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A short summary to education and cost of living in the UK

Posted on March 10, 2016
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UK Education

Going online and navigating the UK student funding and scholarship options can be mind boggling at times, but trying to figure out which program and which options suits your needs can be a task by itself.

Student finances in the UK have endured quite a few changes subsequent to 2012, and in the midst of the changes are issues of rising educational fee, stopping the post-study visa scheme and application conditions were overlooked. However, the UK is arguably the best in the world . and it is important to understand exactly what these changes mean.

Tuition Fee:

Educational costs for overseas students in the UK might change conditional upon various components. Things like the area of your chosen university might impact the expense. For example, a university in London is prone to cost more than any other city because of the fact that it is a world class city, making it one of the costliest places to live.

Study Programs:

Graduate programs: Program fee for student immigrants in the UK tend to fall around the £15,000 mark. However, specific courses will normally cost more.

Postgraduate programs: In spite of being shorter in duration than the graduate programs, postgraduate degrees for the most part cost more. In some cases, costing as much as £18,000 a year, yet this is on the grounds that the courses are more specific and classes are much smaller, which means that the program is more balanced in terms of professors to student ratio.

Cost of living expenses:

Likewise, you will need to calculate the general expenses of living. You should consider costs like: accommodation, electricity and water bills, travel, food, study materials, amusement, phone, internet,  clothing and other incidental costs. Overseas students will require around £620-£850 every month to take care of general living expenses.

Part time work:

As an overseas student, you are permitted to work 20 hours every week legally, along with your education, so you can simply take up part time work to overcome your week by week costs easily.

Scholarships:

International students in the UK can apply for scholarships, grants, bursaries and student loans. With around 5,00,000 students studying in the UK every year, you can imagine that each of these options are much sought after. So to boost your chances of getting some type of financial backing, present your application ahead of schedule.

So, if you are an aspiring student immigrant to the UK, please fill our enquiry form so that one of our consultants will reach you to entertain your queries.

For more news and updates, assistance with your visa needs or for a Free Assessment of your profile for Immigration or Work Visa’s just visit www.y-axis.com

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