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If you’re interested in studying abroad in London, check out my updated eBook on everything you need to know!
To continue on with our budgeting theme this week (THRILLING topic, I know!) I’ve put together a study abroad in London budget worksheet to figuring out how much you’ll be spending while abroad. It’s broken down by weekly totals (so multiply this by the weeks you will be abroad) and overall “one-time” spend items.
It’s not meant to be a perfect calculation, as prices vary depending on where you live and shop. It will also vary depending on what time of ‘spender’ you are and what your plans are while in London.
If you’ve planning on traveling in Europe every weekend, you’re going to need to budget hundreds (or thousands) more than someone who is going to spend every weekend walking to free events in the city.
Hey, sidenote! If you’re traveling to the UK or live in the UK, whether for a short period of time or as an expat, why don’t you join my Facebook group where you can ask questions, get advice or just look at pretty pictures of this part of the world! Just click here to request to join and I’ll add you!
You can also check out my ultimate guide to visiting London here, which comes with 70+ topics including how to stay safe in London, how to budget for London, and what to skip in the city!
This guide also assumes that your program is already paid for (or will be paid for separately) and that housing is covered as part of the program.
If you have any corrections or questions or want to chat about the time I stupidly didn’t budget my semester and ran out of money at the end and left the country with 0 dollars, pounds, or euros to my name, get in touch! 0/10, do not recommend.
Download the PDF: Study Abroad Budgeting Worksheet