What’s the difference between university life in Britain?

What’s the difference between university life in Britain? I believe this is a concern of many students who are preparing to study abroad, so let’s talk about it in the following small series. If you are interested, please hurry down and learn about it.

What's the difference between university life in Britain?

The cost of living in Britain varies from region to region:

Generally speaking, the living expenses in Britain mainly include: clothing, food, housing, transportation, medical insurance and personal consumption. The cost of living given by British officials is generally divided into two types: London area and non-London area. The cost of living in London is about 810 pounds per month, and the cost of living in non-London is about 610 pounds per month. Therefore, students studying in London, such as London School of Economics and Political Science, King’s College of London, University College of London, Imperial College London, Royal holloway University, etc., have a great life pressure.

The cost of living in Britain varies from person to person:

Because every student who comes to Britain has a different lifestyle, the cost is also different. If students live on campus, the weekly rent is generally 60-90 pounds, while it is 10-20 pounds higher in London. If students rent a house locally, the cost is relatively high and low. The average student spends 110 pounds a month on food. Others such as transportation and pocket expenses, 130 pounds a month is the average expense. From this, it can be roughly inferred that China’s living expenses for nine months are usually around 4,500-5,500.

The tuition fee is really divided into regions. In fact, the reasonable algorithm is calculated on a weekly basis. The basic accommodation is 110-130 pounds a week, and the cheaper one will be relatively unfair. Living expenses cooking by yourself is relatively cheap. The overall cost is controlled at around 200 pounds a week. Accommodation in London ranges from 150 to 200. The difference in living expenses will be calculated again. In other words, it doesn’t cost too much to eat. Mainly accommodation+tuition. Therefore, in non-London areas, it is basically 900 pounds a month, and London is basically around 1200-1500.

20w~35w There is not much difference between undergraduate and graduate students.

British undergraduate tuition fees are determined according to the differences between schools and regions. Tuition fees will vary greatly according to different majors. Generally speaking, liberal arts tuition is low, ranging from 8,000 to 10,000 pounds per year; Business 9500–12000 pounds/year; Higher science, 12,000-15,000 pounds/year; Medical science is higher, at 13,000-20,000 pounds/year-

British undergraduate tuition fees vary greatly according to different schools, cities and majors. Generally speaking, the tuition in Britain is increasing by 5% every year, so the tuition is more expensive every year. British undergraduate tuition is generally converted into RMB between 120,000 and 180,000 on average every year except for some business, media and medical courses, and the annual cost plus living expenses is about 300,000-350,000.

So that’s what’s different about university life in the UK. The above content is shared with you as a reference, hoping to help students in need. If there are more things you want to know, you can pay attention to this platform and continue browsing.

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