Financial considerations are one of the most important aspects when considering studying abroad. Remember that when you apply for your visa, you will need to demonstrate that you have enough funds for both your tuition fees and cost of living.
You can use an online calculator to assist you in planning your finances for coming to study in the UK.
A useful currency converter can be found at www.xe.com
Fees for courses commencing in academic year September 2011 - August 2012
|Tuition fees||£6999 for each full academic year 10% deposit payable on application (refundable if application is refused) and balance due on or before enrolment|
|Additional English language support||Minimum £6 per group hour £40 per individual hour To be agreed on enrolment|
|Examination and registration fees||Minimum £50 per subject studied To be included on initial invoice|
|Basic materials fee||£35 To be included on initial invoice Basic materials and texts are supplied though students will need to purchase some text books and other materials according to subject/course studied - estimated cost of £250 per year|
|Accommodation arrangement fee||£70|
Cost of living
We make every effort to accommodate our international students near to the College but some may need to make a short bus journey. If you do need to travel by bus there are a number of bus ticket options available. Please ask for details on arrival.
Endsleigh provide many different types of insurance to both home and international students and are the only provider approved by the National Union of Students (NUS). They offer insurance for your possessions, travel insurance and a special international student insurance policy. Quotations are tailored specifically to each individual student and will vary according to cover.
Even if you are entitled to NHS treatment whilst in the UK you should consider taking out insurance which covers the additional possible costs resulting from illness, which can be substantial.
If you are not entitled to NHS medical treatment you should make sure you have adequate medical insurance to cover medical costs if you fall ill and also to cover the additional possible costs resulting from illness.
It is essential for all students to arrange insurance to cover their possessions, personal effects and valuables against the unlikely event of loss, accidental damage or theft.