Living cost
Before arriving at the university, you need to book your accommodation and manage your finances. Before starting your course of study, make sure you’ve sufficient funding with you to cover accommodation, tuition fees, stationery, food, and social cost. Current UK student visa
requirements state that you must have at least £1,015 in your account each month you plan to stay in the UK anywhere outside of London which happens to be £12,180 per year.
To cover your accommodation, food, bills, and other living costs you can estimate around £800 –£1,300 a month. This is a rough estimation. Cost may differ according to the city you live in and how much you want to spend.

If you buy your own food, it could cost you about £25 to £30 per week.

Mobile and Internet
The cost of mobile and internet charges varies upon providers but prepaid services are generally cheaper. £10 per week will cover all your mobile and internet bills.

If you live in an apartment or house, you need to calculate the bills of water, heating, electricity, etc, that will cost you around £10 per week depending on the time of the year.

If you live far from the university, you’ll need to include travel expenses in your budget. So it can go from £10 to £20 per week depending on the traveling distance.

Study Materials 

During your university time, you’ll need to buy books, printer cartridges, notepads, paper, etc. This can be around £10/week.

When you come to the UK, there will be some time for fun so you need to estimate the cost for it. So it can go from £20-£30 months.
You can discuss accommodation and living cost plans with our expert team of counselors.

You can try the National Union of Students Card and the International Student Identity Card to get discounts in many shops, restaurants, and businesses.
For more discounts and budgeting you can visit this.

Book a session and discuss other financial requirements for UK  Admission Process with our team of experts.