HELP! University of Communications in U.K

<p>I'm an Italian student and I'm looking to take Communications at a university in the U.K., but almost all of them are expensive.I have found Temple University. It looks very good, but I don't know how much it costs for the whole 3 years.Can you explain this, or suggest a better or cheaper one?</p>

<p>I’m a UK student, and I’ve never heard of Temple University before. A quick google suggests that it’s a US uni with a campus in London. </p>

<p>However, are you aware that if you’re studying at a normal university (i.e. not Temple) in the UK, and you’ve been resident in the EU for 3 years, you’ll be eligible for a full tuition fee loan from the government. It’s low interest, and you only start paying it back when you earn £21k+. </p>

<p>You’d still need to pay for living expenses yourself though</p>

<p>thanks for reply…yes I know it , but i wouldn’t want to do any loan from the government, even if almost everyone do it. So do you know a “normal” or a better University? :smiley: </p>

<p>University fees in the UK range from £6000-£9000. You can find a break out here: <a href=“”></a></p>

<p>Given that the loan repayments are so soft that most people won’t end up paying it all off, and the government has great trouble in actually collecting the money from EU students who leave the UK after their studies, you’d be mad not to take the loan. There’s a decent explanation here <a href=“”></a></p>

<p>You can search the database of all courses that are available at UK unis at <a href=“”></a> and <a href=“”></a> </p>