University is undoubtedly expensive, If you are an international student studying in the UK it can be great value for money. UK degrees are generally shorter and more intensive that courses in the US and Australia. here is a list of the cheapest universities for international students in the UK according to studying in the UK.
Every year the Complete University Guide carries out the Reddin Survey of University Tuition Fees. The Reddin Survey is the only comprehensive survey of university tuition fees across the United Kingdom and as such can prove a useful resource for prospective students around the world.
10. University of Wales Trinity Saint David – £11,500 per year
The University of Wales Trinity Saint David is a multi-campus university with three main campuses in south west wales, Swansea and London. They also have learning centres in Cardiff and Birmingham. They offer special support for international students, provided by student services.The university offers a range of courses, both single and joint honours, ranging from accountancy courses to theatre design and production.
8. Plymouth Marjon University – £11,000 per year
Marjon University state that they are big fans of campus diversity and they are proud to have welcomed international students from more than 60 countries over the years. Their small classes ensure that all of their students gain access to a high level of support, which is essential for international students who are coming to a new country.
Buckinghamshire New University – £11,000 per year
Buckinghamshire new university is well established in special fields such as aviation, sport, nursing and art and design. There are three campuses in High Wycombe, Uxbridge and Aylesbury all close to London.
7. Ravensbourne – £10,800 – £13,500 per year
Ravensbourne is a digital media and design University, with vocational courses in fashion, television and broadcasting, product design, architecture and environment design, architecture and many more. Their reputation and high graduate employment rates makes them an excellent choice for international students.
University of Sunderland – £10,750 per year
Sunderland University is proud of its global community of students from all over the world. Around a fifth of their students come from outside of the UK from over 100 countries worldwide. The university has four campuses in Sunderland, London and Hong Kong therefore a lot of the students are from china.They offer a wide range of courses from Engineering,Languages, Health and paramedic sciences to Law courses.
University of the West of Scotland – £10,600 per year
The University of west of Scotland is the cheapest Scottish university for international students, with fees of £10,600. They offer support for international students with international student’s advisors which aim to make your transition to Scotland as easy as possible. They also have a campus in central London which is where they offer their business, management, health, social sciences and music courses.
University of Cumbria – £10,500 per year
This university is located next to England’s Lake District. The well-represented nation among Cumbria’s international students are Ireland and Germany, though there is students from a number of other countries. The headquarters are in Carlisle with campuses in Lancaster, Ambleside and London. You can have a look at the wide range of courses offered here
University of Suffolk – £10,080 per year
The University of Suffolk opened in 2007 and gained university status in 2016. International students are welcomed as part of a global network. They offer a various number of student support services for international students. They offer 218 courses ranging from adult nursing, psychology and business management and history and applied sociology. The university operates two academic faculties and in 2016/17 had 5,080 students.
Royal Agricultural University – £10,000 per year
The Royal Agricultural University offers a specialist education in agriculture. International students benefit from the entrepreneurial spirit and the outstanding employability, one in ten graduates start their own business after graduating which is supported by RAU Enterprise Programme.
Coventry University – £9,000 – £12,600 per year
According to the study, Coventry University is the winner with the cheapest undergraduate fees in the UK. Students from over 130 countries worldwide study at the university. They have their own international hub section with a variety of help such as pre-arrival guides, international experiences and application guides. They offer a vast variety of courses which start in September, January and May such as accounting, media, art, nursing and engineering.