Students get free of cost education in top 5 countries

Tuition fee is one of the biggest problems that all students face when they want to go to college for fulfill their dreams. There are many countries in the world where students get free of cost education.

Students get free of cost education in top 5 countriesEspecially tuition fee is mush expensive in developed countries such as the United States which is much difficult for international students who don’t have access to financial resources.

There are many countries in the world where students get education free of cost. These countries are blessings for students who don’t meet the requirements for full-funded university scholarships and can’t go to college without any financial help.

We are going to present the top five countries where students get education free of cost or educational expenses is covered either by the government or by the university.

  1. Austria
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                Austria is one of the best countries that international students can pick because the cost of living for students is quite low as compares to others. The reason behind this is that Austria’s government wants to attract great international students. Nonetheless, Austria charges all non-EU/EEA students who are applying to federal/public universities about 363. to 726 euros per semester for tuition fees plus 19.20 Euros for student union membership fee “ÖH-Beitrag” and the student accident insurance fee.

  1. Finland

                Just like Austria, the Finnish government is aware that getting higher-degree studies is an important step in everyone’s path to success so all Finnish universities and UAS are offering scholarships options for outstanding non-EU/EEA students to get their Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees free of charge. Not just that, but EDUFI Fellowships will cover living expenses for Doctoral students.

  1. Norway
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                The Norwegian state universities and university colleges do no charge tuition fees to all students, including international students. To make things even better, this rule applies to all levels of studies including undergraduate studies, Master’s programs and even Ph.D. programs.

  1. Germany

                Germany is one of a developed country that offers lots of scholarships to international students who are looking to move there and pursue their academic goals. Although, not everyone can win an excellence scholarship and this is why all Universities in Germany except Baden-Wurrtenberg are not going to charge any tuition fees for Bachelor’s and consecutive Master’s degree programs for all students, including international students. However, students will be required in some Federal States to pay a semester fee of 50 euros and administration fee of 50 euros.

  1. Switzerland
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                In Switzerland, application and tuition fees will apply only to students who are not citizens of an EU/EEA/Nordic country or Switzerland. This rule is available for programs that are at Bachelor’s and Master’s level. Furthermore, the Swedish Institute and a large number of Universities are offering full and partial scholarships that are awarded in the form of tuition waivers and all international students can apply.

Sara Ehsan
Author: Sara Ehsan

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