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The cost to study in a university in England

Discussion in 'The Lounge - Off Topic' started by Masato, Jun 28, 2013.

  1. Masato

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    I´m Portuguese and here in Portugal we pay in a public university 1070 euros to study.

    How much a person pay to study in a public university in England? There are many people graduated in England?
     
  2. wagnerk
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    There's quite a few people who are graduates, again quite a few people who are post-graduates (those that have completed a PGCert/PGDip/Masters program), there are quite a few people who have alternative (vocational) qualifications comparable to graduate and post-grad qualifications and there are quite a few people who don't.

    As for price, it can vary between universities. However on average it's anywhere from around £800 to £1300 per 30 point module, while 10-15 point modules will cost around £450 to £700 each. As you need, at least, 300 points to gain a BA/BSc and 360 to gain a Hons degrees, depending on what you take, what subjects and whether you stay at home or go away, it can cost anywhere from (approx.) £8000 to £25000+ for your degree.

    A big price difference from when I finished my degree 10 odd years ago...
     
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  3. Gav

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    As Portugal is a member state of the EU, you're entitled to pay the same tuition fees as a British Citizen would. If you choose to study in Scotland, you will be exempt from tuition fees altogether.
     
  4. BraderzTheDog

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    I looked at going not so long back and it was for IT related courses about 9k per year tuition fees over a 3 year period.

    But then again, its not really that much considering you have a student loan which isn't required to be paid back until you start earning.
     
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  5. Juelz

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    correct 9k per year
     
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