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    hey how much does it cost to study at oxbridge law for an international student..plz includ living cost if u know them thanx
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    (Original post by mon123)
    hey how much does it cost to study at oxbridge law for an international student..plz includ living cost if u know them thanx
    http://www.admin.ox.ac.uk/studentfun...es/index.shtml
    http://www2.admin.ox.ac.uk/studentfu...oursefees.php5

    Around 18,000 pounds a year for college and university fees.
    Plus another 8000 pounds a year for living, food and accomodation
    expenses. That brings the total to around 26,000 pounds a year.

    This assumes that you only spend 26 weeks a year at Oxford and does not include travel costs.
    With inflation and CPI linked increases in college and university fees, you would pay around 80,000 pounds for your 3 year degree.
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    (Original post by flugestuge)
    http://www.admin.ox.ac.uk/studentfun...es/index.shtml
    http://www2.admin.ox.ac.uk/studentfu...oursefees.php5

    Around 18,000 pounds a year for college and university fees.
    Plus another 8000 pounds a year for living, food and accomodation
    expenses. That brings the total to around 26,000 pounds a year.

    This assumes that you only spend 26 weeks a year at Oxford and does not include travel costs.
    With inflation and CPI linked increases in college and university fees, you would pay around 80,000 pounds for your 3 year degree.
    If he is from a country outside UK, but part of European Union, he pays as much as an UK student do - about 3300 pounds per year (only for the tuition though )
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    (Original post by Ivan Stanchev)
    If he is from a country outside UK, but part of European Union, he pays as much as an UK student do - about 3300 pounds per year (only for the tuition though )
    Canada is not yet part of the Europe.
    Wait long enough and plate tectonics will correct the geographical error.
    They can then apply to join the European Union.
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    (Original post by T-o dore)
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    Are you applying for LLM ?
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    (Original post by flugestuge)
    Canada is not yet part of the Europe.
    Wait long enough and plate tectonics will correct the geographical error.
    They can then apply to join the European Union.
    How the hell can I know he is from Canada but not from ... Greece, for example ?
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    (Original post by Ivan Stanchev)
    Are you applying for LLM ?
    Not this year, but I will be doing a conversion/change of course to law at some point.
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    (Original post by flugestuge)
    1. He writes like a Canadian. In Canada, capitalisation and punctuation are banned.
    2. Look at his other posts:
    Haha, what a ridiculous post.
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    (Original post by flugestuge)
    http://www.admin.ox.ac.uk/studentfun...es/index.shtml
    http://www2.admin.ox.ac.uk/studentfu...oursefees.php5

    Around 18,000 pounds a year for college and university fees.
    Plus another 8000 pounds a year for living, food and accomodation
    expenses. That brings the total to around 26,000 pounds a year.

    This assumes that you only spend 26 weeks a year at Oxford and does not include travel costs.
    With inflation and CPI linked increases in college and university fees, you would pay around 80,000 pounds for your 3 year degree.
    This looks right. The number is pretty similar for Cambridge, but they figure roughly £15k for college and university fees, and £11k for living expenses (that's based on a year, not 26 weeks). I have been asked to prove funding of £52k for my two year law degree, and am in the process of working out how to do that.
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    (Original post by flugestuge)
    Since you are both reading and humour impaired, I have tried to make my post clearer.
    What?
    I found it funny.
 
 
 

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