Are you thinking about studying abroad, but the cost and expenses are restricting airflow and making your japa plans look impossible? WAIT! Before you drop your ambition of studying abroad simply because you think it is too expensive, fear not. This article uncovers affordable European Countries where you can study without breaking the bank.
USA, UK and Canada shouldn’t be your only option or to go to plan for studying abroad. Europe has so many great options for masters and Undergraduate programs and the cost of living is usually so affordable.
Here are some affordable European countries for international students:
Sweden: Tuition fees for International students may vary depending on the universities, courses, and programmes. International students can expect to pay between 7,500 – 25,500 EUR/year for a Bachelor’s or Master’s programme. There are also a lot of scholarships and funding options for international students.
Cyprus: Tuition fees in Cyprus universities are between 3,400 and 8,000 EUR per year and some scholarship opportunities are available to students.
Cyprus universities have cheap accommodation and attractive facilities. Most universities and colleges have their own dormitories and accommodation costs around 150 EUR per month.
Germany: Most public universities in Germany are tuition-free. They don’t charge students for any tuition fees regardless of their nationality. Students only have to cover their living costs, like accommodation, food, transport, and so on.
The cost of living in Germany is quite affordable. The average living costs for students range between 700 – 1,000 EUR/month. This is another huge benefit of studying in Germany.
Poland: Poland is pretty much the most affordable European country to live in. Living costs in the country are low. Living costs for international students could be 350 – 550 EUR/month. International students pay between 500 – 6,000 EUR/academic year for Bachelor’s degrees and 1,000 – 8,000 EUR/academic year for Master’s degrees.
Italy: Italian universities’ tuition fees are more affordable compared to other western European countries. An International student can be looking at #5000 to #10,000 per year for Bachelor or Masters.
Scholarships and funding opportunities are also available to international students. Most scholarships in Italy are offered by the government or by the universities.
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