For anyone who’s interested. Earning a higher degree doesn’t have to be expensive.
Studying abroad has become more accessible. In 2014, 4 million students chose to study abroad, 2 million more than back in 2000.
Yet, going on a study abroad program remains a risk: most international students will use of a loan or family money to pay the university fees and living costs- without a guarantee that he/she will be able to pay it off back.
Here is a list of what the top 5 European countries have to offer for international students in terms of visa, tuitions fees, work while studying and courses compared.
It is ordered from the cheapest to study at (fees + costs of living) to more expensive.
Germany is actively looking to recruit International Students in the next years. Germany has lots to offer:
– Germany has abolished tuition fees at public institutions: This means that will only have to pay for admin fees around €100 to €250 a semester and…
View original post 958 more words