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2021-08-24 15:46:52

FAQ: How much does it cost to study at a university in London?

FAQ: How much does it cost to study at a university in London?

The universities of London are very prestigious, but studying in them is not cheap. These are some of the most elite universities in Britain and the world, so they set the prices for studying accordingly. It is worth remembering that foreign students cannot count on discounts for British citizens or EU residents in London and pay the full amount (in prices it is usually designated International Students).


Undergraduate (3-4 years) starts from £5,000 per trimester, or £15,000/year. A few examples of bachelor's degrees in the capital's universities:

In total, for the entire undergraduate course, the student will need to pay £46,530-£99,000.

Master's degree can be a little more affordable, plus it usually lasts no more than 1-2 years. A couple of examples of the cost of master's programs in London:

But if a London university offers doctoral studies, then its cost is high even for the British themselves:

As, however, and the prices for the MBA program:

If you enter the preparatory programs, you can focus on the following prices:

  • International Foundation = from 18 000/year
  • Academic English courses = from 2500/trimester
  • Pre-Masters = from 11 200/2 trimesters
  • International Year One = from 19 000/year
  • University Pathway = from 19,000/year.

Remember that in addition to studying, you are waiting for other additional expenses - life in London is not cheap at all, so it is worth laying in the budget enough funds for:

  • Rental housing (few universities in London offer residences), payment of utility bills
  • Transport
  • Food, clothes, household trifles
  • Stationery, textbooks and books
  • Connections (local sim-card, Internet).
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Egor Eremeev
Current material has been prepared by Egor Eremeev
Education: Westminster University (Business & Management), London.
Egor studied and lived in the UK for 8 years and graduated from the university of Westminster. He is currently the co-founder and the director of business development at Smapse Education and personally visits foreign schools and universities, interviews students studying in those institutions.
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