Cheapest UK universities in England (excluding London) for international students

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Cheapest UK universities in England (excluding London) for international students

 

An international qualification is most sought after degree by students. With an International qualification, the student can get their degree recognized around the globe. With an international qualification, you can broaden your prospects and enhance your capabilities. There are various colleges in the UK, which offers low-cost degree programmes to International students. Each of the university enlisted here has an amazing campus, offers high-quality infrastructure and facilities for the students.

After conducting a comprehensive research, we have enlisted below the cheapest universities in the UK: 

Staffordshire University:

Average annual tuition fee: £10,500. 

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Located in Staffordshire, England the University offers fast-track undergraduate degrees i.e. in two years you can complete your undergraduate courses, rather than the traditional way. The University also specializes in secondary teacher training courses. This is also the only university in the UK to offer a BA (Hons) in Cartoon and Comic Arts.

Teesside University:  

Average annual tuition fee: £10,250 

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Located in Middlesbrough, the University has recently invested £200 million pounds in refurnishing one of its campuses. The University is committed to foster innovation, creativity and offer world-class facilities to the students. 

Harper Adams University College:

Average annual tuition fee: £11,000

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The University was recently ranked in the top 10, for its graduate employment in the UK. The university also offers undergraduate courses a 12-month commercial placement, to gain experience before they gain graduate. 

Leeds Trinity University: 

Average annual tuition fee: £11,000

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The University was founded in 1960’s in the form of two Catholic teacher-training colleges. The institution was granted the title of University in December 2012. The University has invested millions, to introduce specialist subject facilities in the department of Sport, Nutrition and Psychology.

University of Cumbria

Average annual tuition fee: £10,500

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Established in 2007, the University has four campuses in Lancaster, Ambleside, Penrith, Barrow, Carisle, London, Workington. The University offers various courses for professional development of the students in the fields of teacher training education, healthcare, sports, business management, visual and performing arts, forestry and land studies. 

University of Bolton:

Average annual tuition fee: £11,000

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The University of Bolton offers degrees in subjects like Special Effects for Film, TV and Visual Effects for Film and TV. It offers a mixed range of vocational courses and traditional academic courses

Buckinghamshire New University:

Average annual tuition fee: £9,500

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The University is based on two campuses: in High Wycombe and Uxbridge. Both campuses are located within easy access to attractions of central London. 

Coventry University:

Average annual tuition fee: £11,200

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The roots of the University can be traced back to 1843. Earlier the college was famously known as the Coventry College for Design. The most popular courses that the University offers are in Health and Nursing. Coventry University was the first University to offer an undergraduate course in Disaster Management Programme.

York St John University:

Average annual tuition fee: £11,000 

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The University is located in Lord Mayor’s Walk, which faces York Minister. The students studying at York St John have an easy access to the traditional pubs, bars, and shops of York’s city centre. The University has recently developed 2.5 million Arts Centre.

University College Birmingham

Average annual tuition fees: £10,000

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The University offers on-campus accommodation to the students along with the restaurants, cake and bake shops and spa and sports therapy. The University aims to enhance the student experience and make it a memorable one. 

Undertaking a degree course in the UK involves careful financial planning. UK is renowned around the globe for its prestigious universities and high academic standards. With an International degree on your CV, you can impress your potential employers and widen your future prospects.

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