University of Cambridge
What needs to be said about the third oldest and possibly most famous university in the world? Established in 1209 by renegade Oxford scholars, Cambridge has been at the forefront of western academia for eight hundred years. Its ancient and beautiful college buildings have been a place of study and research for some of the most important thinkers in history (including Francis Bacon, Isaac Newton and Charles Darwin) and have witnessed some of the most significant scientific discoveries of all time. This is further represented in the fact that the university has produced 89 Nobel Prize winners and 15 British Prime Ministers. The university today has 18,000 students (including 6,000 postgraduates) and is often ranked as the best higher education institution in the world.
International student fees / per annum:
Undergraduate: From £13,600 – £20,700
Postgraduate: From £14,300 – £20,700