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Working with Coventry University

Working with Coventry University London 

To support Coventry University London's next exciting phase of development, we are seeking to appoint enthusiastic and passionate professionals who will help us to become a key university of choice in London.

This is an exciting time to join Coventry University London's rich and dynamic working environment, offering the opportunity to grow and develop your career in a modern, forward-thinking educational institution with a passion for creating, supporting and developing the next generation of business leaders.

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Cost of Living

Please remember that for visa purposes you must be able to demonstrate that you have sufficient funds in your bank account to pay for living expenses while you are studying in London.

Below is an approximate guide to the minimum amount you should expect for living expenses in London but please expect that these expenses can vary widely depending on your personal preferences.

Accommodation in halls of residence

£600 – 900 per month
Private accommodation £600 – 900 per month
Bills (electric / gas / water) £30 - £50 per month
Food / housekeeping £150 - £200 per month
TV licence (mandatory with TV) £145.50 per year

Mobile phone

£30 per month
Clothes / shoes £31 per month

Leisure / sport

£20 per month
Books / stationery £21 per month
Socialising £110 per month

Travel / transport

£25 per week on average depending on where you live

 

Council tax

Council tax is a system of local taxation on domestic properties collected by local authorities to pay for local public services (i.e. Street lighting, rubbish collection).

Full time students are normally eligible for council tax exemption provided that everyone at your address is aged 18 or over and they are all full time students. The rules are different if you live with someone who is not a full-time student – but your household could still get up to a 25% discount.