I would follow the directions that ginseng outlined in the answer above as some Universities do have partnerships with schools in England and this would be the easiest method to finance as you would be able to use your initial loan to cover all or a just a percentage of the costs.
Regarding visas, you will need one to study in the United Kingdom. You will require a student visa (INF 5) and more information about the requirements and application procedures can be found on the website below.
As far as cost of living goes, this varies greatly. The general rule of thumb is that the further south you are the more expensive daily life becomes from a simple shopping list to the rent you pay for an apartment/house, while the further north you are the cheaper things become.
So my suggestion to you is to look at Universities in the following cities.
They all offer relativity affordable costs of living in comparison to locations further south while still giving you plenty of things to do and all are viberant places to live with a strong student population.
im going uni this year! its very expensive, especially to live in london. i went to canada and the food was so good and cheap, but here you should be self catered unless you want to spend a fortune. I dno about visa and all that. Come to England! Hope everything goes well. gd luck
Every University is different. Yours may even have a partnership with a school in England where you pay the same tuition etc. I would go to your admissions office or look on your university's website and find the Study Abroad programs. Find out how the staff or faculty adviser is and contact them. Also look at the universities in England you're considering and contact their international students programs.
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