By HT School Web Desk, Jun 23, 2021 16:34
Studying abroad is a dream-come-true of many students. Access to world class education and better career opportunities are the reasons behind this aspiration. Unfortunately, the high costs of studying abroad have proved to be a hindrance for many across the world. But the good news is that if you want to help your child pursue his big dream, you may not always have to depend on scholarships or need a five-figure budget at your disposal. You just have to know the right places to explore. There are many European nations where your child can study at an affordable cost. Here is a list of those countries that won’t pinch your pocket if you want to support your kid’s ambition.
A strong and low-cost educational system, combined with a powerful economy, makes Germany a very prospective study abroad destination for students and parents all over the globe. Practically, most public universities of the country charge no tuition fees for undergraduate courses. This facility is available not only for German students but also for anyone regardless of his or her nationality. Only a nominal university fee is charged. However, there is an exception: The state of Baden-Württemberg in south-west Germany, which reintroduced tuition fees for non-EU/EEA students in autumn 2017.
Morever, above 40 German universities are there in the QS World University Rankings, an annual publication of university rankings by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS). Munich and Berlin are two of the top destinations for study in Germany.
Students proficient in Czech language can study for free at any public university in the Czech Republic. Those who wish to study in English can also find affordable options in the country. Also, living costs are pretty low in the Czech Republic than other western European countries. Prague, the capital of this country, also features in the QS Best Student Cities.
This is another country where international students can pursue education at affordable costs. The average yearly cost of study for pupils coming from outside EU nations is 1500 Euro or Rs. 133013. Moreover, Greece is one among the European Union (EU) nations that offers a very low cost of living.
Studying in public universities in Italy can be quite cheap. However, the private universities charge fairly high tuition fees. Milan in Italy ranks 40th in the most recent QS Best Student Cities and Rome is in the 70th position.