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The course fee for international students varies from institute to institute and depends on which programme you opt for while studying in the UK. It also depends on how long your programme of study is. We managed to gather information related to the average cost of education for each course available in the UK. Please note that these costs are only reflective of what the institutions might be charging. To obtain accurate level of fees, you are suggested to contact the particular institution directly.
Course Fee for Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programs
A big benefit for students applying for UK education is that regardless of the course they choose to study, obtaining British education is worth every penny. Following are estimated figures of the expected fees charged at UK universities. Actual fees may however differ considerably from institution to institution.
Average Undergraduate Course Fees (Annual Figures):
1. Foundation courses: £7,000 to £12,000 2. Arts courses: £8,000 to £13,000 3. Science courses: £8,500 to £14,000 4. Clinical courses: £10,000 to £16,000
Average Postgraduate Course Fees (Annual Figures):
1. Arts and humanities courses: £8,000 to £12,000 2. Science courses: £8,500 to £25,000 3. Clinical courses: £10,000 to £24,000 4. MBA: £9,000 to over £18,000
Additional Benefits To UK Education:
The course fee that you submit does not only cover your formal education, i.e. lectures, practical sessions and seminars but it gives you access to certain facilities and opportunities, including:
1. University libraries and data archives 2. Extensive-level research resources 3. State-of-the art computer labs 4. Science and practical laboratories 5. Workshops equipped with state-of-the-art equipment 6. Excellent sports facilities 7. Personal tutors along with experienced, professional support services 8. Opportunity to work with & learn from leading thinkers, practitioners, academics and researchers 9. Availability of music rooms, film & drama studios, animation suites and other creative facilitiesAs part of the cultural experience in UK, international students along with British citizens form a modern, diverse learning environment from which both demographic populations can benefit.
Fees for English Language Courses
The fees for an authorized English Language course differ notably for institutions. The main factors for this are:
1.The type of English Language course you choose to study 2.The English Language School you select to study atFor a week’s tuition, the course fee can be anything between Â£200-1000. The fee charges depend on the place/city you study in, the level of benefits the English Language course has to offer and the nature of the language course itself – whether it is Standard English or a more specialized version of English. Information on fee for English Language courses can be found in our course search.
An additional option for prospective students is of low-cost institutions. These are non-accredited English language schools that offer English Language courses at very low prices. It should be noted that students make real academic progress only when they gain skills from a high-quality accredited course. The British Council website only shows information and details of accredited English language courses.
Private School Fees for international students
The fee for independent (private) schools in the UK covers your tuition, accommodation and extra-curricular activities. Offerings related to education may vary for different schools, so remember to check for the exact details on benefits your school of interest provides, as you may be asked to pay extra for English Language courses.
Fees are not the same for all institutions and are usually at the discretion of the institution. Expected rates for tuition fees are from a minimum of Â£8,000 (per year) to a maximum of Â£28,000 (per year). You may also contact us through telephone or email to obtain details on fees of independent schools.
Career-based Course Fees
Besides the mainstream university education, in the UK you can also take career-based and pre-university courses that help you develop extra skills and build your prospective career. The fee for these courses also varies considerably. Here is a list of educational programmes along with the average course fee (per year):
1. Advanced Subsidiary-level and Advanced-level: Â£4,000 to Â£17,000 2. BTECs and Other Vocational: Â£4,000 to Â£6,000 3. HNC/HNDs: Â£5,000 to Â£10,000 4. Foundation Degrees: Â£7,000 to Â£12,000 5. International Foundation courses: Â£4,000 to Â£17,000You may contact us to obtain details on fees for almost all career-based and pre-university courses that are available in the UK.