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Most Affordable UK Universities 2023

Posted on January 24, 2023
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Most Affordable UK Universities 2023

Tuition fees vary in the UK from one University to another based on the study program and other factors such as location.

The courses that cost the highest are engineering, medicine, and IT. In this article, we list UK universities that charge reasonably for bachelor’s, master’s, and management programs.

Coventry University

Coventry University is ranked highly in the country. It offers courses in niche disciplines, like disaster management, ethical hacking, and forensic chemistry, among others. A career-oriented university, it has tie-ups with companies based in the United Kingdom.

The details of fees offered by the University are as follows.

  • Charges for bachelor’s programs range from £16,850 to £19,900.
  • Charges for master’s programs range from £11,350 to £18,300.
  • Charges for MBA programs are £18,500

Leeds Trinity University

Founded in 1966, Leeds Trinity University was accorded the status of a full university only in 2012. The University focuses on pedagogy and religion. It has begun offering degrees in media studies and journalism. 95% of these University students get job offers or take up higher six months after they graduate.

  • Charges for bachelor’s programs are £12,000
  • Charges for master’s programs range from £16,900 to £19,910.
  • Charges for MBA programs are £12,500.

London Metropolitan University

London Metropolitan University is a multicultural university located in UK’s capital city. Its three campuses in Aldgate, Holloway, and Moorgate have four faculties. They are the Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design, the Faculty of Business and Law, the Faculty of Life Sciences and Computing, and the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities.

  • Charges for bachelor’s programs are £15,570
  • Charges for master’s programs are £11,700
  • Charges for MBA programs are £9,300

Staffordshire University

Founded in 1992, Staffordshire University has two campuses – one in Stoke-on-Trent and the other in Stafford. The University offers a wide range of ‘fast track’ degrees, in two years, in subjects like business, computer science, and law.

  • Charges for bachelor’s programs are £16,800
  • Charges for master’s programs are £15,100
  • Charges for MBA programs are £16,800.

Teesside University

In 1992, Middlesbrough-based Teesside University was accorded the status of a full university. It won numerous awards for its quality in academics.

  • Charges for bachelor’s programs are £15,000
  • Charges for master’s programs are £15,000
  • Charges for MBA programs are £14,350

University of Bolton

Founded in 1824, the University of Bolton became a university only in 2005.

  • Charges for bachelor’s programs are £13,000
  • Charges for master’s programs are £13,000
  • Charges for MBA programs are £14,500

University of Buckingham

The University of Buckingham, one of the few recognized independent universities in the United Kingdom, accepts 2,000 students every year, many of whom are foreign nationals. It is popular with students for the programs it offers in business, English, and law.

  • Charges for bachelor’s programs are  £13,700
  • Charges for master’s programs range from £15,400 to £34,000
  • Charges for MBA programs are £19,250

University of Cumbria

Founded in 2007, the University of Cumbria has three campuses in Ambleside, Carlisle, and Lancaster. The University has a tie-up with the native creative arts community to encourage programs in art, design, and media for its students.

  • Charges for bachelor’s programs are £13,600
  • Charges for master’s programs range from £13,600-16,500
  • Charges for MBA programs are £15,400

Wrexham Glyndwr University

Housed in state-of-the-art facilities, Wrexham Glyndwr University is a desired destination for many to study. It also has extracurricular activities to allow students to have a holistic experience.

  • Charges for bachelor’s programs are £11,800
  • Charges for master’s programs are £12,500
  • Charges for MBA programs are £13,000

York St John University

York St John University happened after the merger of two teacher training colleges in 2006. It was accorded the status of the University in 2006.

  • Charges for bachelor’s programs are £13,000
  • Charges for master’s programs are £13,000
  • Charges for MBA programs are £10,800

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