We have brought together some basic information on the living costs and course fees you can expect to encounter.

Living on a budget can be tough, but with some forward planning and a sensible approach to spending you can have a fantastic experience studying in the UK. The list below will give you a guideline to how much to budget for the month:

Halls fee/rent £250 - £390
Food/Housekeeping £100 - £140
Travel/Transport £30 - £80
Leisure/sport/socialising £100 - £160
Clothes/shoes £50
Books/Stationary £40
Mobile Phone £20
Total £590 - £880

Fees & Costs for international students

By international students we mean those from outside the UK or European Union (EU). EU students are charged at the same rate as British students.

Course Tutition Fees Living Costs
(9 months)
Total Costs/Academic Year
Undergraduate Science £8,500 - £12,000 £5,310 - £7,920 £8,500 - £12,000
Undergraduate Medicine £15,660 £5,310 - £7,920 £8,500 - £12,000
Postgraduate Science £8,200 £5,310 - £7,920 £8,500 - £12,000
Postgraduate Medicine £15,450 £5,310 - £7,920 £8,500 - £12,000

For all the cost data above, Fees given are averages and in Pound Sterling; Living cost are one academic year which is 9 months.


SUUK Bursery:
We set up SUUK bursery for a few UK universities, if you applied universities through us and have paid your tution fees, you will recive the SUUK bursery after your enrollment. For further information regarding bursary entitlement contact enquiry@suuk.org.

International Student Scholarships
International Student Scholarships In The UK: click here .

Chinese Student Scholarships
Chinese Student Scholarships In The UK: click here .

Hong Kong Student scholarships
Hong Kong Student Scholarships In The UK: click here .

Chevening scholarships
Chevening scholarships in the UK: click here .

British Council scholarships
British Council scholarships in the UK: click here .

Research Council Funding scholarships
Research Council Funding scholarships in the UK: click here .