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    Cost of living

  • Living costs in the UK are relatively high due to expensive cities, with students requiring £600 to £1,000 per month for a decent standard of living, varying by city.
  • Students are allowed part-time work during the academic year, with a limit of 20 hours per week, providing additional financial support.
  • The UK has a well-connected transportation system, including buses and trains, with London boasting an extensive underground network and major cities featuring large tram systems.
  • Students can benefit from discounted fares by obtaining a student rail or bus card, and cycling in the city is an affordable and healthy option, with bicycle rentals available for a small docking charge.
  • Tution Cost

  • Tuition fees will vary as per universities and courses:
  • Undergraduate Tuition fee varies from £12,000 – £25,000
  • Graduate Tuition fee ranges from £12,000 – £35,000*
  • MBA Tuition fee is expensive than other Master’s programs and tuition fee ranges from £15,000 – £30,000*
  • Tuition at few top ranked universities is Comparatively Higher
  • Most UK Universities typically offer scholarships from £1,000 – £5,000 based on student’s academic scores and prior work experience.
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