Living Conditions and Cost of Living
The cost of living in the United Kingdom can differ significantly depending on location. With the United Kingdom's exit from the European Union in 2020, EU and non-EU students studying in the United Kingdom can anticipate paying foreign student fees. The U.K. way of life offers numerous opportunities to experience live theater, museums, art galleries, and historic towns and structures. The majority of the United Kingdom is accessible by train and/or transport, and there are numerous bed and breakfasts and hostels for budget travelers.
Currently, UK and EU students at English institutions must pay up to £9,250 ($13,050) annually.
International undergraduate tuition fees differ significantly, ranging from approximately £10,000 ($14,130) to £38,000 ($53,700) or higher for medical degrees.
The total average annual cost of studying in the United Kingdom is estimated to be at least £22,200 ($31,380), with studying in London likely to be substantially more expensive.