Which country is best for Master’s?
Asked by Pavan Kurapati over 1 year ago
Norway is our best pick as it remains free for everyone, from both within and outside the EU, at public
universities, except for a few specialized programs. Another reason to study in Norway is the availability
of English-taught programs at all study levels; many locals are proficient in English.
Taiwan is another of the cheapest countries to study abroad. The tuition fees for undergraduates start at
TW$100,920 (~US$3,300) per year for liberal arts programs, up to TW$124,200 (~US$4,050). In addition,
the country offers more than 120 courses at over 40 universities, and Taiwan is also a popular destination
for learning Mandarin.
Germany is continuing to grow in popularity with international students, and it’s not hard to see why – it
offers reputable universities, relatively low costs, and high quality of life. Master’s students who have not
studied for their undergraduate degree in Germany will typically pay upwards of €20,000 (~US$23,450)
per year, but you may be able to find a scholarship to help.
Mexico is one of Latin America’s most-visited nations and has lots to offer international students. Tuition
fees vary with an average of around US$6,300 per year for international undergraduate. Living expenses
are also reasonably low in Mexico.
Malaysia is undoubtedly one of the cheapest countries to study abroad, particularly in terms of living
costs.Most students will only need about MYR 14,400 (~US$3,550) per year to live comfortably in
Malaysia. In terms of tuition fees, you’ll pay an average of US$4,000 per academic year, but some
courses are even cheaper.
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