University of Leeds
Leeds is one of the largest cities in the north of England, with a population of 750,000, although it sits in close proximity to the Peak District and Yorkshire Dales National Parks allowing easy escape from the urban bustle. The University of Leeds was founded in 1904 and is now one of the largest universities in the country, with 33,000 students (including 9,000 postgraduates).
The university has been the base for five winners of the Nobel Prize and it has a particularly strong reputation in medicine and electrical, mechanical and chemical engineering.
International student fees:
Undergraduate: £12,900 – £16,500
Postgraduate: £13,300 – £16,800