In the northeast of Scotland is the lovely granite city, Aberdeen. It is nicknamed Granite city due to its ancient grey-stone walls and buildings. According to the 2019 best and most affordable student city rankings, Aberdeen is the top affordable place, especially when you are an international student. Aberdeen is also home to the University of Aberdeen, which is the UK’s fifth oldest, with the monthly cost of living compared to London, being over £3215 lower.
The second largest city in the UK is Manchester and is the second cheapest to live in. Here students have the prestigious University of Manchester as a top choice. On the River Tyne in England’s north-eastern region is the lovely city of Newcastle. Here are two excellent and affordable student bodies, Durham University and Newcastle University. In the heart of England is Nottingham which is next on the list of affordability. It is home to one of the best internationally ranked universities, which is the University of Nottingham. In Scotland’s western Lowlands is the port city, Glasgow, which also makes the list of best and affordable cities where you will pay much less. The University of Glasgow is one of the world’s top 300 learning facilities.