How much money is required to be eligible for studying in Europe?
Asked by Rakesh Kumar Nayak about 1 year ago
Since you have not mentioned which European country you are eyeing, I’ll just give an overview of the cost of living in some of the European countries:
Austria: Average tuition fees are €726.72 (~US$850) per semester for international students at all levels. Average living costs: €11,400 (~US$13,350) per year.
Belgium: Average tuition fees is €906 (~US$1,060) per year for EU students; €4,175+ (~US$4,900+) per year for non-EU students. These figures apply at all study levels. Average living costs: €10,200-11,400 (~US$11,940-13,350) per year.
France: Average annual tuition fees are €2,770 (~US$3,100) per year for undergraduate programs and €3,770 (~US$4,240) per year for master’s degrees. PhDs cost the same for all students at €380 (~US$430). Average living costs: €9,900 (~US$11,550) per year.
Germany: Average tuition fees are free for all students at undergraduate and PhD levels at public universities, excluding those in Baden-Württemberg, where non-EU students pay tuition fees of €3,000 (~US$3,500) per year. €20,000 (US$23,400) per year for most non-consecutive master’s programs elsewhere in Germany. Average living costs: €10,200 a year (~US$11,900)
United Kingdom: Average annual tuition fees are £10,000 (~US$13,130) for international undergraduate students outside the EU. International students should expect to pay between £11,000-32,000 (~US$14,440-42,000) for most master’s degrees. Average living costs: £12,180 (~US$16,000) per year.
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