You definitely have a dream to save tuition, even for free. Unfortunately, this does not happen all over the country and requires some requirements. Here are 7 countries that apply free education fees, both for all countries as well as for sure.
This northern European country does not charge for education and offers a number of university programs in English. However, the government of this country reminds foreigners interested in studying in Finland. They must be self-sufficient in taking care of all the daily living expenses. In other words, Finland will only finance your education. Previously, the government wanted the universities in Finland to abolish foreign policy by 2016.
Universities in Norway will not charge tuition fees for international students. However, there are usually fees associated with student organizations at a cost of around 40-80 euro or about 600 thousand. The Norwegian college education system is similar to the united states, which is a small class size and an easy professor to meet. Many of their universities offer to teach programs in English.
However, do not expect you to save money in Norway, as they have the highest cost of living in the world for expatriates (someone who lives temporarily or settles outside their country of birth or birth). Usually, the student costs around 22 million month to cover accommodation, food, transportation and entertainment expenses.
Approximately 150 English courses are available in this country and foreign nationals only need to pay the registration fee. Slovenia is bordered by Italy and Croatia, which is the most popular destination in Europe. This country actually has a high-value education and is considered one of the best in the one of the largest universities in the world in Slovenia is the University of Ljubljana.
Slovenia also offers a low cost of living for students. For example, rent a room in private housing starts from 220 dollars or about 2.9 million months and university dormitory under 150 dollars or about 1.9 million. In addition, the cost of eating in restaurants in Slovenia is also no more than 15 dollars or about 200 thousand dollars.
Sweden is home to some of the world’s leading universities, such as land university and Stockholm University. They offer some of the most cost-effective titles in the world.
However, Sweden now does not apply free education anymore to international students. However, many universities in Sweden give free Ph.D. lectures and most courses are taught in English. If taking a Ph.D. position in Sweden, students earn funding or salary from a university or institution. The cost to register in Sweden alone is around 110 dollars or about 1.4 million in February 2016.
Germany is a popular country in the world for international students because its university really does not charge students with any citizenship. Believing that education is a right, Germany leads in giving titles to all people around the world. German universities teach over 1,000 courses in English.
Denmark is one of the most popular locations in Europe because it provides low-cost education, with good teaching quality. Education in Denmark is free for all bachelor and master students from the European Union or European economic area and students participating in exchange programs in Denmark.
Denmark still offers a relatively low cost to study for students who are not from the European Union or the European economic area. For example, the average cost at Aarhus University is about 158 million years, the University of Copenhagen-ranging from 142 million to 237 million dollars, and the Danish technical university about 213 million.
This country can be one of your choices if you want to save tuition. All universities in this country free tuition for international students. At least, there is 5 percent of international students from national students in this country. The University of Iceland is one of the largest in Iceland and does not charge any education fees. However, there is an annual registration fee of 600 dollars.