If you want to study in Europe but are not sure what the tuition fees are for these countries, this article will throw more light on the tuition fees for international students desiring to study in Europe.
Note that education is free for domestic/ EU students. You won’t be required to pay for your tuition expenses.However, international students should expect to pay $789 every semester while studying in an Austrian university. These fees apply for all levels.
Living Cost: You should budget between $11,000- $13,000 for your cost of living in Austria.
EU students should budget a maximum of $960 per year for tuition. While non EU/International students should put aside $960 – $4,500 per year for tuition. These figures apply for all tertiary levels.
Living Cost: Keep aside $11,000 – $13,000 per year for living expenses. Belgium is a beautiful country with fantastic regional cuisines and attractive country sides.You would definitely enjoy the test of the famous Belgian chocolate.
Finland is currently tuition free for both local and international students until June 2017 when the government will introduce an annual tuition fee of $1,600 for international students.
Living Cost: Average living expense is pegged at $10,000 per year for international students. Note that cost of living in Finland is considerably cheaper compared to other Nordic countries. And public universities are currently free for both domestic and international.
Tuition fee is currently free for both local and international students.
Living Cost: Budget between $8000 per year for living expenses. Germany is a super power study abroad destination offering top quality education. Undergraduate and PHD programs are free for all international students However, Master’s degree students will be required to pay tuition in German universities. All students will be required to pay $250 for all administrative expenses.
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