There are 23 countries in Euro area. Each of them is different in terms of lifestyle, language and living cost. The region is well-known for its ancient buildings and prosperous civilization. Europe boasts many oldest and prestigious universities of the world. It has a long history of providing quality education and European degrees have a great value throughout the world. The most popular destinations in Europe are – France, Italy, Sweden, Germany and Poland.
Reasons to study in Europe
- EU students get opportunity to study in the universities in free of cost or in reduced cost and they do not need additional visa.
- International students get zero tuition free education or scholarships in some countries
- More than 100,000 Degrees and programs are available for Bachelor, Master and PhD level students.
- Flexible and innovative education system allows students to select a course from large number of courses.
- Get opportunity to learn a new language beside English.
- Get world-class education in affordable tuition fee and reasonable living cost.
- Have opportunity to live for work after completion of education, and apply for permanent residence.
- In Germany, Poland and Czech Republic countries, you can skip tuition fee if you study in their local language.
In Europe, education cost and living expense varies according to program/course and country. Here is an average estimate have been provided for each country. To get accurate information, it is advised to visit your desired institute’s website and immigration website of the country.
Austria: Tuition fee is approximately €800/semester for international students, but for domestic students it is zero. The range of living cost is €10,000 – €12,000 per year.
Belgium: International students have to pay up to €5000/year as tuition fee, whereas it is only €890 for EU students. Yearly living cost range is €10,000 – €12,000.
Denmark: Though EU students get opportunity to study without tuition fee, non-EU students have to pay is €6,000 – €16,000 per year as tuition fee. Here the living cost is DKK 84,000 per year.
Finland: Tuition fee is fee for all students and average living cost is €10,000 per year.
France: In public universities, annual tuition fee is average €189 for undergraduate programs, €260 for master’s programs and €400 for doctoral programs. Living expense is around €10,000 per year.
Germany: Tuition fee is free for all students, but €10,000 or more is required for non-consecutive master programs. Living expense is average €8,000 per year.
Italy: In public universities, average tuition fee range is €850 – €1000 per year for undergraduate level courses and up to €1500 for postgraduate level courses.
Norway: Tuition fee for all students and in all programs (excluding some specialized courses). Average living cost is NOK 120,000 per year.
Sweden: Tuition fee is free for EU students, and for non-EU students it is SEK 100,000 – 150,000 annually. Living expense is around SEK 100,000 per year.
Each countries education system and admission procedure is different according to its institute type, course and program level. You can learn about the procedure in details by visiting each countries education website. Here are the links of some European countries have provided.
- Admission and entry to university – Your Europe
- Erasmus+ | EU programme for education, training, youth and sport