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Top countries Which Offer Low-Cost Education to International Students

With 195 countries in the world, students wishing to study abroad have a lot of options. However, when considering the option of study abroad, a student needs to consider various factors which also include living cost and tuition fee which is why it may be a good idea to choose to study in a country where the tuition fee is very less. There are many countries in the world where you can study abroad by paying a minor fee.

Top countries Which Offer Low-Cost Education to International Students

Here we have arranged a list of top countries around the world which offer world class education at a nominal fee to International students.


Poland
Poland is one of the best places to study abroad in Poland on a budget, which also offers a high quality of education, along with plenty of fantastic culture and history to explore. However, there are also many English-taught programs available, costing around €2,000-4000 per year. Cost of Living in Poland are also on the low side, as you shouldn’t need more than €7,800 per year. The capital city, Warsaw, was positioned the second most reasonable city for students in the QS Best Student Cities 2016, and joint 63rd overall.

Spain
With the same education privileges as Spanish students, EU students are not essential to pay high tuition fees. International students, meanwhile, are able to study in Spain for between €680 and €1,400 per year at public organizations. Fees are charged on a per-credit basis and can be higher at graduate level. For living in Spain you should expect to spend between €10,800 and €13,200 a year in living costs. Madrid, Barcelona and Valencia are all featured in the QS Best Student Cities 2017, with Barcelona the highest ranked at 23rd.

Latvia
Latvia consists about 2 million people has two types of tertiary education programs. These are Academic and professional programs. Academic programs are strictly focused on improving the student’s ability to conduct independent research while giving a theoretical foundation for a future career. Professional programs, on the other hand, prepare students for careers in all aspects of Latvian society. Graduates of the professional programs can end up as teachers and researchers in their fields.
Tuition fees at for study in Latvia vary depending on the program and the institution of choice. International students would be mandatory to pay for tuition fees, which could range from 2500 EUR to over 11300 EUR per year. This is moderately very cheap compared to other universities in other countries.
 

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