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The UK: Student Finances

You won’t be able to study in the UK if you haven’t got the required finances. Fortunately there are many viable options to help students accomplish their dreams. Read the following guides and articles, and pick up a few tips – both big and small – to help you along the way.

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Tuition fees in the UK

The UK is undoubtedly one of the most popular destinations for international students. With a dynamic, robust and top-rated higher education sector there are a plethora of options available. From courses, degrees and programmes to the overall student experience, studying in the UK may be top of your list. There is of course the matter of affordability and the cost involved, which is always front of mind for students. Many factors are involved when it comes to calculating how much

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Finance tips for students by students UK

There is no doubt that keeping a close watch on the bank account is a common student pastime. Every penny counts and everyone has their eyes peeled for the best deal or discount. It isn’t always easy and staying fiscally fit is a mix of discipline, organization and detail.  It’s always useful getting some insight and tips from those who have first-hand experience. Having come to the UK to study at the University of Bristol, American student Emilia chatted to us and gave her top

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Student cost of living in the UK

With some of the top universities in the world, celebrated cultural attractions, entertainment and work opportunities, the UK ranks fairly highly on many international students’ list of study abroad destinations. While the UK undoubtedly offers a great deal to students, there is no point in shying away from one of the ever-present realities of studying abroad. Yes, that’s right, the dreaded “What’s the price?”. Being pragmatic about the effect studying in a particular country will have

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Scholarships to launch your UK study abroad journey

When students make a list of their top study abroad destinations, there’s little doubt that the UK occupies a very high ranking. With world renowned institutions and a reputation for an excellent quality of education, many applications are made each year to begin an academic adventure in the country. Often these applications rely on securing that all important funding in the form of a scholarship or a grant. There is no escaping the fact the tertiary education in the UK is relatively

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