Studying in the UK is good value for money. UK graduates are amongst the most employable in the world. This means study investment is likely to result in a successful career.
Still, investing a considerable sum in getting education can be a difficult decision. Our fees and finance pages explain everything from paying fees, living cost and financial support through to the scholarships, grants and allowances being offered while studying in the UK. It provides necessary details on the type of budget students need to study in the UK.
How much you pay for tuition fees or how much funding you can receive depends on whether you are assessed as a home, EU or overseas student.
If you are a UK or EU national or settled in the UK, then you would normally expect to be classified as a ‘home’ student to pay Home fees and may qualify for different levels of support than non-Home students.
If you are not a UK or EU national, and do not have settled status in the UK, then international or overseas fee rate applied as student does not meet criteria for a home rate of fee.
If you are wondering how much it will cost you to study in the UK and how to apply for student finance, this section has all the relevant information. Fees and funding can vary between academic institutions and courses. If you are an international student, a different scale of fees is chargeable.
Our goal is to support you on your learning journey and provide advice on courses, fees, finance and admissions.