Low tuition fees Universities in UK
Study in the UK is as expensive as popular. In the world many students dream to get a higher degree from UK but they are usually frustrated when they cab know about the expense. There’re many universities in the UK but the expense isn’t same to all. Different university charges differently. And the expense for the international students isn’t same as for the natives. In 2019 the UK Government has determined the tuition fees for the native students up to £9250. But this expense is not for the international students. Though some of the universities keep the tuition fees same for the international as the native but most of the universities take more than this fees from the international students.
We’ll now try to screen the expense in some of the most popular universities.
University of Stirling – £13,650
The University of Sterling is one of the cheapest one among the popular UK universities. This is as cheaper as popular. It’s been popular because of its reputation in the educational quality and wide range of courses. In this university the cost for undergraduate courses is up to £12,140 for the classroom based course and £14,460 for the laboratory based course. For the postgraduate courses the tuition fees varies between £13650-£18970.
Queen Margaret University – £13,000
The Queen Margaret University is located in seaside town of Mussel burgh that’s very nearer from the city of Edinburgh. This Scottish university is one of the cheaper universities in the UK. The cost of study in this university is between £12500 and £13500 for the course of undergraduate and it’ll be much less for the course of postgraduate level.
Solent University – £12,500
Solent University has a larger number of international students each year from more than hundred nations in the world. Because of its low tuition fees the international students are attracted to this university. For the bachelor degree the tuition fee is £12500 which is £11000 for the foundation courses and same as the higher national diploma courses but additional registration fee may be applied. For the course of Masters of Arts is £12500 and £13500 for MSc and £15000 for MBA. For the full time postgraduate research courses the tuition fee is £12500.
University of West London – £12,000
This university is another one which is renowned for both educational quality and cheaper tuition fees. In the Guardian University Survey 2019 this university was ranked 50th over the world. The tuition fee in this university is up to £12000.
Leeds Beckett University – £12,000
This university is located in the city of Leeds nearer by the biggest city of London. It has a recognized relation to many companies and organizations to help their students getting a job after finishing the course. This creative procedure attracts many international students per year. The tuition fees in the university is £12000 for the course of undergraduate, £311500-£12500 for postgraduate and £12000 for the course of research that’s really much cheaper than many other universities in the UK.
Teesside University – £11,825
Because of the rich scheme of study program the University of Teesside has been greatly renowned internally and internationally. It offers the qualified teaching and take very reasonable tuition fees.
• Foundation course – £9750
• Full time undergraduate course – £11825
• Part time remote research – £5875
• Full time MBA – £17000
Wrexham Glyndwr University – £11,750
Being established in 2008 this university achieved a great reputation within this short time because of its high quality education. Also it keeps a cheaper tuition fees than many others. So it’s being popular to many international students. For the undergraduate course they take only £11750 and £12500 for the postgraduate course.
University of Bedfordshire – £11,500
The University of Bedfordshire is one of the younger universities which was established in 2006. Within this short time it’s gained a worldwide reputation to have a large number of students from more than hundred nations each year. The reason of its reputation is both quality wide range of courses and lower tuition fees.
• Undergraduate course – £11500
• MA/MSc program – £12000
• MBA – £12500
University of Cumbria – £10,500
This university is also known as a low cost university. As one of the most low cost universities it has a reputation of a quality education and that’s why it gain a large number of student each from hundreds of nations. The tuition fees in various courses in this university are as followings:
Presessional English (6 weeks) – £1554
BA (honors) – £15500
Postgraduate program – £3500 to £15500
University of Chester – £9,250
The University of Chester is one of the older universities. This institute has achieved reputation because of both its quality education and cheaper tuition fees. The tuition fees in this university are much lower than many others in the UK. They take only £9250 for the international foundation program, £9250 for one year Bachelor’s degree including foundation and £11950 for 2-4 years Bachelor degree including foundation, £9250 for UG Pre-Reg Nursing Pathways with additional £3000 for placement, £12000 for postgraduate program, £12250 for MBA, £16228 for Research degree (MRes/MPhil/PhD (Lab based)) and £16635 for Research Degrees(MRes/MPhil/PhD (Classroom based).