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How much does it cost to study in the UK?

Tuition fees can vary quite a bit, even for similar courses – check how much they'll be when you search for courses using our search bar.

The list below shows the current maximum tuition fees, based on the student’s home region and location of university or college:

  • Students from England will have to pay a maximum of 9,250 GBP if they're studying in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
  • Students from Scotland would have to pay a maximum of 9,250 GBP if they're studying in England, No tuition fee if they're studying in Scotland and maximum 9,250 GBP if they're choosing to study in Wales or Northern Ireland.
  • Students from Wales would have to pay a maximum of 9,250 GBP if they're studying in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
  • Students from Northern Ireland would have to pay a maximum of 9,250 GBP if they're studying in England, Scotland, Wales and up to 3,757 if they're studying in Northern Ireland.
  • Students from EU would have to pay a maximum of 9,250 GBP if they're studying in England, No tuition fee if they're studying in Scotland and maximum 9,250 GBP if they're choosing to study in Wales or Northern Ireland.
  • Other International Students (non-EU) would have to pay a variable fee, depending on the programme they wish to study.

Are you worried about not being able to pay the tuition fees? No need to worry. If you are an EU student, you are eligible for 100% tuition fee funding from the British government, and you won't have to pay the money back until you can afford it. Even then, the sums you'll need to pay monthly will be very affordable. Do you want to know more about that?

Check here to read about what type of financial support you can get or talk with a student adviser.

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