Study on Low Tuition in Uruguay: List of Universities,Tuition Fees and How to Apply

Uruguay has a combination of high quality and laid-back lifestyle, stunning coastline, vibrant culture and nicely developed cities. All of these makes studying in Uruguay tough to beat. Also tuition fees are affordable and cheap for international students. Check below  for more information about what to expect from the country, as well as information on top universities in Uruguay, fees.

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List of Low Tuition Universities

Universidadde la República

UniversidadCatólica del Uruguay

UniversidadORT Uruguay

Universidadde Montevideo

Universidadde la Empresa

InstitutoUniversitario Claeh

Colegiodel Espiritu Santo

Universities institutes in Uruguay

UniversidadTecnológica del Uruguay

Instituto Metodista Universitario Crandon

Instituto Universitario Asociación Cristiana de Jóvenes

Instituto Universitario “Asociación Psicoanalíticadel Uruguay”

Instituto Universitario Bios

College of the Holy Spirit CDES

Instituto Universitario “Centro de Docencia,Investigación e Información en Aprendizaje” (CEDIIAP)

Instituto Universitario “Centro de Estudio yDiagnóstico de las Disgnacias del Uruguay” (IUCEDDU)

Instituto Universitario “Centro Latinoamericano deEconomía Humana” (CLAEH)

Universitario Autónomo del Sur

How to Apply

As is common in the Southern Hemisphere, the academic calendar in Uruguay runs from March to April. This means that application submissions will need to be made approximately between September and December, dependent on the institution. Admission requirements vary between universities, so always check the program details to see if you are eligible. To apply, you’ll generally be asked to submit a completed application form, a valid ID, a copy of your passport, academic references (for graduate students), a certificate of prior qualifications and proof of proficiency in Spanish.

Tuition Fees

Citizens of Uruguay  receive free public education, however  international studentshave to pay. The tuition fees for international students vary between institutions, so you should check with the university in question for precise figures. As an example, at the Universidad ORT Uruguay, fees are between US$2,250 and US$4,500 per semester (two semesters in a year), with the exact price depending on the number of subjects you study.


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