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There are many variables that will determine the cost of study abroad. For example, it depends on your level of studying i.e. foundation, undergraduate or postgraduate level.
Studying in London or outside of London determines the cost of your living expenses. Living expenses in London boroughs is £12,006 while out London is £9,207 per year but it also depends on your lifestyle.
The average tuition fees, excluding medicine courses, are between £8,700 and £19,500 per year. Medicine in UK, is around £40,500 per year with courses taking a minimum of five years to complete.
UK Visa Immigration (UKVI) set the Tier 4 visa entry requirements, which is IELTS UKVI and the universities must adopt this standard to issue a CAS letter which is the key document to enable your visa application. Many universities will waiver the IELTS and accept GCSE or KCSE English taught locally at grade C and above. For Masters students, if you studied undergraduate level in the UK this is acceptable to meet English level entry requirements.
UKVI will not accept an IELTS UKVI test older than two years for a visa application.
To apply for an IELTS UKVI test, you must do this online through The British Council recognised centres. There are two IELTS test one is for academic the other is for non-academic immigration. Please make sure you sit the Academic IELTS UKVI test. Minimum score is 5.5.
You have to book your IELTS UKVI test through the British Council, here is the link.
Scholarships are normally limited in number and have specific target groups. They are also normally highly competitive and most, though not all, are aimed at postgraduate level students.
For undergraduate studies, scholarships (which include bursaries and partial fee waivers) are rarer. However, a number are offered by UK universities or colleges. In most cases you will have to gain an offer of a place on a course at a UK institution before you are eligible to apply for any scholarship.
The British Council StudyUK website lists a selection of scholarships that are available for students by nationality.
The following bodies administer scholarships for specific groups of international students who study in the UK:
Chevening Scholarships – “the UK government’s global scholarship programme, funded by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and partner organisations…awards to outstanding scholars with leadership potential from around the world to study postgraduate courses at universities in the UK”
Commonwealth Scholarships – “The Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan (CSFP) is an international programme under which member governments offer scholarships and fellowships to citizens of other Commonwealth countries”
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