Study in the UK

  • ‘The quality of teaching in the UK is something I’ve never had before in my life - it’s been worth every penny. My studies in the UK have very good career potential.’

    Momoh, MA Social Work student, University of Bradford
Three students walking in a University of St Andrews campus

Life and learning in the UK Great futures happen when you study in the UK

  • World-ranked universities
  • Innovative teaching
  • Unforgettable student experience
  • Post-study work opportunities
Why study in the UK?

Student stories, tips and advice from our social channels

Budgeting tips

Ayra, Bournemouth University

Want to make your money go further while studying? Ayra shares some top money saving tips for students in the UK.

Costs and budgeting


Rawan, LLM International Human Rights Law, University of Essex

Thinking about studying law but need help with funding? Meet Rawan, who received a GREAT scholarship to study human rights law in the UK.

Scholarships and funding

Study more efficiently

Our top tips

Learn how to get the most out of your studies and reduce exam stress with our top tips. Don't forget there's plenty of support available at your university.

Support and guidance

Studying art and design

Jiabin, MA Children's Book Illustration, Anglia Ruskin University

‘We are encouraged to experiment and innovate'. Watch Jiabin as she shows you around Anglia Ruskin University's Cambridge School of Art.

Study art and design

Plan your studies

The UK offers a huge variety of study options. But where do you start? We are here to help with practical information, from choosing your university to applying.

Scholarships and funding

Would you like to turn your dream of studying in the UK into a reality? There are many funding and scholarship options available for international students.

Moving to the UK

Need information and advice about moving to the UK once you have accepted your offer? Here you will find advice on visas, accommodations and life in the UK.

Two students walking and talking in Manchester

Planning your budgetHow much does it cost to study in the UK?

Studying in the UK is a valuable investment in your future. But how much will it all cost? Here are some highlights to help you plan:

  • Tuition fees: typically between £11,400 and £30,000 annually
  • Living costs: between £900 and £1,400 a month
  • Weekly shop: £35 on average per person

There are also a lot of discounts and funding options available to students. Take a look at our costs page to plan your budget.

More about the cost of studying in the UK

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