Cheapest Universities In The UK for Nigerian Students



Here are some of the cheapest universities in the UK based on their tuition fees for the 2022/2023 academic year (for full-time undergraduate courses for UK and EU students).

Please note that these fees are subject to change and do not include living expenses:

1. University of Cumbria: £9,250 per year

2. University of Bolton: £9,250 per year

3. University of Suffolk: £9,250 per year

4. Leeds Trinity University: £9,250 per year

5. London Metropolitan University: £9,250 per year

6. University of Bedfordshire: £9,330 per year

7. University of Wales Trinity Saint David: £9,500 per year

8. Buckinghamshire New University: £9,500 per year

9. University of St Mark & St John: £9,500 per year

10. University of Central Lancashire: £9,600 per year.

It’s worth noting that tuition fees for international students are generally higher than those for UK and EU students, and some courses may have additional fees.

Additionally, living expenses can be a significant cost, particularly in London and other major cities. It’s important to research all the costs associated with attending a university in the UK before making a decision.


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