United Kingdom
Lancaster University
The University of Lancaster, which got its royal charter in 1964, is a public research and collegiate university in Lancaster, Lancashire, England. The institution offers about 300 undergraduate programmes and 200 graduate degrees. The University is divided into four main faculties: arts and social sciences, health and medicine, management school, science and technology, and other departments.

Cost of attendance

The average yearly cost of attendance for Undergraduate Programs is 1,826,741 INR / Year, and the cost of attendance for Post Graduate Programs is 1,579,813 INR / Year for international students. The amount may vary depending on the course chosen, the type of housing, and the candidate's personal spending habits.


Within the graduate college, there are eight undergraduate residences and one graduate residence. A bed (some with under-bed storage), wardrobe, desk and chair, blinds, mirror, drawers, bookshelves, and washbasin are all standard room amenities. Common rooms, Wi-Fi, laundry, freezer, stoves, toaster, microwave, ironing board, kettle, fridge, cabinet storage space, vacuum cleaner, 24-hour reception, and ironing board are among the amenities. Lancaster University offers off-campus housing assistance and information to students who choose to live off-campus. Since 2010, the University of Lancaster has been named the United Kingdom's Best University Halls eight times by the National Student Housing Awards. The on-campus price for undergraduates over 40 weeks is £9,240, and the price for postgraduates (52 weeks) is £12,012. The typical off-campus rent range is £90- £105 per week.

Acceptance rate

There are 11986 students registered in total. The university is reasonably priced for international students, and it now has close to 3000 international students. The acceptance percentage is 86.0 percent.


Lancaster University's campus is located on the Bailrigg campus, a lovely 560-acre parkland setting only three miles from Lancaster city centre. The institution is home to the Peter Scott Gallery, which contains the university's foreign art collection, which includes antiquities, Japanese and Chinese art, and works by twentieth-century British painters, among other things. Another university campus known as Forest Hills is used as a conference venue. At the university sports facility, there is a 25-meter swimming pool with 8 lanes and a 'floating floor.' The facility features 1,300 technology-enabled workplaces organised around a central atrium filled with natural light. There are eight tennis courts, six Association Football pitches, five netball courts, a trim path, three rugby pitches, two floodlit synthetic grass pitches, a crown bowling green, and a forest walk on the campus.


LUMS' accreditation was confirmed in 2021 after its first-ever application was reviewed by an independent panel. 

Jobs and Placement

Students can schedule an appointment with a counsellor, and the employment service team posts several part-time job openings. The team also assists with CV creation, cover letter writing, interview preparation, and has hosted numerous employment and career-related events. Deloitte, Loreal, IBM, Body Shop, Unilever, Intel, EY, Morgan Stanley, Tesco, Renault, and many other companies recruit Lancaster alumni. 89 percent of graduates go on to be employed within six months of graduation. In 207-2018, the average placement salary for graduates was 18,000 AUD.

QS Ranking

132th in QS Global World Ranking in 2022

The Ranking

=122th in the list of World University Rankings by Times Higher Education in 2020 

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