item889 2021-1-11 11:58 AM
GreatBritian 2021-2-2 04:19 AM
It's perhaps not the best year to study abroad, in the UK or elsewhere. The reason is well known.
Having said that, you can still come to study in the UK, and the living cost depends on the region. Bigger cities are more expensive than smaller ones for the obvious reasons. The accommodation cost in London can exceed £1,000 per month, but in a smaller city you may only need half of that. Food cost is in the region of £200-£500 if they cook the food themselves, or £400-£900 if they mostly order takeaways or eat out. Of course there's other costs too, such as transportation if they need to take a bus or tube to the school, or medical expenses if they need to refill prescriptions periodically.
I'd suggest talk to people who has or had their children studied in the UK, and they will give you a much better idea not only about the essential expenses, but also the discretionary expenses, such as a new laptop or a trip to Norway kind of things.