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Top 10 Most Inexpensive (Affordable & Cheap) Universities in UK 2022-23: Courses & Fees

Top 10 Most Inexpensive (Affordable & Cheap) Universities in UK
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Top 10 Most Inexpensive (Affordable & Cheap) Universities in UK 2022-23: Courses & Fees

For those considering studying in UK for either undergraduate or postgraduate courses, the first major concern is the cost of tuition fee. It is well known that British universities are among the most expensive colleges to study in. That is just partly true. The reason why British education seems so expensive is not because of the college fee, but the living expenses. London is the most expensive student city in the world for Indian students. In this article, we will inform you about the low-cost universities in UK.

The tuition fee at most colleges is more expensive for international students compared to British or European residents. Prospective international students lookout for the low fees universities in UK. There are still a few colleges that are more affordable compared to others. Also, one thing to remember is that just because the tuition fee to these colleges is low, it doesn’t mean they are any less competitive. The colleges below have the lowest tuition fee and are very popular as well. You can have a look at the cheap and affordable fees universities in UK.

1. Staffordshire University

The university is noted for its science departments with several of its programmes and departments featuring in the top 10 in the UK. University sets out in its plans to be an ethical and values-led organisation and will operate as a responsible and sustainable business. It has been ranked in the top 100 Universities in the UK for many years.

Tuition Fees Academic Year 2022/23:

Undergraduate£14,500*
Standard postgraduate taught courses£15,000
Master of Business Administration (MBA)£15,500
Law LPC and LLM combined£12,300
Postgraduate Research£13,000*
MSc Computer Science£15,000 per course

*per year of study

2. Teesside University

Teesside University is consistently in the UK’s top ten for overall average international student satisfaction-International Student Barometer 2008-12. It is the first and only modern university to be named Times Higher Education University of the Year. The university has over 80 years of teaching excellence. International scholarship is worth £1,500 a year.

Full tuition fee for the courses starting from Sep 2022 | Jan 2023

Full-time Undergraduate degree£14,000
Full-time Postgraduate Diploma (PgDip)£13,350
Postgraduate taught degree (MSc/MA) one-year£14,000
MA Social Work£28,000 total (£14,000 per year)
Full-time MBA one-year£14,300
Full-time MBA (Applied) two-year master’s£17,000 total (£8,500 per year)

3. Leeds Beckett University

Leeds Beckett offers quality education and skills at affordable prices. The university has partnered with numerous companies and organizations to make sure that students get the best jobs after completing their studies. It offers one of the lowest tuition fees among British universities.

Annual Tuition Fees (Non-EU)

Foundation£12,500
Undergraduate/Bachelors (most courses)£14,000
Postgraduate/Masters (most courses)£15,000
Full-time (PhD, MRes, MPhil)£14,000

4. Leeds Trinity University

Leeds Trinity University is one of the of top UK universities for teaching excellence and is known for its Journalism courses. One fifth of the undergraduate courses receive 100% overall satisfaction from recent graduates. It is also known as the safest university in Leeds.

Tuition Fees Academic Year 2022/23

Three-year undergraduate degree course£12,000 (per year)
Two-year undergraduate degree course​£12,000 (per year)
MA Childhood and Education£11,500
MA Creative Writing£11,500
MA Criminology and Criminal Justice£12,500
MA Family Support£11,500
MA International Business£12,500
MA Journalism£12,500
MBA£12,500
MA Mental Health in Children and Young People£11,500
PhD, MPhil ​or MbR​ (cost per year)£12,500
MSc Project Management£12,500
MSc Psychology (conversion)​£12,500
MA Victorian Studies£11,500
PGCE£12,500

5. University of Cumbria

Established in 2007, the university is based upon the idea of a distributed learning network so that teaching takes place both at the university’s campuses and at remote colleges around Cumbria. The University of Cumbria has a strong track record in interdisciplinary research inviting and welcoming students from all over the world. In 2012 university launched an innovative Institute for leadership and stability at their Ambleside campus to further the learnings of the students

Tuition Fees Academic Year 2022/23

Bachelor’s degree (BA, BSc, LLB)£13,250
BA (Hons) Social Work£13,250
Postgraduate Courses (MA, MSc)£13,250
MBA£15,000

6. London Metropolitan University

University’s courses provides practical, workplace skills and opportunities for professional development, at an affordable price and has one of the largest teaching labs in Europe; specialist art and design studios and more. The university’s Business School in Moorgate has recently undergone a £1 million refurbishment.

Tuition Fees Academic Year 2021/22

Full-time honours degree (BA or BSc)£13,200
Masters degree (Data Analytics – MSc)£13,750
MBA£13,250

7. The University of Bolton

The University of Bolton offers some unique degrees, for example, Special Effects for Film and TV and Visual Effects for Film and TV. It also offers a wide range of vocational courses, along with the more traditional academic courses. There are 14,000 students across all sites and courses, with 700 academic and professional staff. ​ Fees for most of the courses is £12,950 (except for MBA, MSc Physician Associate Studies and some other courses).

Tuition Fees Academic Year 2022/23:

Undergraduate courses£12,950 (Per Annum)
BSc (Hons) Nursing£12,950
Postgraduate (excluding MBA)£12,950
MBA£14,450

8. University of Chester

University of Chester is a public university based in Chester, England. It was established as a teacher training college which later became the University of Chester. The university serves as a member of the Cathedrals Group, the North West Universities Association, the Association of Commonwealth Universities and Universities UK.

Tuition Fees Academic Year Sep 2022:

Undergraduate£12,950
Postgraduate£13,450
MBA£13,750
MA Social Work£16,000 (split over 2 years)
MRes/MPhil/PhD (Classroom)£13,308
MRes/MPhil/PhD (Laboratory)£17,142

9. Coventry University

Established in 1992, it is the biggest university in the city of Warwick with more than 27000 students studying in its 2 campuses. Research Assessment Exercise classed in 2008 that the university’s research in many critical subjects like Allied Health Professions and Studies, Computer Science and Informatics, Electrical and Electronic Engineering is World Class. The Guardian ranked it the 25th best University in the United Kingdom.

Tuition Fees Academic Year Sep 2021:

MBA£20,100
MSc£17,900
Undergraduate Degree£15,000

10. York St John University

York St John University offers state of art infrastructural facilities to students. 93% of graduates are in employment or full-time study six months after graduating. A £2.5 million Arts Centre has recently been developed, including sound performance and exhibition facilities and a new media workshop. The standard fee for international students is £13,000. A few of the courses have different fees.

Tuition Fees Academic Year 2022/23:

BA (Hons)£13,000
MA£13,000
Master of Business Administration MBA£10,800
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