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Where Can You Study Abroad for Free?

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While university fees continue to rise in many parts of the world, some of you might be thinking that getting a recognized degree qualication, either in your home
country or abroad, is simply impossible without having a four- or ve-gure budget at your disposal, or without obtaining a scholarship (/student-info/scholarship-


Youll be pleased to hear that this isnt necessarily the case! There are many countries worldwide where students are able to study abroad for free or for a very
aordable amount; you just need to know where to look.

Below youll nd a selection of countries that oer low-cost or free tuition, with details on eligibility and what current (low) university fees you can expect. To nd
internationally renowned universities in these countries, visit the QS World University Rankings 2018 (/university-rankings/world-university-rankings/2018).

Study in Germany for free

Interest in studying abroad in Germany (/student-info/qs-guides/how-to-study-abroad-in-germany) just seems to keep on growing. This is largely due to the fact that
there are no undergraduate tuition fees at public universities in Germany, and this applies to both German students and internationals, regardless of nationality. Just
a small nominal university fee is charged, of around 150-250 (~US$160-265) to cover administration costs.

These low study costs, combined with Germanys strong economy and excellent higher education system, makes the prospect of undertaking study in Germany for
free extremely appealing for both students and their parents worldwide. Indeed, in a recent HSBC report on The Value of Education, Germany is among the top ve
countries in the world in terms of perceived quality of education among surveyed parents. More than 40 German universities are featured among the worlds
leaders in the QS World University Rankings again, beaten only by the US and UK with the highest place taken by Technische Universitt Mnchen

There are, however, signs that studying in Germany for free will not be possible for much longer. The state of Baden-Wrttemberg in south-west Germany recently
announced plans to reintroduce tuition fees (/student-info/university-news/tuition-fees-reintroduced-some-german-universities) for non-EU students from autumn
2017, meaning non-EU students will be required to pay fees of around 1,500 (~US$1,600) per semester to study at universities in the state, such as Ruprecht-Karls-
Universitt Heidelberg (/universities/ruprecht-karls-universitaet-heidelberg).

If youre successful in nding a university at which to study in Germany for free, you will of course still need to budget for living costs. If you need a German student
visa, youll need to prove you have around 8,700 (~US$9,230) per year for living expenses.

Two of the top destinations for study in Germany, Munich (/university-rankings-articles/qs-best-student-cities/munich) and Berlin (/university-rankings-articles/qs-
best-student-cities/berlin), were also ranked within the top 20 most aordable cities to study in the QS Best Student Cities 2017 (/city-rankings/2017).

For more information on how to study in Germany for free, see the following articles:

How Much Does it Cost to Study in Germany? (/student-info/student-nance/how-much-does-it-cost-study-germany)

How to Apply For a PhD In Germany (/where-to-study/europe/germany/how-study-phd-germany)

Scholarships to Study in Germany (/student-info/scholarship-advice/scholarships-study-germany)

Study in Germany: Frequently Asked Questions (/where-to-study/europe/germany/study-germany-frequently-asked-questions)

Study in Germany in English (/where-to-study/europe/germany/study-germany-english)

Top Universities in Germany 2018 (/university-rankings-articles/world-university-rankings/top-universities-germany-2018)

Study in France for free (or at low cost)

France (/student-info/qs-guides/how-to-study-abroad-in-france) may not be quite as widely known as Germany for aordable higher education. But international
students may be surprised to hear that they can also study in France for free (or, at a very low cost), regardless of their nationality.

Although technically university fees do exist at public universities in France, theyre just a fraction of those charged in most countries, amounting to just 184
(~US$195) per year at undergraduate level to cover course administration. Additional charges can bring this price up, particularly for more specialized programs
such as medicine and engineering, but not dramatically. If youre looking to study at a leading grande cole (
study/europe/france/study-france-frequently-asked-questions), however, expect fees to vary widely.

As is the case in Germany, the majority of programs oering the chance to study in France for free are taught in the native language. However, there are a growing
number of opportunities to study in English, particularly at graduate level. Alternatively, you can also attend a preparatory school to perfect your French skills before
beginning your degree, but this youll have to pay for.

Living costs in France are also relatively aordable, amounting to around 9,600 (~US$10,180) per year, though you should expect to pay more if you choose to live
in capital city Paris (/university-rankings-articles/qs-best-student-cities/paris). According to Numbeo (
country1=France&city1=Paris&country2=United+Kingdom&city2=London), cross-channel rival London eclipses Paris in all aspects of expense, with consumer prices
marked 25% higher and rental prices a whopping 69% higher than in Paris. The French capitals comparative aordability, combined with a huge selection of
internationally ranked universities, means it continues to rank within the top ve of the QS Best Student Cities (/city-rankings/2017) index.

