List of low tuition universities in the UK, tuition fees, cost of living, visa, how to apply and admission requirements are what you will find in this article. UK is an excellent study abroad destination located in Europe and many international students desire to spend their study years there.
Tuition fees in UK for an average undergraduate UK course per year:
|Foundation courses||£4,000 to £14,000|
|Arts courses||£7,000 to £10,000|
|Science courses||£7,500 to £25,000|
|Clinical courses||£10,000 to £30,000|
For postgraduate (Masters/MSc):
|Arts and humanities courses||£7,000 to £15,000|
|Science courses||£7,500 to £35,000|
|Clinical courses||£10,000 to £40,000|
|MBA||£4,000 to more than £50,000|
Note that these fees do not include fees for practical.
Cost of living in UK is amazingly low and affordable for international students who wish to study abroad in UK. It is estimated at £800 to £1200 per month. This amount certainly covers the accommodation cost, books and stationery, travels, food, and so on. The only factor that can alter this expense rate is the student’s way of managing his/her resources.
For undergraduate courses, a student usually needs to have achieved further education qualifications (such as A-levels, International Baccalaureate, Scottish Higher, or equivalent qualifications from your country) in related subjects.
For Admission to Master’s Degree a UK Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate subject, awarded with first or 2nd-class Honors, or a qualification of an equivalent standard from a university or educational institution in your country is required. Where the US/Canadian marking scheme is used, a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 is required
If English isn’t your first language, the university or college may ask you to take an English language test or show your English language qualifications before you can enroll. This may also be necessary for your visa application.
You may be required to show a result from any of these English tests.
- International English Language Testing Service (IELTS) with score 6 or above depending on the course and institution
- Grade C in Cambridge Proficiency of English or Cambridge Advanced English; Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) with score 550 or above.
- NEAB University Entrance Test in English for speakers of other languages at Grade 3.
If you want to study in the UK as an international student, you will need a Tier 4 (General) student visa. For your visa application to be valid, you must satisfy these requirements;
- You must have been offered admission to study a course
- You must have enough money to support yourself and pay for your course
- You must hail from a country that’s not in the European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland
Note this also: You can apply for a visa up to 3 months before the start of your course. And you should get a decision on your visa within 3 weeks.
See more details at the VISA category of this blog.
How to apply
The universities in the UK accept online application. For undergraduate study, you will need to apply through UCAS. Also visit your university of choice’s webpage.
List of low tuition Universities in the UK with Fees/year
|Name of School||Undergraduate||Postgraduate|
|University of Bedfordshire||£9,600||£9,600|
|Edinburgh Napier University||£10,080||£10,760|
|Queen Margaret University||£10,170||£10,170|
|Robert Gordon University||9,900||£10,000|
|Royal Agricultural University||£9,000||–|
|Cardiff Metropolitan University||£9,700||£10,000|
|Southampton Solent University||£9,785||£10,300|
|Leeds Trinity University||£9,300||£8,500|
|Leeds Metropolitan University||£9,500||£10,100|
|Canterbury Christ Church University||£9,710||£10,510|
|The University of West London||£9,350||£9,950|