This list contains 10 of the most affordable places to study abroad.
The cost of study in Norway’s public universities is free to all students, except for a few specialized programs. You only need to pay the semester fee, which is approximately $33 to $66. Norway provides excellent quality of life and has many English taught programs, especially at Masters and PhD levels.
Living Costs: $1000 – $2000/month
Taiwan is an affordable option if you want to study in Asia. Taiwan has more than 120 courses taught in English at over 40 universities, and it is also a popular destination for Mandarin learners. The top universities of Taiwan provide affordable programs. The quality of life in the country is high.
Living Costs: $450 – $650/month
Tuition Fees: $1200 – $3000/year
Germany is very popular among international students because of its prestigious universities, affordable fees, and good quality of life. Most public universities offer free education. There are also many scholarships available for international students, and there is also a variety of English-taught programs available.
Living Costs: $600-$800/month
In France, the tuition fees for both International and domestic students are the same. The quality of education is outstanding, and scholarships are available for international students. A majority of English-taught programs are available at the postgraduate level.
Living Costs: more than $1000/month.
Tuition Fees: $2000 – $4500/year
Mexico has a lot to offer for international students. Tuition fees differ, and private universities cost more. Mexican universities are increasingly offering more courses in English.
Living Costs: around $9,250 in total
Tuition Fees: about $6300/year
In Argentina, most public universities do not charge any tuition fees. Some of the most reasonable cities to study and live in are El Calafate, Puerto Iguazu and San Carlos Bariloche. The quality of education and living standard is excellent in Argentina.
Living Costs: $400 -$500/month
Poland offers a good quality of education on a budget. If you speak Polish, sit for the same entrance examinations as Polish students, and take your course in Polish, you can study for free. There are, nevertheless, numerous available English-taught programs.
Living Costs: $600 – $700/month
Tuition fees: $1800 – $3000/year
Malaysia is one of the most inexpensive countries to study abroad, especially in terms of living expenses. There are a lot of scholarships available. Malaysia also has several branch campuses of overseas universities, such as Monash University in Australia, which allow students to earn a degree from these schools at a lesser cost.
Living costs: $400 – $500/month
Tuition fees: $2500 – $4000/year
- South Africa
Among the African nations, South Africa is the most developed. The country provides excellent quality of education with inexpensive tuition fees and costs of living.
Living Costs: $600 -$700/month
Tuition fees: $2000 – $3000/year
Most public universities in Sweden offer free education. The country provides an excellent quality of teaching and standard of living. For international students, scholarships are also available.
Living costs: $600 -$650/month