Find out more:

Scholarships to Study Abroad in the Worlds Best Student Cities (/student-info/scholarship-advice/scholarships-study-abroad-worlds-best-student-


Scholarships to Study in Europe (/student-info/scholarship-advice/scholarships-study-europe)

9 of the Best Places to Study Abroad in Europe (/blog/9-best-places-study-abroad-europe)

Top 10 Universities in Paris (/where-to-study/europe/france/paris/top-10-universities-paris)

Top Universities in France (/university-rankings-articles/world-university-rankings/top-universities-france)

Study in the Nordic countries for free

Known for their high quality of life, stunning nature and liberal politics, Northern European nations (known as the Nordic countries) also boast some of the strongest
higher education systems in the world. Nordic nations Denmark (/where-to-study/europe/denmark/guide), Finland (/where-to-study/europe/nland/guide), Iceland
(/where-to-study/europe/iceland/guide), Norway (/where-to-study/europe/norway/guide) and Sweden (/where-to-study/europe/sweden/guide) all oer opportunities
to study free or at low cost:

In Norway, university study is available free of charge to all students, regardless of study level or nationality. The majority of undergraduate programs are taught
only in Norwegian, and international students need to demonstrate proof of prociency in Norwegian in order to study at this level. At masters and PhD level,
English language programs are far more common and free tuition still applies.

Denmark and Sweden only extend their free higher education perks to students from within the EU/EEA ( and Switzerland, meaning that
students from outside these regions must pay tuition fees for bachelors and masters programs. PhD programs in both countries are fully funded, oering
exceptional PhD candidates the chance to gain their degree without paying fees, and earn a salary. Finland will soon join them in charging tuition fees to non-EU
students starting from autumn 2017, which will be a minimum of 1,500 (~US$1,600) per year.

In both Denmark and Sweden, international fees at bachelor and master levels varies. In Denmark, university fees range from between DKK 45,000 and DKK 120,000
(~US$6,420-17,115) annually, while in Sweden they fall between SEK 80,000 and SEK 140,000 (~US$8,730-15,270).

In Iceland, there are no tuition fees charged at the countrys four public universities, with only a registration fee of around 400 a year (~US$425).

But what about living costs? Well, this is the catch, as the costs of living in Northern Europe are among some of the highest in the whole of Europe (/where-to-
study/region/europe/guide). This is largely due to the healthy economy of the region overall and the strength of the Nordic currencies, so paying more for living
when the streets are clean and the people are happy perhaps isnt so bad! Four Nordic capitals have been ranked among the worlds top student cities: Copenhagen
(/university-rankings-articles/qs-best-student-cities/copenhagen), Helsinki (/university-rankings-articles/qs-best-student-cities/helsinki), Oslo (/university-rankings-
articles/qs-best-student-cities/oslo) and Stockholm (/university-rankings-articles/qs-best-student-cities/stockholm).

Find out more:

Denmark Rated the Third Best Place to Study in Europe (/blog/denmark-rated-third-best-place-study-europe)

International Scholarships for Europes Nordic Countries (/student-info/scholarship-advice/international-scholarships-europes-nordic-countries)

Student Satisfaction: Finland Best Place to Study in Europe (/blog/student-satisfaction-nland-best-place-study-europe)

Studying in Sweden: Student Satisfaction Survey Results (/blog/studying-sweden-student-satisfaction-survey-results)

Other places to study in Europe for free (or at low cost)

What about other places to study in Europe for free or at a low cost? There are a number of Europe countries which oer aordable or free universities, without any
need to sacrice on quality. See below for more examples.


Another country where students can study in Europe for free (or at a very low cost) is Austria (/where-to-study/europe/austria/guide). EU/EEA students enjoy the
same rights as Austrians when it comes to the cost of higher education, and can study for up to two semesters for free at any degree level. After this time, students
pay a fee of just 363 (~US$385) per semester. International students from outside of the EU/EEA should expect slightly higher fees of around 726 (~US$770) per
semester. Living costs will set all students back approximately between 10,200-12,000 (~US$10,820-12,730) a year. Vienna (/university-rankings-articles/qs-best-
student-cities/vienna), Austrias capital city, is ranked 16th in the QS Best Student Cities 2017 (/city-rankings/2017).


