Are you planning to study in Europe? Which country that can fit with your budget and interest? If you think you can afford around £20.000 for studying in Europe, then you are lucky. But if you can’t, then you can start to count at a scholarship. Here is recommended countries that cheapest when you choose to study in Europe.
- Norway. In general, living cost in Norway is high, but the student takes benefit when they study in Norway. First, most public universities in Norway not charge international student for tuition fees. Second, the living cost for a student in Norway can be reduced drastically as the result of a mandatory tax called student union fee. The benefit of paying this tax includes taking a discount on public transport, school exam, and many more.
- Netherland. Netherland is one of the cheapest countries for tuition fees. The tuition is not free for international students.
- Austria. The EU students in public university in Australia is expected only need to pay around €18 per semester and for non-EU foreign student need to pay €726.25 per semester.
- Finland. The universities in Finland offer cheap cost education to international students that not from EU countries. The costs of living in Finland start from $8000 per annum. However, you can study as a free international student who is included as a citizen from EU countries, EEA or Switzerland. There are several conditions attached though it.
- Germany. In 2014, the Germany government abolished the tuition charge for the undergraduate’s level. This applies both for national and international students. What you need to care when a study in Germany is living cost. The living cost for a student in Germany is estimated at around $300 per month.
- Sweden. Sweden is a member of the EU, so a student from EU/EEA or Switzerland will pay the same as the Sweden national students. The exchange student needs to pay tuition fees to depend on the agreement between Swedish and foreign universities.