Germany did away with tuition fees in 2014 so there are no tuition fees charged international students at public universities across the country. This is just for undergraduate courses and postgraduate ones do have a cost depending on which uni you go to. Click here to find the right degree course for you.
All students from within the EU or EEA are eligible to do an undergraduate degree at a public university for free. Even for non EU students tuition fees are dependent on the course but average at €1,500 per year. Bargain! Find out more here.
Although not as many universities in France offer free degrees compared to Germany, many of their courses are extremely cheap. Some charge a mere €190 for a whole year, though this depends on the subject you want to study. Still, in comparison to the UK this is amazing!
- Nordic countries
Norway, Denmark, Sweden and Finland are known as the Nordic countries and most of them offer free education. In Finland you might not need to pay a penny for your degree but be aware that non European students may have to part with some cash. Norwayoffers free undergraduate programs if you can speak the language well but there are many free postgraduate courses that are taught in English. If you’re an EU or EEA citizen you’ll be entitled to a free undergraduate course in Denmark and Sweden.
For EU and EEA students the first two semesters of your course will be free, with a fee of €363.36 per semester afterwards. For those who aren’t from a European country you can study for €726.72 per semester which is still great value! For more info click here.
- Czech Republic
If you speak Czech you can study at any public university for free, but if you want to study in English you would have to pay up to $15,000 per year depending on which course you pick. Many courses are $1,080 per semester.
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