Prices for studying at Cambridge, one of the most prestigious universities in the world, for foreign students vary depending on the chosen course.
As an international student 1 in Cambridge, you need to consider three types of payments:
- Tuition Fees
- College Fees
- Living expenses.
Visa applications require applicants to prove in advance that they can pay all costs. Colleges require financial guarantees – the university is of the opinion that students should not take up paid work during their studies, as it is important that you have an appropriate work-life balance.
Tuition fees in Cambridge
Tuition fees for international students by groups of disciplines.
Group 1 – £22,227/g.
- Anglo-Saxon, Norwegian and Celtic
- Asian, Middle Eastern Studies
- History, modern languages
- History, politics
- Humanities, social sciences, political sciences
- Land management
- Modern, medieval languages
- Theology, religion, philosophy of religion.
Group 2 – 24 789£/g.
Group 3 – 29 082£/g.
Group 4 – £33,825/g.
- Chemical Engineering
- Management studies
- Manufacturing engineering
- Natural sciences
- Psychological, behavioral sciences.
Group 5 – 58 038£/g.
- Medical and veterinary sciences (including for this purpose the second MB exam and the second veterinary exam)
College Fees in Cambridge
International students must pay for college services in addition to university tuition fees. All Cambridge students belong to one of 31 colleges, the college fee covers the cost of providing a number of educational, household and support services.
Annual college fees vary by college and in many cases are fixed. The cost of studying at the college - from 9600 £ / year.
Accommodation costs for Cambridge international students are estimated at around £11,230/year.