Study in UK

Why Study In UK ?

What comes to your mind when someone mentions the UK? Scones, Tea, London Bridge, and the Queen are probably some of them. Well, you can add excellent education and good quality of life on the list, too!

Home to the oldest university in the world, the University of Cambridge, the UK has produced some of history's best and brightest including William Shakespeare, Sir Winston Churchill, Charles Darwin, even The Beatles! No wonder, it’s a choice for approximately 470,000 international students to continue their higher education.

To study in the UK is an opportunity to gain a world-class education, from high-ranking universities all over the country. The facilities, the resources, and a chance to be taught by the industry best are just some reasons to go. Those who study in the UK also have the opportunity to be taught by some of the world's leading academics and experts whose papers and books are cited in researches and studies.

Aside from being able to walk the same halls as the men and women of history, studying in the UK is also a chance to develop your English language skills. However, while English is the official language of the UK, a variety of other dialects, with different accents are spoken in the country, too. Immigrants have been welcomed in the UK for decades, so it’s a good chance to meet new friends and learn another language, or two!

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Tuition Fees

Even equipped with scholarships, it can be a burden for many to study in the UK, with tuition fees already high and gradually increasing even higher every few years. However, since the UK consists of world-class universities, for those who seek such an education, the country is an ideal destination.

Study Level Tuition Fee, Per Year, in CAD Tuition Fee, Per Year, in USD
Foundation / Pre-U Between8,000 - 23,000 2,000 - 5,750
Diploma Between 6,000 - 30,000 1,500 - 7,500
Bachelor's degree Between 9,000 - 40,000 2,250 - 10,000
Master's degree Between 13,000 - 40,000 3,250 - 10,000


Accommodation costs depend on the location of the UK university and the type of residence. Living expenses are usually higher in and around London in comparison to other parts of the UK. Hence, the actual cost of living for Indian students in UK varies according to their university’s location.

Different types of accommodation include:

  • Hall of residence: These are owned and managed by universities and typically include private rooms with shared kitchen and lounge areas catering 4-8 students. Utility bills such as internet, electricity, water, gas, etc. are often included in costs.
  • Off-campus private: This type of hall of residence also offer shared kitchen and lounge apartments for university students in the UK but are more expensive with modern facilities compared to on-campus accommodation. Rents include utility bills and some living expenses like security and maintenance.
  • Private renting: This is popular among students seeking independence or wanting to stay with friends or family. However, such accommodation is more expensive and does not include any utility bills in rent.

The average accommodation costs for students in the UK range between £180 to £360 per month depending on the type of residence and facilities offered. You can book a suitable residence in the UK with our Accommodation service and make your stay in the UK a pleasant one.

Living Expenses

Your lifestyle, choice of accommodation and spending habits will impact your living expenses in the UK. Transportation and travelling, food expenses, electricity, water, gas, wifi and other utility bills, books and library fees, groceries, laundry services, security, insurance, maintenance costs and leisure and entertainment expenses together constitute the living costs in the UK.

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Durham University

University of Edinburgh

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Imperial College London

King’s College London

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University of Liverpool

London School of Economics and Political Science

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Newcastle University

University of Nottingham

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Queen Mary, University of London

Queen’s University Belfast

University of Sheffield

University of Southampton

University College London

University of Warwick

University of York