Latest information: Remote study for UK

Kaplan International College London cost of living

Studying abroad is always a big investment, and it’s not only your tuition fees you need to think about. You’ll need to consider things like accommodation costs, course learning material costs and living expenses too.

The information below should help you understand the costs of studying abroad a bit better.

Pathway course cost typeGuide cost (2022–23 academic year)
Course learning materials£200 to £500
Accommodation in London£6,600 to £19,500*
Living expenses in London
(including food, transport and social activities)
At least £1,334 per month
Administration fee£200
Insurance£470 to £747
*Prices are estimates based on previous intakes, and are subject to change.

Course learning materials

The cost of course learning materials varies depending on your course. The exact amount will be confirmed in your invoice that accompanies your offer letter.

Accommodation costs

All of our accommodation prices are highly competitive. Your accommodation fees will depend on your contract length and chosen housing option. See our Kaplan International College London accommodation page for more information.

Living expenses

You’ll need at least £1,334 for each month of your pathway course, in keeping with UKVI regulations for the London area. Contact us for more information.

Administration fee

You’ll be charged an administration fee to cover administration costs related to your application. This is payable at the same time as your tuition deposit if you accept an offer to study at the College.


We offer EduTravel to all students. This comprehensive insurance policy for studying abroad is offered in partnership with Endsleigh, a leading insurance provider. The price will depend on the length of policy you need — the exact cost will be confirmed in the invoice that accompanies your offer letter. If you start your pathway course online from home, we will adjust the length of your insurance policy to fit any part of your course that you study in the UK.

Paid work

If you have a Student visa you can work 10 hours per week during term-time and full-time during holiday periods. You cannot undertake any type of self-employment or business activity.