There are two main language communities in Belgium (/where-to-study/europe/belgium/guide), each with their own stance on university fees. However, EU students
will pay a maximum of only 835 (~US$890) a year. And while its just EU students who get the major benets of being able to study in Europe for free, fees are still
very aordable for international students, ranging from 890 to a maximum of 4,175 (~US$940-4,430) per year. You can live in Belgium with a budget of around
11,400 (~US$12,100) a year. Brussels (/university-rankings-articles/qs-best-student-cities/brussels), the capital city, was ranked 45th in this years QS Best Student

Czech Republic

Students who speak Czech are able to study abroad for free in the Czech Republic (/where-to-study/europe/czech-republic/guide) at any public university. Students
who wish to study in English can also study fairly cheaply, at around CZK 108,334 (~US$4,260) per year. Living costs are more aordable than in many countries in
Western Europe, at around CRK 106,900-229,070 (~US$4,200-9000) per year. The Czech capital city, Prague (/university-rankings-articles/qs-best-student-
cities/prague), is ranked 30th in the QS Best Student Cities.


All students from within the EU/EEA are able to study abroad for free in Greece (/where-to-study/europe/greece/guide) at public universities and colleges, with the
exception of some masters programs. And if this doesnt sound like enough, you could also get your course textbooks for free! International students from outside
of the EU are also eligible for low-cost higher education, at approximately 1,500 (~US$1,600) per year. Greece oers one of the lowest costs of living in the
European Union.

Although private universities in Italy (/where-to-study/europe/italy/guide) can be known to charge fairly high tuition fees, public universities in Italy are markedly
cheaper, charging between 850 and 1,000 (~US$900-1,060) per year for undergraduate programs. EU students are eligible for the same funding opportunities as
Italian students, including loans, grants, scholarships and fee waivers. Living costs in Italy are also not as high as you might expect, at around 12,000-18,000
(~US$12,760- 19,145) per year. Milan (/university-rankings-articles/qs-best-student-cities/milan) is ranked 33rd in the most recent QS Best Student Cities, while capital
city Rome (/university-rankings-articles/qs-best-student-cities/rome) is 65th.


With the same education rights as Spanish students, EU students are not required to pay high education fees. International students, meanwhile, are able to study
in Spain (/student-info/qs-guides/how-to-study-abroad-in-spain) for between 680 and 1,400 (~US$720-1,500) per year at public institutions. Fees are charged on a
per-credit basis and can be higher at graduate level. To live in Spain you should expect to spend between 10,800 and 13,200 (~US$11,500-14,050) a year in living
costs. Madrid (/university-rankings-articles/qs-best-student-cities/madrid), Barcelona (/university-rankings-articles/qs-best-student-cities/barcelona) and Valencia
(/university-rankings-articles/qs-best-student-cities/valencia) are all featured in the QS Best Student Cities 2017, with Barcelona the highest ranked at 23rd.

Other places to study abroad for free (or at low cost)


While Argentinian students all enjoy access to free universities, international students should expect to pay a small, nominal fee to enroll at public universities in the
country. Private institutions in Argentina (/where-to-study/south-america/argentina/guide), on the other hand, can charge upwards US$5,000 a year. In the QS Best
Student Cities 2017, Argentinian capital Buenos Aires (/university-rankings-articles/qs-best-student-cities/buenos-aires) is 42nd.


In India (/where-to-study/asia/india/guide), international students will typically pay tuition fees of no higher than US$7,300 a year, though private university and
graduate fees tend to be more expensive. Living costs in India are, for most students, likely to be very appealing according to Numbeo
(, consumer prices are 187% cheaper than in the
UK, while rental prices are as much as 373% cheaper. Overall, you should be able to live comfortably on as little as US$5,000 a year.


Tuition fees in Taiwan (/where-to-study/asia/taiwan/guide) oer great value, with the nations top universities oering aordable programs. For example, National
Taiwan University (NTU) (/universities/national-taiwan-university-ntu/), the nations leading university at joint 68th in the QS World University Rankings 2016-2017, last
year charged undergraduate students just TW$100,920-124,200 (~US$3,175-3,900) per year. In the QS Best Student Cities 2017, Taipei (/university-rankings-
articles/qs-best-student-cities/taipei) was ranked 16th in the world and 16th for aordability.

This article was originally published in March 2015. It was updated in December 2016.

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