I thought this was interesting info:

UK tuition fees vary depending on your home country. For home students, English universities can charge up to a maximum of £9,250 per year for an undergraduate degree. Institutions in Wales can charge up to £9,000 for home students and £3,925 for European Union and Northern Irish students. However, if you are Welsh student, you can apply for a fee grant to cover some of the cost of your tuition fees. This grant is currently not repayable or income-assessed. ...In 2017, international students paid between £10,000 and £35,000 annually for lecture-based undergraduate degrees. An undergraduate medical degree can cost overseas students up to £38,000 per year.

https://www.timeshighereducation.com...-university-uk


Now compare that to the cost of tuition in Belgium:

Brussels, the capital of Belgium and indeed the entire country is affordable for international students, the average tuition fees is US$ 1000 per annum. The cost of living is relatively low and the quality of living is high.

http://www.travelstart.com.ng/blog/t...-study-abroad/