The cost for UK students wanting to pursue higher education in Europe is revealed in our comprehensive cost calculator.
Analysing the tuition fees and living costs of the European universities that made it into the latest Times Higher Education World University Rankings, our research reveals the most affordable destinations to study based on tuition fees, living costs and currency rates.
The average cost of attending university in the UK has reached in excess of £18,000 a year, combining average tuition fees of £9,234 and average living costs of £9,526. There are many alternative European universities which offer a degree at a fraction of the cost – some with no tuition fees should you be accepted and others coming in at around half the price.
When deciding where you wish to study, you must take a number of factors into consideration. Quality of teaching is of course important and as demonstrated by the latest Times Higher Education World Rankings, the UK offers some of the finest educational institutions – with the top two spots being taken up by British universities.
The cost of living, tuition fees, and (if you decide to study abroad) the impact of exchange rates also have to be taken into consideration. Incorporating travel into your studies also offers a unique life experience though and if you manage your currency effectively you can ensure your education goes as far as you want it to.
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