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4 Most Affordable Countries to Study in Europe

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Studying in a foreign country is every Indian student’s dream. The biggest obstacle forcing students to give up on their dream is money. When the Indian Rupee converts into Euros, the cost goes too high. The family doesn’t have more money and student loan interests are too much to pay back. This doesn’t mean you give up.

You might not have money right now and if you want to change that, you have to work towards it. European countries some affordable when it comes to education. These countries have employer activity as well.

Source: Teen Vogue

Here are four most affordable countries to study in Europe:

1. Belgium

Apart from its dark chocolate, Belgium is also famous for its low cost education. Average tuition fees for an international student are around 1000 euros a year. Quality of living is very high, while the cost of living in cheap. Best universities in Belgium are Université Libre de Bruxelles and University in Leuven.

2. Hungary

Hungary is a picturesque nation with low cost of living and education for international students. Average tuition fees for a year are 1000 euros. The Hungarian government has many scholarships for international students. Top universities in Belgium are Corvinus University of Budapest and University of Debrecen.

3. Germany

No public universities in Germany charge tuition fees to local or international students. You only have to pay a nominal fee of 50 to 100 euros for covering administration costs. Cost of living is affordable too. Best universities in Germany are Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich and Technische Universität Berlin.

4. Finland

If you love snow, Finland is the best country for you to study in. Finnish public universities do not charge tuition fees for bachelor’s and PhD courses. They charge for master’s course, but it is very minimal. Cost of living is comparatively higher than other countries. Best universities in Finland are University of Helsinki and Aalto University.

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