Is studying abroad in Europe really “expensive”?

More and more international students are choosing Europe as the ideal destination for their studies, not only having the world’s highest education, but also attracting thousands of opportunities to experience learning as well as an open future of employment opportunities after leaving school.

However, many of you are afraid to study abroad in these countries the cost of “big”, not meet especially for families who do not have conditions. However, do not be disappointed, Europe also has quite a lot of countries with the world’s leading quality education at a very reasonable cost. Let’s take a look!.

Netherlands

No need to introduce you also know this country is in the top 5 most liveable countries in the world, each year attracts thousands of foreigners to study and work. The Dutch education system is also ranked 6th worldwide, with universities in the top 250 best universities worldwide. Only these factors explain the strong attraction of this country.

Universities in the Netherlands are mostly multidisciplinary with a my myth of courses in English, but the cost is very affordable for international students. The Dutch government as well as universities have scholarships of up to 100%, which will help you reduce the financial pressure as well as boost your academic motivation. For overtime you can work 10 hours a week and work full-time on weekends and vacations.

Undergraduate tuition fees will range from €7,000 to €10,000 per year, with undergraduate level ranging from €8,000 to €20,000 per year.

The average living activity for international students in the Netherlands is about 7,000 – 10,000 Euros per year.

Finland

Before August 2017, finland will have free tuition fees for all international students. However, from August 2017 onwards, the government decided to charge international students to invest more strongly in education. The minimum tuition fee that international students must pay is 1,500 Euros per year and for each specific program the university will have a certain tuition fee. However, many international students still choose the Netherlands as a study abroad destination because compared to other countries in the world, tuition fees as well as living expenses are quite suitable but the quality of education is the top in the world.

If you try, you will have the opportunity to receive many attractive scholarship programs of the university and the government of this country from 30 -100%, applied to both undergraduate and master’s degrees. In addition, you can apply for a job to cover living expenses. The overtime salary of international students in the Netherlands will range from 7-20 Euros per hour

Undergraduate tuition fees range from €5,000 to €13,000 per year and the undergraduate level ranges from €8,000 to €15,000 per year. The cost of living for international students in the Netherlands also ranges from 5,000 to 6,500 Euros per year.

United Kingdom

Renowned for its longstanding education and world rankings, the UK has a globally renowned university system. It is famous for producing world-class leaders such as former U.S. President Bill Clinton and the late Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Guangyu,…

The UK offers international students a wide selection of courses to suit your education, language and financial skills. Courses here are usually shorter than in other countries (Canada or the US) where the UK uses a centrally focused training system.

If you want to study abroad for a master’s degree, the UK deserves to be the ideal destination with only 1 year of master’s study will save you a lot of time and money, and the opportunity to start a business will be open and come sooner with your peers. During your studies, you are allowed to work a maximum of 20 hours per week for a remuneration ranging from GBP 5-10 per hour, depending on the job.

Undergraduate tuition fees range from GBP 12,000 to GBP 18,000 per year and the undergraduate level ranges from GBP 14,000 to GBP 19,000 per year. International students’ living expenses in the UK also range from GBP 9,000 to GBP 10,000 per year.

France

Referring to romance, the country with rich cuisine and the world famous Eiffel Tower is France. The beauty of this country is the harmony between the traditional romance and the modern breakthrough of the 21st century. For many years, France has been known as one of the top countries in attracting international students. When studying in France, you not only study as well as enjoy the prestigious education in Europe as well as in the world but also live in an environment filled with French – the language of love used by more than 280 million people around the world.

When you study in France in addition to working part-time under the general regulations of the Government of this country, you are also supported 30-50% of the cost of housing here. From the beginning of 2019, all public schools throughout France have increased tuition fees but compared to the common European level, the cost of studying in France is still quite competitive, adding that you enjoy quite a lot of benefits such as: simplifying when applying for a visa, being granted a residence visa to find a job or if you want to start a business in this country after graduating from graduate school.

University tuition fees will range from €3,000 per year to public schools, while private schools will have higher tuition fees ranging from €10,000 to €13,500 per year, and post-university degrees around €4,000 per year for public schools and €12,000-€17,000 for private schools.

The average activity for international students in France is about 8,500 – 10,000 Euros per year.

Switzerland

Unlike many other European countries, Switzerland is famous for its high cost of studying abroad compared to the common ground. Depending on your choice of school you will attend, tuition fees will range from CHF 90,000 to CHF 160,000 for undergraduate and CHF 31,000-50,000 for undergraduate and master’s programs. If you look directly you will feel quite afraid with the above amount, however, if on all sides, this figure is perfectly reasonable when it includes almost the entire tuition, cost of accommodation, living, uniform, health insurance,…

Students studying in Switzerland will be able to live in a home system located on the university campus, and the houses are 3-star hotel or higher. The purpose of this will be to give students the opportunity to experience and have a comfortable and relaxing learning and living environment as possible.

Courses at most universities in Switzerland follow a 6-month course and 6 months of paid internships. Especially, international students will experience multicultural life and learn new languages in addition to French and English mainly here.

Spain

The country is the gateway to europe and Latin America, so Spain gives you the feeling of living in a culture that blends fiery, latino wildness and european culture. Spain has increasingly asserted its position globally in all aspects of economy, society and culture,… and especially education.

There are more than 80 universities across the country, including the world’s most ancient schools nearly 800 years old. It is estimated that nearly 100,000 international students are studying there. The country’s education system is also part of the European Higher Education System, the courses here are very quality, you can choose to study in English or Spanish. International students are allowed to work up to 16 hours more per week and your salary is quite high compared to international part-time students in France or the UK.

Undergraduate tuition fees will range from €1,200 to €10,000 per year, with undergraduate level ranging from €2,000 to €10,000 per year.

The average activity for international students in Spain is about 4,000 – 6,000 Euros per year.

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