by admin | Oct/10/2018 |
If you want to study in Europe, your parent’s income may not be the deciding factor in the quality of education you receive. There are world class tuition free universities (for international students as well) in European countries such as Norway, Sweden, Germany, Denmark, Finland. You might have to give administrative fees of few hundred Euros. If you are planning to study abroad this might be your cheapest option to get a cheapest degree from top universities in Europe.
Note: Living costs/Health insurance etc are not covered (You can still get scholarships based on availability but there is close to zero tuition fee!).
International students flock to Norway to study as they get a high-quality education at little to no cost. The Norwegian government finances education with taxpayers’ money so international students along with native students can enjoy a free ride at state universities. But the catch with studying in Norway is that living expenses can be high with NOK 8,900 (approx. 1,200 GBP) needed just for subsistence per month. This will cover room and board, clothing, healthcare, transport and miscellaneous expenses.
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