Tuition fees explained
The cost of studying abroad explained.
Here at International Education Week in the UK we believe you should make an informed decision about your higher education and question the value for money you get from your university of choice?
If you are thinking about studying abroad and want to know what it costs then read on!
Studying abroad isn’t as expensive as you might think. In most of Europe it is free tuition or the fee is considerably smaller than the £9,000 a year tuition here in the UK. If you are thinking about going further afield you could find yourself a scholarship or bursary opportunity for the USA, Canada or Australia.
Here’s an overview of what it might cost to study in each country:
The UK - £9,000 or more per year
Remember if you are an EU student you will qualify for the same level of tuition as the rate of tuition in that country. So if it is free tuition in Denmark for a Danish student then it is free tuition for all European citizens. If a Danish student comes to the UK they will be subject to the same level of tuition as a UK student and would be able to access tuition fee support from Student Finance England. But we have left the EU? There's no need to worry until we know exactly the results of the EU negotiations for Brexit. Even if UK students had to pay for their studies in Europe at the same rate as those outside of the European Union (International Fees), it will be considerably cheaper than the UK!
Also, for a long time students have been deterred from applying to places where tuition costs are higher, but with the right approach and accurate information you may be able to find a scholarships or bursary of some description. Check each university website carefully!
International Education Week in the UK is a platform that aims to connect UK Students with universities outside the UK. It is the first official week dedicated to studying overseas.
Look out for more information on our events
Study Abroad Fair in Birmingham - Sunday March 11th 2018
Study Abroad Fair in Leeds - Saturday March 17th 2018
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