Paying for your tuition
When deciding where and what to study, it's important to consider your budget. There are three main costs to think about when studying abroad - tuition fees, living costs and insurance.
One of the biggest expenses will be your tuition fees. They vary depending on the University and type of course you choose.
What do tuition fees cover?
- Teaching (average of 12+ hours contact time per week while studying with INTO)
- Support services
- Use of university facilities (academic and social)
Once you've decided on your course and University, you'll need to think about how to pay your tuition fees. Tuition fees need to be paid in full before you start your course. You can pay by bank transfer or credit card through our payment partner Ingenico.
Payment plans are available on request. Contact us for details.
We also offer a number of scholarships for international students to help towards your fees.
Have a question about paying your tuition fees?Send us a message
Below you'll find tables containing a rough guide to pricing for programs at our INTO Centres. Please note that this does not include course-specific costs such as books and lab fees.
This information is correct at the time of writing, but may be subject to change.
Living on campus is a great way to settle in and make friends from your first day at university. If you'd like to stay in university accommodation, we can arrange this for you.
Accommodation costs vary depending on location and university you choose. They can be found on the 'Accommodation' page once you have selected a University.
You'll also need to consider how much money you need to cover your food, travel and other expenses. This will depend on where you live and your lifestyle.
The international student cost calculator is a useful tool to help you plan your budget. We also have handy guides on currency, managing your budget and living costs below:Managing your money in the UK
Managing your money in the US
Ready to study abroad? Don't forget about insurance. You'll need to have travel and medical insurance to cover any expenses you might encounter whilst you're living in the UK or US.
For UK students, to make sure you're covered, we'll add Uniplan insurance to your application. Uniplan is designed for international students living and studying in the UK and will cover lost personal items, travel, health and medical claims.
If you already have insurance, you'll need to make sure it includes medical cover and provide evidence of this. If you don't, we'll add the cost of Uniplan cover to your course fees.
Details on Uniplan charges can be found below:
|Period of cover||Cost|
Up to 1 month
Up to 6 weeks
Up to 2 months
|Up to 3 months||£121.98|
Up to 4 months
Up to 5 months
|Up to 6 months||£195.35|
Up to 12 months
|Up to 13 months||£384.41|
|Up to 18 months||£465.82|
|Up to 24 months||£528.29|
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