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Universities With Low Tuition Fees For International Students

Students today have a plethora of options for studying in different countries at relatively low expenses. Millions of students from all over the world study in the United Kingdom, and the number is increasing every year. Low-cost — and even no-cost — options are available.

If you’re a local student, postgraduate study in the UK is already expensive, and it’s significantly more so for overseas students. But it doesn’t have to be. If you’re an international student seeking for a low-cost postgraduate program, check out our top ten list below. For international students starting a full-time postgraduate taught master’s degree in 2022/23, fees are per academic year.

1. University of Bolton

Current cost: £12,450

In 2021/22, international students at the University of Bolton pay the same annual fee for postgraduate courses as they do for undergraduate courses, with tuition starting from £12,450. Supportive and personalized teaching plus a multicultural location helps international students to settle in and make the most of their studies.

2. University of the Highlands and Islands

Current cost: from £12,420

On top of affordable and diverse postgraduate study options, international students at the University of the Highlands and Islands also gain easy access to the spectacular Scottish Highlands if studying on campus. Courses range from those rooted in the landscape (Coastal and Maritime Societies and Cultures, History of the Highlands and Islands) to those seeking a sustainable future (Net Zero Communities).

3. University of Suffolk

Current cost: from £12,150

Set on the stunning Ipswich waterfront, the University of Suffolk is one of the UK’s newest universities, established in 2007 and awarding its own degrees since 2016. With a modern and entrepreneurial focus, it seeks to equip students with the skills and attributes to succeed in a changing world. International postgraduates are charged the same fee as undergraduates in 2021/22, depending on course type.


4. Plymouth Marjon University

Current cost: £12,000

Master’s specialisms at Plymouth Marjon University include Education and Teaching, plus Sport and healthcare related courses. A small university that provides good access to supervisors, and the campus provides all that students require.

5. Leeds Trinity University

Current cost: from £11,500

Leeds Trinity University has a strong focus on employability, running a year-round programme of workshops and employer events for students. The uni’s networks include over 3,000 employers across the UK and overseas, which could boost employment opportunities for international students on graduation.

6. Liverpool Hope University

Current cost: from £11,400

Alongside affordable tuition fees for international students, Liverpool Hope University offers a range of enticing postgraduate courses to help boost your career prospects. As a student of the university, you’ll be able to enjoy a peaceful campus life while living near to the thriving city of Liverpool.

7. Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts

Current cost: from £10,600

The MA in Professional Practice: Theatre and Drama Facilitation is a work-based learning course seeking to refresh your facilitation techniques with management tools and techniques. As well as online and interactive learning, intensive weekend workshops are held on campus in the UK.

8. Royal Veterinary College

Current cost: from £10,240

The fees for the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) are just £10,240 for the year. RVC has both a central London campus and a more rural setting in Hertfordshire, meaning you can get the best of both worlds. You’ll also have the chance to work with a fascinating selection of animals during your time there.

9. Middlesex University

Current cost: from £8,000

With one of the lowest fees in the UK for international postgraduate students, Middlesex University aims to equip you with the skills you need to fast-track your career after studying. Fees can be as low as £8,000, so as an international student, you can focus on your studies without worrying too much about breaking the bank.

10. University of Hull

Current cost: from £7,850

In 2021/22 international students at the University of Hull will pay the same fees as UK/Home students for most full-time taught master’s degrees. This includes courses offered by the Faculty of Arts, Cultures and Education, and the Law School and Department of Politics. International students from over 100 countries attend the uni, and as a former UK city of culture, Hull has plenty to offer for those who come to the city to live and study.



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