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How much will I be paying at university?

FAQs / How much will I be paying at university?

The government introduced fee caps that have risen on an election basis for a number of years. At the moment, £9,000 is the most that a university can legally charge students.

In England and Wales, fees are set at a maximum of £9,000 for everyone. Studying in Scotland is free-of-charge, for those that are born in Scotland and other eligible EU Nations, for those from elsewhere in the United Kingdom, the price is £9,000. The price in Northern Ireland is £9,000, but for those who are for Northern Ireland, the price is significantly less at £3,925.

For more information on Tuition Fees and International Students, check out our comprehensive guide here:
https://universitycompare.com/university-advice/international-students-guide-uk-tuiton-fees/

For more on Grants, Scholarships and Bursaries, be sure to check out our comprehensive guide, here:
https://universitycompare.com/university-advice/student-grants-scholarships-bursaries-everything-need-know/

For more on Student Finance, check out our informative guide here:
https://universitycompare.com/university-advice/student-finance-everything-need-know/ 

For more on Scottish degrees and finances, check out our article here: https://universitycompare.com/university-advice/student-finance-scotland-everything-need-know/

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