As an international student, your first step in your plan should be to find the cheapest accommodations or shared accommodations in the UK. Many UK universities have their own Halls of Residence for international students.
The common space includes a shared kitchen, lounge area, utility space, and bathrooms. You may be allotted one bed in a room or may share the room with another student. However, if you choose to rent privately and share the space with your friends, the universities also have clubs and committees specifically created to assist you in these areas.
Living in the university accommodation may cost you around £4,914 annually. If renting privately, you are also required to pay for essentials and other charges such as fixing a door, mending a wall, or buying furniture. You may have to pay nearly £9000 annually if living in the city centre, considering you rent a one-bedroom apartment. For a 3BHK, you will have to pay approximately £1300 per month in the city, or £1000 if living outside the city.