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What are the distance learning Master Degrees with the lowest

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What are the distance learning Master Degrees with the lowest tuition in the UK in the field of social sciences (e.g. psychology, business, history, etc) at public Universities for someone who lives in Europe?
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: General
Expert:  Cher replied 7 years ago.
Hello John, and thanks for your question.

You will be able to learn more re: tuition, course offerings, and requirements, at the following distance learning Universities by contacting them directly; inquire re: financial assistance, if needed: (copy and paste these into your browser) (not sure if they offer distance learning)

You can see many more, listed here:

I wish you much good luck in your studies.

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Customer: replied 7 years ago.
I'm looking more for "real" numbers. E.g. the degrees listed there:
are all in the 5000-6000 pound area but are for international students. Since there are discounts at some universities for European students, I'm looking for some degree tuitions beeing lower than that.
Expert:  Cher replied 7 years ago.
Hello again, John and thanks for your accept and your reply.

I understand what you mean, distinguishing between 'international' students and 'European' students, however, the best way to find this information would be to contact the Universities directly. Also, as you can see here, although it does say for 'international students', many universities offer avenues to obtain scholarships and sponsorships to help with tuition.

I'm at a slight disadvantage, not living in the UK or Europe, but perhaps your Consulate's Department of Education where you are living now, can provide some additional information on opportunities for European students to receive lowered tuitions or scholarships.