RL360's International Savings Education Fee Calculator

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Education fee calculator

Whether your child is two years old or about to go to high school, it’s never too early or too late to start saving for your child’s university education.

Our Education Planning calculator helps you estimate how much you need to invest to fund your child's future education.

This calculator allows you to estimate the future cost of school/university fees based on the information inserted below.


This is only a summary and general introduction to the RL360 Regular Savings Plan. You should speak to your financial adviser and read the Regular Savings Plan literature before making an investment decision. We can only accept business that is introduced via a financial adviser.

Total cost:

*Total CostGBP 0

*Total Cost - This is the total estimated cost in future money terms required to fund private schooling/university.

Confucius said that if you want to know where your riches are buried, look inside your children’s heads. Scholars assume he was talking about the value of education. We suspect he might also have had the cost in mind. Because, sadly, a good education can be eye-openingly expensive.

Here are some of the main costs you could have to meet:

  • School entrance fees
  • tuition fees
  • boarding fees (if applicable)

Further costs including:

  • uniforms and sports kit
  • transportation
  • trips
  • other extracurricular (and often extraordinarily expensive) activities.

An exceptional education is one of the greatest opportunities you can give your child, and is a valuable investment for their future.

Our Regular Savings Plan is a quality product for those who wish to save for their future regularly but flexibly - perhaps to supplement savings outside of a pension or other tax-advantaged vehicles. It provides the potential to build up cash for substantial future expenditures, such as paying school or university fees, or supplementing income in retirement.