Which country is best for Cyber Security in affordable prices?

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Tejaswini Malik

Tejaswini Malik

MentR-Me Team

Study Abroad Expert

One of the unique experiences a student may have is studying abroad. Students are drawn to study abroad because of the diverse landscapes, multicultural environments, and historic universities. In addition, many nations permit international students to work there to assist them in covering their tuition costs while studying.

There are usually some requirements for working while studying abroad in many countries. For example, you will typically need to submit some papers to the relevant authorities to obtain permission or a visa. 

The following top-notch nations will make it simple for international students to make extra cash while studying.

USA with 1,095,299 International student population
The F-1 visa allows for up to 40 hours of employment per week during the summer and 20 hours per week during the academic year. Working on-Campus is when you are required to perform work for the institution where you are enrolled, whether that work is performed on- or off-campus.

The UK, with a 496,570 International student population
If they have a Tier 4 student visa, international students can work and study in the UK. International students enrolled in a six-month or more prolonged course of study in the UK are granted this visa. It depends on the type you choose to follow and how many hours you can work, a maximum of 10 or 20 per week during the study term. All students with work permits are permitted to work full time during the break for 40 hours per week.

Canada, with 642,480 International student population
Students must be full-time students at "a designated learning institution" if they want to work while they are in school (DLI). They are permitted to work 20 hours a week. They also need a study permit that states explicitly that it will allow them to work off-campus. Additionally, students must obtain a Social Security number.

Germany, with a 265,484 International student population
International students may work part-time for 240 days a year and full-time for 120 days with the approval of the Federal Employment Agency and the foreigner's office.

Students can find employment through student services, online job boards, the Federal Employment Agency, university job advertising boards, etc. The majority of students work as academic assistants, servers, or couriers.

Other countries providing studying, working and PR are: 

  • Australia, with 420,501 International student population
  • France, with a 343,400 International student population
  • Switzerland, with a 313128 International student population
  • New Zealand, with a 117,248 International student population
  • Russia, with a 334,497 International student population
  • Spain, with a 109,522 International student population

There are numerous options to make money while participating in study abroad programs, including job fairs, campus employment, internet job boards, etc. Realise your dream while earning valuable work experience abroad while still in school. Take advantage of the chance to work while you are studying abroad.

Sarma Bhujbal

Sarma Bhujbal

Study abroad consultant at Mentr Me

Between choosing the best country for studying Cyber Security affordably involves evaluating various factors such as tuition fees, cost of living, quality of education, and post-study opportunities. Among the top contenders are Germany, Estonia, and Canada.

Germany is frequently highlighted due to its minimal tuition fees at public universities, even for international students. Institutions like TU Munich and RWTH Aachen offer top-tier Cyber Security programs. The cost of living is manageable, particularly in smaller cities. Moreover, Germany's strong tech industry provides excellent internship and employment opportunities post-graduation.

Canada is also a great option, balancing affordability and quality. While tuition fees are higher than in Germany or Estonia, they are still reasonable compared to the US or UK. Canadian universities such as the University of Toronto and the University of British Columbia have reputable Cyber Security programs. The country is known for its high standard of living, diverse culture, and post-graduation work opportunities, including the possibility of permanent residency.

In summary, Germany and Canada offer excellent Cyber Security programs at affordable prices. Each country has its unique advantages, so your choice should depend on your personal preferences, career goals, and financial situation.




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