Yorkshire is a great
place to live, study and work, and could be the perfect place for you to
progress in higher education and beyond.
Yorkshire offers outstanding teaching and learning in the highest quality facilities in places where living on a student budget
can be easily managed.Together
its award winning 10 universities and 2 higher education institutions offer
excellence in every kind of academic subject and preparation for the widest
range of employment opportunities.
strength of Yorkshire’s universities is that they are so distinctive in what
they offer. The
region has excellent examples of every kind of higher education institution from Russell Group universities, rich heritage locations, and
institutions in rural settings, former colleges offering specialist provision
and universities situated in our lively and interesting towns and cities. Yorkshire really does have it
also makes financial sense to study here - the National Union of Students (NUS)
in the UK estimates average annual living and study expenses at £16,613 in
London and £15,525 for areas outside London. In Yorkshire, the average cost of
living for students is estimated between £7,000 and £12,000 for a year,
offering students great value for money.
students get the best of all worlds – outstanding teaching and learning in the
highest quality facilities in places where living on a student budget can be
more easily managed.