Tuition fees and everyday expenses
Tuition fees and living costs are the main areas to consider when allocating your finances.
You will need to buy things you may have taken for granted at home (such as food and washing powder) and it’s wise to think about all these issues when devising your budget.
Reasonable living costs in Worcester
The cost of living in Worcester is comparatively very reasonable. Rent and many other costs are lower than larger cities. The proximity of our campuses and halls of residence to each other and to the city centre means that you won’t need spend additional money on transportation.
If you require a car, there are spaces available for on campus parking. View our car parking charges.
For an undergraduate student living on the University campus for the 38 week academic year, a student will need in the region of £6,000 to £7,500 to cover living expenses.
University accommodation ranges from £91 to £149 per week.
If you are an international student, you should ensure that you have enough funds to cover your tuition and living costs for the duration of your course before you apply for a visa. If you cannot provide an official letter from a sponsor stating that they will cover all of your fees and living costs for the duration of your course, you must be able to prove that you have sufficient funds to be able cover the cost of your course and your stay in the UK.