Top 10 Most Affordable Places to Study Abroad |10 Cheapest places for students in the world 2018

Top 10 Most Affordable Places to Study Abroad |10 Cheapest places for students in the world 2018

October 14, 2019 0 By Stanley Isaacs


T square a platform of top-10s believe it
or not it is indeed possible to study abroad on a budget some of the best
places to study abroad are also ones where tuition fees are low or even
non-existent watch complete video to find out more about ten of the cheapest
countries to study abroad in no particular order number one one Norway
although all of the Nordic countries are relatively affordable study destinations
Norway is our pick as it remains free for everyone from both within and
outside the EU at public universities with the exception of a few specialized
programs Europe’s Nordic countries are known for their high quality of life and
stunning natural beauty and Norway is no exception
another reason to study in Norway is the availability of English taught programs
at all study levels plus a high number of locals proficient in English however
as with the other Nordic countries Norway comes with a high price tag in
terms of living costs you will need around 120 thousand Norwegian kroner
till the fourteen thousand five hundred thirty dollars per year number two taijuan heading to age at taiwan is
another of the cheapest countries to study abroad for example at national
taiwan university the nation’s leading university at joint 68th in the Q s
World University Rankings 2016-2017 tuition fees for undergraduates start at
till the 3,000 $180 per year for liberal arts programs up to till to three
thousand nine hundred dollars the country offers more than 120 courses
taught in English at over 40 universities and Taiwan is also a
popular destination in which to learn Mandarin Taiwan also offers a good
quality of life with relatively low living costs accommodation costs as
little as till to two thousand three hundred thirty dollars per year number
three Germany known as the land of ideas
Germany is continuing to grow in popularity with international students
and it’s not hard to see why it offers reputable universities relatively low
costs and a high quality of life there are no tuition fees charged at
undergraduate and PhD level at all public universities excluding those in
baden-wuerttemberg master’s students who have not studied
their undergraduate degree in Germany will typically pay upwards of ten
thousand euros ten thousand eight hundred dollars plus per semester but
you may be able to find a scholarship to help to cover living costs you will need
at least eight thousand seven hundred euros to nine thousand euros per year
but possibly more depending on your lifestyle and spending habits and there
are a range of English taught courses number four Frantz tuition fees and France are the
same for domestic and international students and for 2015-16 are set at one
hundred eighty four euros per year for bachelor’s licensed programs two hundred
fifty six heroes for most master’s programs and 391 euros for doctoral
programs fees are considerably higher at the highly selective grandes écoles and
Grenada bliss mints which set their own fees living expenses will be highest in
the capital Paris but you may find it worth the extra cost
after all Paris has been named the world’s number one student City four
times in a row if you’re not yet a fluent French speaker you can study in
France in English with the majority of English taught programs found at
postgraduate level number five Mexico full of interesting and unique
culture to explore Mexico is one of Latin America’s most visited nations and
has lots to offer international students tuition fees vary with private
universities charging more and average around five thousand five hundred
dollars in the capital Mexico City which has been named one of the world’s top 75
cities for students living expenses are also reasonably low in Mexico with all
living costs adding up to around $500 per month on a standard budget six
thousand dollars per year although the main language of instruction is Spanish
Mexican universities are offering more English taug HT courses to attract
international students number six India heading back to Asia for the next
of our list of the cheapest countries to study abroad India is a fantastic option
for students who want to combine affordability with cultural diversity
while Hindi is the most prominent of the 100 plus languages spoken English is
often used as the language of instruction at Indian universities
especially at postgraduate level living costs are incredibly affordable a
one-way trip using public transport can cost as little as 25 US cents tuition
fees vary depending on your study level and university but are typically no
higher than seven thousand three hundred dollars a year and you should be able to
live comfortably on as little as five thousand dollars a year number seven Argentina the
second-largest country in South America Argentina boasts stunning natural beauty
with a diverse geography that makes it ideal for students keen on outdoor
adventure and exploration Argentina is also considered one of the safest
countries in the region and is known for its fun-lovin G culture and passionate
national identity you can typically study for free at any state-funded
public university with tuition fees of around five thousand dollars per year
are more at private institutions you will need around five thousand
dollars for living expenses with rent costing as little as three hundred fifty
dollars per month number eight : another of the best places to study
abroad on a budget is Poland which also offers a high quality of education along
with plenty of fantastic culture and history to explore you can study for
free if you can speak Polish and if you take the same entrance exams as Polish
students and study your course in Polish however there are also many English
taught programs available costing around two thousand euros to
three thousand euros per year living costs are also on the low side as you
shouldn’t need more than seven thousand eight hundred euros per year the capital
city warsaw was ranked the second most affordable city for students in the qsr
best student cities 2016 and joint 63rd overall number nine Malaysia Malaysia is undoubtedly one of
the cheapest countries to study abroad particularly in terms of living costs
its capital Kuala Lumpur came first for affordability in the qsr best student
Cities 2016 and most students will only need about 12,000 malaysian ringgit to
18,000 per year’s to live comfortably in malaysia in terms of tuition fees you’ll
pay an average of 17 thousand malaysian ringgit for academic year but some
courses are even cheaper Malaysia is also home to a number of branch campuses
of international universities such as the UK’s University of Nottingham or
Australia’s Monash University offering team the opportunity to gain a degree
accredited by these institutions at a lower cost number 10 south africa concluding our look at some
of the best places to study abroad on a budget South Africa is renowned for its
natural beauty cultural diversity and turbulent history another great choice
for students with a love of the outdoors it’s also reasonably inexpensive with
low costs of lead being in tuition fees fees vary but as an example the
University of Cape Town South Africa’s highest ranked university in the qsr
world university rankings 2016 2017 at joint 191st charges around 2,700 $30 for
master’s degrees in humanities subjects in 2016 while a Bachelor of Social
Science cost that’s approximately three thousand three hundred ninety dollars
you will need around our ninety six thousand four years to cover your living
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