Sign In | Register
Study Abroad Questions and Answers
Search For A Question
Question asked in Fees and Living Costs
Is the part-time earning in Scotland sufficient for tuition fees and living expenses?
Asked by: anilch
Answers: 1
Views: 1748
Posted on Tue, 1 Jul 2008 12:54:06 GMT
Question Description
If students work part-time in Scotland, will the earnings made be enough to pay for tuition fees and living expenses in Scotland?

Estimated annual living expense for international students in Scotland is around £6250. By doing part-time job for 20 hours a week at rate of £6 per hour you can earn £4320 in 9 months. Remaining 3 months you can do full-time jobs which will be about 40 hours a week. So working 40 hours a week at rate of £6 per hour you’ll earn £2880 in three months. Therefore your total annual income will be £7200. This income will be enough to pay for your living expenses but it will not be enough to pay for your tuition fees.

These are my rough calculations with estimated data. It may not apply to you depending upon some actors like your lifestyle and tuition fee of your institution.

Rate it!
MyWorld answered 9 years and 8 months ago
Ask Your Question
Ask your studying abroad related question here. Your question will be answered by experts and other EduCouncil QnA members.
Characters Left
Why should I ask?
EduCouncil doesn't guarantee the accuracy of the information available in EduCouncil QnA. Read Full Disclaimer
Help us improve. Give Feedback
Privacy Policy | Terms of Service | Help | Contact
Copyright © EduCouncil 2008-2018