Cost of living in the UK
The average cost of living is steeper in the UK, as it has expensive cities. A student would need around £ 600 to £1,000 per month to maintain a decent standard of living depending on the city they live.
Students are allowed to work while studying. During the regular academic year, students are permitted to work part-time up to 20 hours per week.
The UK is well-connected by buses and trains. London has an extensive underground network whilst all the major cities have large tram systems. Students can purchase a student rail or bus card to receive a discount on fares. Cycling in a city is great option, hiring a bicycle can be both cheap and healthy (just pay a small docking charge).
Tuition fees will vary as per universities and courses:
Most UK Universities typically offer scholarships from £1,000 – £5,000 based on student’s academic scores and prior work experience.