Austria – When it comes to providing top quality and affordable university education, Austria’s universities does a great job in striking a perfect balance for international students. Averagely, public universities in Austria will charge tuition fees of only about €600, or about $700 USD, per semester to non-European Union (EU) students. Students from developing countries may even qualify to waive their tuition fees entirely.
Czech Republic –If you can learn and study in Czech language, you won’t have to pay any tuition fees when you enroll in a public university. For those who would like to study in English, the Czech Republic is still a compelling option for international students, with tuition fees hovering around or about $1,100 USD, per semester. Given the Czech Republic’s well-esteemed universities, it’s an excellent bargain for any student looking to study abroad.
France – Though living costs in France might be high relative to its neighbors, the cost of higher education is a much different story.Regardless of their nationality, international students can enjoy free or low-cost tuition at many of France’s public universities. On average, fees in France will often amount to no morethan just €200, or about $300 USD, per year. Though most undergraduate programs are taught in French, an increasing number of graduate program have begun implementing instruction in English.
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Greece– The costs of living in Greece are among the lowest in the European Union, make it an attractive option for international students wishing to study there. The cost of attending a public university in Greece, of course, is similarly affordable, usually amounting to no more than €750, or about $800 USD, per semester. As an added bonus, course textbooks are often given away for free, so students can save that extra bit of cash.
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