Fees for UK courses as well as available financial support will vary depending on the level of study, programme of study and where in the UK you decide to study. Generally, international students can expect to pay between £10,000 and £26,000 annually, and typically an undergraduate degree course will last for three years. We advise that students should check the cost of course fees with the university or college they are applying to, as universities set the fees themselves.
Remember that UK institutions will also provide information regarding additional financial support for students from the EU (for example scholarships, grants and bursaries). And do not forget that some institutions in Spain, including Santander Universidades, La Caixa and many foundations have grants available to help Spanish students study in the UK.
EU students who began their chosen programme of study in 2020 -21 academic year will continue to access the financial support to cover tuition fees which home students have access to.
Find more guidance on fees, scholarships, visas and more in our new Study UK Guide for Advisors (Europe). Available to download at the end of this page.