Study abroad: 5 nations that offer world's best courses at affordable prices
Some of the best places to study abroad are also ones where tuition fees are low. Check list here
While planning higher education in foreign universities, at times, money becomes a significant constraint. Considering courses in the US and the UK colleges are usually expensive, years of financial planning are needed to create a corpus, or students have to resort to very high education loans, which they have to continue paying for years to come.
However, there is an option of how you can possibly pursue great courses abroad on a budget. And for that, you need to look at places other than the US and the UK. Some of the best places to study abroad are also ones where tuition fees are low. Here are the 5 best countries to pursue higher education, if you are looking beyond the US and the UK, as listed by World's Education Service.
Norway: The best thing about studying in Norway is that higher education is free in Norway (from both within and outside the EU) at public universities, except for a few specialized courses.
Apart from that, there is a high number of locals who are proficient in English and at all levels, students will find English-taught programs.
The only downside is that the cost of living is high in Norway, a student would need around ₹1.4 crore per year to stay there
Plus, more than 120 courses are taught in English at over 40 universities
Germany: Like Norway, tuition fees are not charged for undergraduate and PhD level programmes at all public universities, excluding those in Baden-Württemberg.
Master's degree students who have not studied for their undergraduate degree in Germany are likely to pay around ₹19 lakh. But, you also apply for scholarships.
However, living costs are extremely high in some cities, especially Paris.
Although the main language of instruction is Spanish, Mexican universities are offering more English-taught courses to attract international students.
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