5 European countries with free education system
The cost of obtaining an undergraduate degree is quite expensive in some parts of the world. However, this is necessarily not the case in some countries. There are many countries in Europe that give international students the opportunity to study in their universities for free or at a very affordable cost.
Here are some countries that offer free or low college tuition
Germany is becoming a popular destination for most foreign students. This is largely due to the fact that the country offers free education to students who have enrolled in their public universities irrespective of their nationality. These universities charge a small amount of about €150-250 and this is to cover the administrative cost and public transport costs.
All states in Germany offer free education to international students except for the state of Baden-Württemberg, which re-introduced charging non-EU citizens tuition fees of 1,500 euros per semester in the 2017 winter semester.
Germany has become the destination for many international students because most of the lessons are administered in English and their universities do not require a German Proficiency test. Besides that, the cost of living is averagely low and affordable making the country appealing to prospective students outside Germany.
There are many public institutions in Norway that do not charge tuition fees and this is also irrespective of the nationality of the student. There are private institutions that charge for their tuition, however, the fees charged by these private universities are less expensive than in other countries. Most of the courses are offered in Norwegian hence, students are to show proof of proficiency in the Norwegian language. Although the tuition is free, the cost of living in Norway is on the high side.
Another European country that offers free tuition to all students irrespective of their nationality. It is also difficult to have any course offered in English for an undergraduate as most of the courses are in Icelandic. You should contact the university administration if you don’t speak Icelandic so there will be other courses you can choose from.
This country offers free tuition to students from member European countries for two semesters after which they pay an amount of 363.36 euros per semester. Foreign students who are not from an EU country will pay an amount of 726.72 euros per semester. It is required students to pay the student union membership fee “ÖH-Beitrag” and the student accident insurance fee, which is 19.20 euros per semester.
Tuition fee is free to students from other European Union countries who have enrolled full-time at state Higher Education Institutions (HEIs). On the other hand, other international students pay an average of 2000 euros per year. Poland offers most of its courses in English.
The country offers free education to foreign students who can study the Czech language. Students who wish to study the English language will have to pay between the ranges of €4,000 and-12,000 per year. The cost of living is very affordable compared to other European countries
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