5 Cheapest Universities To Study In The U.K

By , UniversityHerald Reporter

If you are thinking of studying in the UK, you might not have enough time left since the deadline for the submission of the UCAS is on January 15. On the other hand, if you want to pursue the thought some other time, here are five universities that are good for your budget.

Albertay University

Albertay University, which is located in Dundee is probably the cheapest where your £15,880 a year includes your tuition, accommodation, food, and laundry. Did we say that travel is also included in that estimation? Getting an undergraduate degree program in Albertay will cost you around £50,000 in over three years.

University of Stirling

Founded in 1967, Stirling is nested in the heart of Scotland. Described as an institution that focuses deeply on various research. Albertay might win you with its low cost of living, Stirling has actually a lower tuition fee which is only £6,750 per year.

Bishop Grosseteste University College

Established in 1862 as a teacher's college, BGU now offers different undergraduate programs. Located in Lincoln, England, Bishop Grosseteste's tuition per yer is only at £7,000. And in case you want to use the gym, membership is only £108, which is very affordable by UK standards.

Queen Margaret University

Most universities in Scotland are cheap and Queen Margaret University is one of them with its tuition costs also at £7,000. Located at East Lothian, the school was originally a women-only university founded in 1875. Although Queen Margaret University offers different undergraduate programs, its flagships are health and rehabilitation; creativity and culture; and sustainable business.

University of Wales Trinity Saint David

If you prefer to study in Wales, the University of Wales Trinity Saint David in Swansea is the cheapest. If you get an undergraduate degree there, your total tuition will cost less than £50,000 for three years.

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