Study in Australia - Course Fee

UK course fees vary depending on what you are going to study and for how long. See below for more information about the average fees for each type of course.

Study English in the UK

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.

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.

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.

Average course fees

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

International Foundation Courses:

£4,000 to £12,000 per year

Undergraduate study

You'll get great value for money from a UK undergraduate 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

Foundation 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.

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

Clinical courses:

£10,000-£21,000 per year

MBA:

£4,000 to more than £30,000 per year

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