expense for the universities in uk?

Asked by Gargi Vohrra over 1 year ago

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XAVIAR X

XAVIAR X

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The total cost totally depends upon which university you have taken your admission to, and also if you have received any kind of scholarship or not. The average tuition fee without a scholarship might come to 15–22 lakhs and living expenses are very subjective, it totally depends on your lifestyle it would be 10-12 lakhs or even more, depending on your expenses. 

The fees have to be paid in full at the beginning of the academic year, each year. 

International students are not eligible for Student Loan assistance, you are normally allowed by the terms of your student visas to do part-time work during term time.

  • part-time work is slightly restricted, for example, you can’t be self-employed/contractor,
  • engage in business activity/start your own business, take a permanent full-time job, be employed as a professional sportsperson, be employed as an entertainer (DJ, musician, etc)

So you are pretty much limited to finding a permanent part-time role, which allows you to pick up overtime during your holiday weeks. This generally means that most international students who work tend to do lower-skilled hourly wage jobs rather than higher-skilled salaried jobs and because of that you will not be able to cover your living expenses through it.

If you need assistance with some more questions, you can always let me know.


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Darak Sarita

Darak Sarita

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Tuition fees for UK universities range from £10,000 to £30,000 per year for undergraduates and £12,000 to £45,000 for postgraduates. Living expenses average £800 to £1,200 per month, covering accommodation, food, transport, and personal expenses. Look into scholarships, part-time work, and budgeting to manage costs effectively. 


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