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    Hi! This is Raj, an education expert for education in UK.I have written about education in UK ,what you all students need to know before you plan to study in UK

    Study in United States does not mean that you have to spend only on study,explore this article to have an idea what all you must know before you plan to study in UK.

    Study Cost in UK


    The education you’ll receive in UK will greatly enhance your career and would help you to achieve your aim.. This is because the education system in UK, with its high standards in infrastructure and teaching, is known all over the world and allures many students all over the world. And this is further because of the many independent organizations who regularly inspect and accredit UK’s universities and courses, and have them striving for excellence. With all this in mind, it may seem like studying in UK may be just a dream but it’s not so. Studying in UK actually costs less when compared to some of the other countries like US or Australia for two reasons: one, most of the master’s programs in UK are of 1 year duration when compared to many other countries including India, US, or Australia; second, considering the overall benefits of living in a culturally diverse yet an all-English environment (the unanimously accepted global business language) and having an access to whole other things, it’s rather money for its worth.

    For a week’s course you could pay anything from under 200 to over 1000. It really does depend on the nature of the course you choose. You can find out what your course will cost by checking out the course providers’ profile on this site.

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    Postgraduate study and MBAs

    You'll get great value for money from a UK postgraduate education no matter where you choose to study. The figures below show approximately what you can expect to pay, but it's worth bearing in mind that course fees can vary considerably between institutions. You can find more details on individual education institutions’ fees on our site by checking out their profiles.

    The fees you pay will vary dependent on the type of course you choose and will differ from school to school and are at the discretion of the institution,

    For a week’s course you could pay anything from under 200 to over 1000. It really does depend on the nature of the course you choose. You can find out what your course will cost by checking out the course providers’ profile on this site.


    Postgraduate study and MBAs




    You'll get great value for money from a UK postgraduate education no matter where you choose to study. The figures below show approximately what you can expect to pay, but it's worth bearing in mind that course fees can vary considerably between institutions. You can find more details on individual education institutions’ fees on our site by checking out their profiles.

    Average course fees

    Arts and humanities courses:
    7,000-9,000 per year
    Science Courses
    7,500-12,000 per year
    MS
    10,000-21,000 per year
    MBA
    4,000 to more than 30,000 per year




    Undergraduate study


    Average Course Fee:-

    Engineering Courses 4,000 to 12,000 per year
    Arts courses
    7,000 to 9,000 per year
    Science courses
    7,500 to 12,000 per year
    Clinical courses
    10,000 to 21,000 per year




    Of course, you’re not just paying for the lectures and practicals you’ll attend: you’ll also have access to college libraries, extensive research resources, ultramodern computer facilities, science and practical laboratories, as well as workshops equipped with state-of-the-art equipment; fantastic sports facilities, music rooms and drama studios, all of which add value to your course. And that’s before you even start to take into account the value of the experience you’ll gain from studying in the modern, progressive and multicultural environment the UK has to offer. It's a unique experience that you couldn't put a price on.

    Career-based and pre-university study



    UK career-based and pre-university course fees can vary considerably between institutions, but the figures below show approximately what you’ll need to pay.

    AS- and A-levels: 4,000-8,000 per year
    BTECs and other vocational:
    4,000-6,000 per year
    HNC/HNDs:
    5,000-10,000 per year
    Foundation Degrees:
    7,000-12,000 per year




    Study at a UK independent school
    The fees you pay to attend independent school include your course fees, accommodation and may include some or all extracurricular activities, but it's to check exactly what is included with the school. You may be asked to pay extra for language tuition.
    Fees vary from school to school and are at the discretion of the institution; there are no national standards. You should expect to pay a minimum of 8,000 per year and fees can be as high as 25,000.

    English Language Course Fees in UK
    Again, the amount of money you spend in fees for an English Language course in UK depends on the type of course you’re studying—whether it is for Basic English or is something more tailor made for the ones whose native language is not English. Also, the school you’re studying at has a lot to do with the amount of fees you’re spending. There are some non-accredited English language schools that offer education at very low prices, however if progress is needed to be made in acquiring finesse in the language, it’s recommended that you study only from an accredited school. Having said all that, the fees can cost anywhere from 200 to 1,000 per week from an accredited school.

    Approximate Cost of Living in UK
    The approximate cost of living in UK may be from the cheap 6,000 per year to average 9,000 per year to the expensive 12,000 per year. These costs include accommodation, food, travel (bus/subway), entertainment (cinema/eating out/sports), and other (books/clothing/personal hygiene/telephone calls). These costs vary according to which part of UK you’re planning to live in, your lifestyle, and how close your residential address is to the school you’re studying in. Note that the general expenses are a 25% higher in London than elsewhere in UK and also that the cost of living will increase by 50% if for a couple than an individual.

    If You have any query regarding the education in UK.please feel free to ask .I'll be glad to answer them




    Last edited by rajrocks; 10th October 2011 at 02:54 PM.

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