Where Can You Study Abroad for Free?

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“As University fees continue to rise in many parts of the world, there is a chance that you would start doubting whether getting a recognized degree qualification is simply too costly and impossible without getting a scholarship.

There is good news for you! I will tell you about some countries worldwide where students are able to study abroad for free, or for a very affordable amount.

Let’s start with Germany. The country doesn’t have any undergraduate tuition fees at most public Universities, and this applies to local as well as international students. The country also has a strong economy in the EU region.

Next up is France, where the University fees are very low – as much as 184 euros per year at UG level. While almost all free programs are taught in the native language, there are a growing number of opportunities to study in English particularly at Graduate level.

You would also find it exciting to know that the Nordic region too has a lot to offer when it comes to free higher education options. In Norway and Iceland, University study is available free of charge regardless of study level or nationality. For the undergraduate level, you would need to know the native language, but for Masters and PHD you will get English language programs which are still FREE!

Countries like Denmark, Sweden, and Finland extend their free programs only for students within the EU zone and Switzerland. However, PhD programs are fully funded. Non-EU students can also study in Finland for free if they study in Swedish or Finnish.

There are other countries across the globe where excellent higher education programs are delivered at low cost. Countries like – Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Greece, Italy, Spain in the EU zone, and then others like – Argentina, India and Taiwan – provide quality higher education options.

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