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hello im From Italia and i want To study in a economic university with a reasonable price in UK please any suggestion or advice
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Hi, unfortunately UK universities are very expensive, particularly compared to Europe. LSE is a very good economics university but it is in London, so probably too expensive, the same applies to UCL and Imperial. Oxford and Cambridge are worth paying the high costs to live in but are very hard to get into. I’d probably say the most affordable good economics universities would be Warwick, Manchester, Leeds, Durham (if you don’t mind living outside the city) and maybe Loughborough or if you’re thinking about Scotland you could also consider St Andrews
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thank you very much do you have please any ideas about wrexham glyndwr university ?
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I think the living costs in that area should be quite affordable, if it has a course that you like then feel free to apply
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thank youu
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hello im From Italia and i want To study in a economic university with a reasonable price in UK please any suggestion or advice
Pretty much all universities in the UK are the same price for EU students (you need to check what happens with Brexit arrangements). The cost of living varies a lot however between areas.
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Isn't university free for all non-UK EU nationals in Scotland? Edinburgh & Glasgow are great universities. There is nothing reasonably priced in England.
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Isn't university free for all non-UK EU nationals in Scotland? Edinburgh & Glasgow are great universities. There is nothing reasonably priced in England.
I agree with this, several good universities in Scotland that are just as good and will end up much cheaper, even if living costs are slightly more than some English cities
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i saw in internet that there is some university that coast £10,500 per year in England is it true?
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i saw in internet that there is some university that coast £10,500 per year in England is it true?
they are not quite that expensive but not far off. You get a loan for this to be paid back when you earn. I'm note sure how good they are at collecting from EU graduates. Can Italian tax authorities collect Italian taxes let alone English ones?
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what is it a loaan?
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what is it a loaan?
A loan is when you borrow money - for example of you want to buy a car you might go to a bank and borrow money.

For student loans you sign a contract with the government to say you will pay a percentage (9%) of your salary over a minimum level (around £25,000 a year) to pay back the cost of your course fees plus interest. After a certain number of years (I think 30) you don't need to pay back any more even if you haven't paid back all of the balance. The money is generally collected like a tax through you payments from your employer.

As noted above Scottish universities may be free for you and they have many fine universities. What do you want to study? How strong are your grades?
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i want To study something that has something To do with the economy im still in high school and this is my last year and im still confused
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i want To study something that has something To do with the economy im still in high school and this is my last year and im still confused
Why not look at the websites for Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dundee and Heriott Watt universities and see if they look interesting?
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ok I will do it thank you so much for your help
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