- 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.
You’ll need to develop a head for figures if you’re thinking of studying in London. Costs to consider include accommodation and living costs, and visa and tuition fees. Here’s our quick guide to breaking down what you need to know.