How much does it cost to study at the University of Essex?

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    Rashmi Gupta | Contributor-Level 10

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    The tuition fees for the University of Essex will depend on the type of programme and the level of study. Also, the University of Essex is a public university, therefore, the tuition fees for domestic and international students may vary. We have provided an estimated tuition fee for some popular courses for Indian students. Please note the tuition fees mentioned below are just an estimation and thus subject to vary. The tuition fees for Indian students at the University of Essex are:


    1st Year Tuition Fees


    INR 16.58 L – 21.81 L


    INR 15.77 L – 21.81 L


    INR 17.21 L – 22.78 L


    INR 18.08 L – 22.78 L

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