In recent times, university fees are significantly rising across the world, and for many, the dream of obtaining a university degree seems like a far-fetched dream. If you are in such category, here is a piece of good news, some countries know the importance of education and are aware not everybody can afford it. With that in mind, these countries provide subsidies and schemes for people to get university certificates for an almost-free or at least an affordable price. Some of the countries are listed below.
There is a lot of interest picked up among Nigerian students to study In France in recent times. This is because the French government does not levy any tuition fees in public universities both for French and foreign students. Students only pay a small amount of fees for administrative cost. However, the onus is students to budget for living costs including accommodation, transportation, food, and clothing. Besides that, it is important to note that most of these courses are in French language and requires proficiency in French to secure admission. However, with the high rate of demand, the French government have made available a relatively large number of English based courses for international students. A vibrant economy, sterling higher education system, low-cost education is very appealing for pursuing studies in France. Many French universities are among the elite in regards to quality education, a few examples include the University of Paris, University of Strasbourg, The Paris Descartes University and many more.
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Germany also offers almost-free education for both international and domestic students. Just like France, Germany only charges a small fraction for administrative and school membership. However, it is important to note that specialized course such as engineering and medicine cost a little more and needs students to sit for an entrance test.
Here too, many low-cost degrees are taught in German, but just like France, there are a large-percentage of English based programs for global students. It might interest you to Know that Germany comes third after UK and Us in terms of quality education. Some of the top-notch universities in this country include the University of Hamburg, University of Munich, Heidelberg University, etc.
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3. Czech Republic
Domestic and international students who are proficient in Czech can study here for free. Those who wish to pursue in Mass Communication can also do so at very cheap rates. Unlike Germany and France, Living cost is very economical. Many Czech universities are considered among the best in the world such as Masaryk University and Charles University in Prague.
Belgium provides a complete waiver of tuition fees for EU students, Besides that, the fees for International students are also available at a guilt-free price. Some of the universities here include the University of Antwerp and the University of Leuven.
Austria is the last country on the list that offers affordable quality education for students. Although this country charges a minimal fee for EU students. But students from developing/ underdeveloped countries are exempted from paying tuition fees in some schools. They are only charged a student membership fee and insurance fee per semester.
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