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The cost of living in the UK varies depending on whether you live in or outside London and on your own particular lifestyle.

The following is a just an estimate:

Outside London: £7,000 per year
London: £9,000 or more per year
A lot also depends on the standard of living you expect to enjoy.
These include the cost of accommodation, heating, lighting, food, clothing, books and dailytravel for one person for one year.

There are some special reductions offered to students at many local shops, theatres, cinemas, museums and galleries; and special student fares are available on buses and trains. You normally need to show your student ID/matriculation card to be able to take advantage of the reductions.

Living costs

When you are planning your budget for living in the UK, it is not just your course fees that you need to take into account. You also need to calculate your everyday living expenses including your food, accommodation(rent and other bills), books and equipment, and clothes - making sure that you have enough left over for leisure activities and socializing. The cost ofliving varies between different regions of the UK, London, for example, is more expensive than average and costs may also be high in other major UK cities. Generally, living in the northern part of UK is cheaper as compared to living near to southern regions. Of course, the cost of a pair of jeans can vary hugely, depending on how important fashion and designer labels are to you.

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