UNIVERSITIES THAT YOU CAN STUDY FOR FREE IN EUROPE
Europe offers one of the best education in the world and the need to be educated is priceless and the search for quality education is very important. That is why have here a list of countries you can study for free.
Sweden is one of the few countries till 2010 that offered free education. It did not matter what your nationality was, taxpayers money was used. But all good things come to an end, and in 2010, the Swedish parliament passed a law to charge tuition and application fees for non-EU students. At the same time, scholarship programs were offered.
Education in Greece is also free for European nationals (for most programs), even for international students, fees is quite low compared to many other countries .
Germany’s research programs have been the inspiration for today’s American graduate schools.
International students go to Norway to study as they get a high-quality education at little to no cost.Just like Sweden, the Norwegian government finances education with taxpayers’ money so international students along with native students can enjoy free education at state universities. Although, the cost of living is high.
The Norwegian Universities and College Admission Service (NUCAS) is the coordinator of undergraduate admission.
Education in Austria is not tuition free, but tuition and fees is quite low! For EU/EEA nationals tuition is almost insignificant and for non European countries it’s <1000 Euro per semester.
German universities recently started charging tuition fees for undergraduate study programs. Right now, just 4 out of 16 charge tuition fees that are as little as 500 Euros per semester. All other federal states just request a small semester contribution of around 50 Euros with no tuition fees charged.
Non-EU students have to pay tuition fees (for courses offered in English). Each University will have its fee structure. The University of Helsinki and the University of Turku are top ranked universities of Finland. Students need to cover their living expenses.
Most colleges in Denmark offer free education (for Citizens, EEU, people with certain visa types, etc.is). Major Universities (which are one of the best in Europe) are the University of Copenhagen and University of Kiel. All Danish citizens are also offered tuition aid/scholarships.