Studying in the country famous for its beautiful English accent has been one of the popular education destinations for international students. UK has many universities with the best education quality in the world. This is part-2 of the article that describe the 5 cities in UK that fits for student who are budget conscious. Fortunately, London is not the only city in UK that has high quality universities. According to 2016 Student Living Index released by Natwest in 2016, there are 10 cost-effective cities in the UK that could be an alternative for you who want to study in the country famous for its BigBen.Here are 10 Cost-Effective Cities to Study in UK (Part 2).
Average term-time income: £1,357.38
Rent (weekly): £113.92
Bills (weekly): £9.38
Going out (weekly): £6.42
York is a vibrant and friendly city for students, especially international students. The city famous for University of York is a contemporary, charming, iconic city and is known for its history and rich cultural heritage. With a population of around 200,000 people, the city is big enough to feel crowded, and small enough to be a friendly city and also easy for biking and walking around.
Average term-time income: £1,136.52
Rent (weekly): £81.47
Bills (weekly): £10.45
Going out (weekly): £4.69
Home to Cardiff University, Cardiff has become one of the cities with low living costs. Public transportation is inexpensive and most students prefer to bike or walk while enjoying the city.
Average term-time income: £1,270.57
Rent (weekly): £105.72
Bills (weekly): £6.52
Going out (weekly): £7.36
The city is known for its vibrant nightlife and good shopping facilities. Public transportation such as buses are not expensive so that students can explore the city at an affordable cost. University of Nottingham is one of the leading universities in the city.
Average term-time income: £1,284.29
Rent (weekly): £104.62
Bills (weekly): £9.56
Going out (weekly): £5.02
The city is the second biggest student cities in UK and is home to Birmingham City University and the University of Birmingham. With a cosmopolitan culture and many restaurants, theaters, and live music venues make the city has a low living cost and a suitable place for living and learning.
Average term-time income: £1,319.89
Rent (weekly): £94.49
Bills (weekly): £12.99
Going out (weekly): £5.97
The city is home to the University of Dundee and also to big companies such as DC Thomson, publisher of the Press and Journal, the Beano and the Dandy. The city is also located on the Firth of Tay and the Highlands which can be reached easily for outdoor activities.
With a lot of city choices outside London as your educational destination, which city would you choose? For further information, please contact our counselors at the nearest SUN Education office. (NRK)