Tuition Fee​

Studying in the UK can be an expensive undertaking. By being aware of all the tuition and living expenses, and budgeting accurately, students can ensure they will have the financial means to complete their education. The cost of studying in the UK varies by institution, the level of study, and the type of course. Science and engineering degree courses are generally more expensive than humanities, social sciences and other art courses. International undergraduate tuition fees can range from £10000 (US$ 14,130) and to £38,000 (US$53,700) or more for medical degrees.

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You can get CAS Letter by paying minimum tuition fee in UK.

Study Program

Average Tuition Costs ( in British Pound)

Language Programs

£70 – £100 per week for standard full-time course

£1,000 for intensive short (few weeks) courses

Bachelor Degree

£12,000 – £25,000 per year*

Classroom-based Master’s Degree


Laboratory- based Master’s Degree


Clinical Master’s Programs




Doctoral Degree

£13,000 to £29,000 per year

*Does not include professional designation courses such as veterinary and medical science.

Tution Fee Faqs:

The per annum Tuition fee in the UK universities is 11000- 14000 plus living expenses.

Average yearly tuition fee of laboratory-based program is 16000.

No, the universities in UK do not charge admission application fee.

The tuition fee of most language programs is 70 – 110 per week for standard full time course.

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