How much does it cost to study in the UK? Where do I look for scholarships? What living expenses will I have to pay? Get answers to your money-related questions directly from UK universities - including tips for students to save on travel, culture, etc.
Lawrence Barnard, International Student Recruitment Officer, Imperial College London
Lawrence is the International Officer for Europe at Imperial College London, and has worked in international student admissions and recruitment since 2013. He is passionate about supporting students in their decision making in order to find the right-fit university.
Frazer Roberts, International Recruitment Officer, University of Wolverhampton
Hi everyone, I’m Frazer, the International Recruitment Officer for Europe at the University of Wolverhampton. I look after students from across the continent by advising them on courses and helping submit their applications so that they can join us here in the West Midlands. I have an academic background in modern languages and linguistics, and have previously lived in France, Spain and Latin America.
No better way to learn than to hear from those that have already been there. How do international students manage the costs of studying and living in the UK? What tips can they offer? How much do they really spend monthly? Hear from the real experts at living in the UK on a student budget.
Anudi is a third year MEng Aeronautical Engineering student at Imperial College London.
Lotta Esselstrom, University of Worcester student
“Hello everyone! My name is Lotta and I am a 23-year old BSc Biomedical Science student at University of Worcester. I came to study in UK in 2019 which was one of the most amazing decisions I've ever made! With my experiences as an European student in UK, I wish to help other prospective students the best way I can.”
Ekaterina Buryakova, University of Ulster
João Sá, SOAS University of London
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