Vijaya Lakshmi K
23 days ago
Cities in the United Kingdom
After the USA, the United Kingdom is unquestionably growing in popularity as a study abroad destination. In the past few years, there has been a significant increase in the number of students who desire to pursue higher education in the UK. Here is a list of a few of the best cities in the UK where international students can find many opportunities and respectable universities.
With world-famous universities, numerous employment opportunities, various scholarships, and a strong community of people from all over the world, London has been ranked as one of the world’s top five student cities. London has by far the most universities in any UK city and with an average tuition fee for international students around £22,000(INR 20 lakhs). Students should plan their budget by factoring in £1,100 to £1,300 (INR 1 lakh to 1.2 lakh) per month for living expenses.
Universities in London – Imperial College London, University College London, King’s College London, London School of Economics and Political Science, Queen Mary University of London
Located in the northwest part of England, Manchester is one of the fastest-growing cities in Europe and offers a strong urban appeal. Manchester is home to various startups and is gaining recognition in the fields of AI and machine learning. Manchester is a cultural hub with a wide variety of eateries, a noteworthy theatre, music, and arts scene, and a rich history in sports. The tuition costs between £20,000 and £24,000 (INR 18 lakhs and 22 lakhs). The average monthly cost of housing in Manchester is about £1,100 (INR 1 lakh).
Universities in Manchester: University of Bolton, Manchester Metropolitan University, University of Salford, University of Manchester.
One of the most stunning cities in the UK, Edinburgh is surrounded by natural beauty. The growth of technology and financial hubs in Edinburgh has made it very appealing to students to study here. The cost for international students is a little higher at £25,000 (INR 25 lakhs) per year and living expenses of £1400 (INR 1.3 lakh) per month.
Universities in Edinburgh: The University of Edinburgh, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh Napier University, Queen Margaret University.
Leeds is seeing the fastest scale of growth, thanks to its low cost of living, booming IT jobs scene, and overall affordability. When it comes to education, Leeds has a variety of reputable options that are also diverse and cover a wide range of topics. Tuition costs could be up to £21,000(INR 20 lakhs). On average it costs a student between £600 and £750 (INR 55k and 75k) in a month to live in Leeds.
Universities in Leeds: Leeds Beckett University, Leeds Metropolitan University, University of Leeds, Leeds Trinity University
Birmingham is the UK’s second-largest city, located in the heart of the country. Birmingham is one of the greatest places in the UK to study because of its blend of modernism, British culture, and a top-notch educational system. Birmingham's reputation extends beyond its manufacturing expertise; it has also established a reputation for having a strong tech and vibrant business culture. The typical monthly cost of living is about £850 (INR 80k) and the average tuition charge is £22,500 (INR 21 lakh).
Universities in Birmingham: University of Birmingham, Aston University, Birmingham City University, University College Birmingham (UCB), Newman University
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Very helpful. But a few drawbacks:- 1. It's quite difficult to cover the content in just one year. 2. You can't manage both part time and full time studies. People do but very very hectic and not at all advised. 3. Time to find a full time job is way too higher compared to US. That's why now they have extended the stay back time to 2 yrs, which is a good thing actually, as students don't have any ... See more
Bandi Dheeraj Kumar
Is uk is better place to settle there?
Bandi Dheeraj Kumar
Can we get part time job in uk easly?
Thank you for great information about uk