The UK is becoming a more favoured destination for African students given the post study work visa that offers a pathway to residency and possible citizenship long term.
While post graduate tuition fees in the UK could be as high as £40,000 per annum, there are schools with fees as low as £10,000 per annum.
Also, International students could make tuition payments in up to 3 installments. This lowers the entry costs making it more affordable in principle.
The next hurdle financially would be the living costs and while students can work up to 20 hours a week, the wage proceeds can only go as far as the cost of living.
Often, the bulk of living costs are spent on Rent.
We are providing you with a list of the top 15 cities in the entire UK (England, Scotland & Wales) with the lowest rents to inform your decision when seeking out schools.
The data was mined from Numbeo
1. Kingston upon Hull (18.46 Rent Index)
2. Derby .
10. Newcastle upon Tyre
15. Leeds (27.54 Rent Index)
London, Oxford and Brighton have the highest rents in the UK with indices of 66.29, 54.78 and 49.44 respectively.