Cambridge is a world-famous university in England, which graduated from such famous personalities as Vladimir Nabokov, Prince Charles, Darwin and others. Cambridge educational programs are famous for their diversity and uniqueness. A large number of students every year come to the UK, seeking to enter Cambridge.
Studying in Cambridge is quite expensive. To be sure, you need to have from £ 10,000 on your account, and after the coronavirus pandemic, tuition prices have become even higher. Mandatory spending in 2020-2021 should also include the passing of tests for coronavirus. Each country as a prerequisite for admission requires the applicant to take a timely permanent test for COVID-19 in order to prevent new infections. On average in Europe, one coronavirus test will cost 50-60 €.
In addition to paying the cost of the university course, you must pay for compulsory college membership = £2500 per year.
Examples of programs:
- History, architecture – £15,000
- Law, Chemistry and Biotechnology – 18 000€
- Clinical Sciences – £22,000.
All courses and programs of preparation for the University of Cambridge have undergone an increase in price, now the following data are relevant:
- GCSE – approx. £6000/term
- A-Level – also about £6000/term
- Bachelor's degree – from 4000£/trimester
- Preparation for Master's degree – £10,000/semester
- Master's degree – 13 000£/year
- MBA – £13,000/year
- General English course – from 200£/week
- participation in the summer program – from 700£/week
- CAE preparation – £340/week
- preparation for IELTS – 260£/week.
In addition, the student will have to spend money on:
- Food - from 150 £ / month.
- Accommodation – approximately £11,000/year
- Transport – 50£/month
- Cellular communication and Internet
- Consumables for study
- Airline tickets, paperwork and paid exams.