Low Tuition Universities in Russia, Georgia, Poland, France and Belgium

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For those who cant afford tuition fees in countries such as Australia, US and UK, there are better options in Europe that still offer top quality education with low tuition fees for foreign students.

This article will analyze these countries, their Universities, cost of study and cost of living.

RUSSIA

Russia is a beautiful country located between North Eastern Europe and North Eastern Asia. There are roughly   230 universities operating in Russia.

COST OF LIVING IN RUSSIA

The Cost of living is not too expensive; to cover the expenses of food, accommodation and more an estimated amount of about $400 will be okay.

COST OF STUDY IN RUSSIA

The cost of studying in Russia is not expensive and largely depends on the course to be studied. Academic programs such as medicine would cost about $6000 per year while other non-specialized programs could go for about $1500-$3500 per year.

GEORGIA

Georgia is one of the best places to study especially for students who may be interested in working and studying.

COST OF STUDY IN GEORGIA

Note that tuition fees in Geogia are not so expensive and largely affordable. Undergraduate students may have to pay about $2000-$4000 per year while postgraduate students will pay about $4000.

POLAND

Poland is a top country for international studies-it is renowned for its good quality education is evident by the number of polish workers seen all over the world who are generally educated, articulated and capable in their professional fields.

COST OF STUDY IN POLAND

Universities in Poland generally do not charge high tuition fees for most programs. Tuition fees are in the range of 2000 Euros to 4000 Euros per academic year for undergraduate and postgraduate students in English language.

COST OF LIVING IN POLAND

With about 350 to 400 Euros, an individual student can take care of living expenses such as food, accommodation, transport etc for a month

Note that students who are EU/EEA countries are allowed to work on a full time basis without the need of a work permit. Citizens from Belarus, Russia or Ukraine  are allowed to work for about three months and do not exceed the duration of six months. All other nationals may work without permission in July, August and September.

FRANCE

French degrees are internationally recognized and the country itself is a friendly place to study in.

COST OF STUDY IN FRANCE

Tuition fees are very affordable, with about $300-$1000 okay for courses in public universities and more in private universities.

COST OF LIVING IN FRANCE

Students can earn a living as they are allowed to work on a part time basis while studying.

BELGIUM

Apart from its quality education, Belgium has a good health care system. Learning is made more enjoyable with the serene environment and rich culture.

COST OF LIVING IN BELGIUM

Note that cost of living in Belgium is unfortunately very expensive when compared to other developed European countries. About 800 Euros will enough to take care of expenses like accommodation and feeding.

COST OF STUDY IN BELGIUM

Tuition fees in Belgian Universities are generally affordable and range from 3000 to 5000 Euros per academic year.

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2 comments

  1. Quite glad to find low tuition universities especially in Poland but I would also want to know if there are grants available to undertake PhD research work in animal husbandry. I will be glad and satisfied to do a PhD in Poland. Eagerly waiting for a reply

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