- Students from outside the EU will need to pay “overseas” Tuition fees which are £11,000 on average, although it is possible to find universities that charge as little as £8,000. It all depends on the university, your course and the level of study (postgraduate or undergraduate).
- In addition to your tuition fees, the UK Border Agency (UKBA) requires you to have a budget of at least £1,000 per month to study in London. This is the minimum you need to get a visa to study in London.
- Average student rents are around £150 a week, but you can find cheaper. Check out the average house rent costs in the city on the London rents map website.
- On top of your rent, you will need around £100 per week for living costs, but this amount depends on how much you like to socialise.
- Calculate your costs using the student budget calculator.
- London universities have thousands of scholarships for overseas students, which can pay your tuition fees and living costs. Find a London University Scholarship.