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Cost of study in UK Vs USA: Find which country suits your pocket

Posted over 3 years ago by M. verma

Many students after completion of their 10+2 aspire to study abroad. It is the dream of many students that they want to study in one of the top universities in a foreign country. A large number of students aspire to pursue post graduation and research programmes from abroad. There could be many reasons behind this such as higher standard of education, global exposure, a large variety of courses, best curriculum and unlimited career opportunities after the completion of the course. All these and many other reasons attract a large number of students to pursue a course from a foreign university.

If you want to study in a foreign university you need to spend a hefty amount. Before applying to any university you need to prepare for many things like in which university you want to apply, visa application, scholarship, funding and most important the cost of study and living in that country, medical insurance, hostel expenses, travelling expenses, and personal expenses. UK and USA are the two countries which are the dream destination for most of the students. But the cost of study and cost of living in these two countries are higher as compared to other study abroad destinations. If you are planning to study in any of these countries you need to spend minimum between Rs. 20 lakh to Rs. 30 lakh for your studies. We have done a comparative study about the living cost and other expenses related to study in UK and USA to help you to estimate your cost to study there.

Study in UK Study in USA
Living cost:
Estimated cost around London: £ 7500 to £ 9000
Rest of the UK: £ 5500 to £ 6000
Living cost:
Estimated cost: $10000 to $12000 per year
$700 to $1000 per month
Hostel room and board: $3000 and $7500 per year
Off campus cost: $300 and $600 per month
Traveling/Air Ticket cost: £ 500 to £ 1000 Traveling/Air Ticket cost: $500 to $2000
Tuition Fee
UK and European institutions: £6,500 and £ 13,000 per year
London Institutions: £7,200 per annum
Other areas: £5,400 per annum
Tuition Fees
Private Institutions: $15000 to $30000 per year
University/Colleges: $ 40000 and more per year
Public Institution: $10000 to $20000 per year
Community College: $8000 to $12000 per year
Average course fee
UG Programmes
Foundation progammes: £4,000 to £12,000 per year
Arts & Humanities: £7,000 to £9,000 per year
Science courses: £7,500 to £12,000 per year
Engineering courses: £ 6500 to £ 12000
Clinical Research courses: £10,000 to £21,000 per year
Business courses: £ 5000 to £ 12000


PG Programmes
Arts & Humanities: £7,000-£9,000 per year
Science Courses: £7,500-£12,000 per year
Engineering courses: £10,000-£21,000 per year
Clinical Research courses: £4,000 to more than £30,000 per year
MBA courses: £4,000 to more than £30,000 per year
Average course fee
UG Programmes

Foundation progammes:
Arts & Humanities: $15000-$30000 per year
Science courses: $ 20000-$ 30000 per year
Engineering courses: $ 20000-$ 30000 per year
Clinical Research courses: $ 20000-$ 35000 per year
Business courses: $ 20000-$ 35000 per year


PG Programmes
Arts & Humanities: $ 25000-$30000 per year
Science Courses: $ 25000-$30000 per year
Engineering courses: $ 25000-$30000 per year
Clinical Research courses: $ 25000-$35000 per year
MBA courses: $ 18000-$ 50000 per year
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