If you cannot afford the high tuition fees to study in the UK, US and Australia, why not think of studying in European low tuition universities. Most countries in Europe have universities with extremely low and affordable tuition fees for international students. These countries include, Poland, Russia, Belarus, Belgium, Austria etc, and I’m going to talk about education in these countries, tuition fees, cost of living and list of universities. So sit back and enjoy!!
Polish educational system provides the highest quality of educational services. That is proven by the success of Polish professionals working all over the world, acclaimed as perfectly educated, creative and effective. Studies in Poland cost much less than in most european countries and cost of living is much lower. There are English courses available for international students, so you don’t have to speak Polish
Tuition fees in Poland
The minimal tuition fee is 2000 euros a year. Although, universities may set higher amount for particular courses, the candidate should verify the cost of studying in a university.The living expenses in Poland are much lower than in most EU countries. The amount of 200-400 Euros should cover the monthly costs of accommodation, food and transport. Moreover EU/EEA students are allowed to work full time without any permission.Citizens from Belarus, Russia or Ukraine are allowed to work for a period of three months and not exceeding the period of six months. All other nationals may work without permission in July, August and September.
List of universities in Poland
- Academy of Economics in Wroclaw
- Agricultural University of Cracow
- College of Science, Warsaw
- European Academy of Arts in Warsaw
- Gdansk Management College
- Gdansk Medical Academy
- Jagiellonian University Cracow
- Polish Open University in Warsaw
- Polish-Japanese Institute of Information Technology in Warsaw
- School of Banking and Management in Cracow
- Technical University of Warsaw
- University of Lodz
- University of Silesia
- University of Wroclaw
- University of Warsaw
If you are looking for where to study and pay little for tuition, then consider studying in Russia. Russia is situated in northeastern Europe and northern Asia. It has over 230 institutions of higher learning and I’m going to post a comprehensive list of these institutions for those people that are interested in Studying there. But before I do that, lets briefly look at the cost of living and study in the world’s largest country.
Cost of living in Russia
Cost of living in Russia is low and affordable compared with other European countries. The estimated cost of living in one month is put at $300 to $400 which covers the cost of accommodation, food, entertainment, travel etc.
Cost of study in Russia
Tuition fees in Russian universities are quite affordable. The cost depends on the study program, for example, medicine, design and architecture have the highest tuition which ranges from $4000 to $6000 per year. Whereas tuition for other programs usually ranges from $1500 to $3500 per year.
Cost of living in Russia
Cost of living in Russia is one of the lowest in Europe. Its estimated at $500 which covers the cost of accommodation, food, books etc.
Tuition fees are low and quite affordable. Fees for medicine, engineering and architecture ranges from $3500 to $5000, while other courses start from $1500 to $3000.
Note: To study in Russia, international students will be expected to undergo the Russian language training that usually last for one academic year and will cost about $1500.
Top Universities in Russia
- Altai State Technical University
- Baltic State Technical University
- Bauman State Technical University
- European University at St.Petersburg
- High School of Economics
- International University of Engineering, Moscow
- Ivano State Academy of Medicine
- Jewish University of Moscow
- Kazan State University
- Kazan State University of Technology
- Kuban State University of Technology
- Kursk State Medical University
- Moscow State University
- St. Petersburg State University
- Surgut State University
- Tambov State Technical University
- Tomsk State University
- Ural State Technical University
Belgium is a nice and conducive European country to study with extremely high quality of life. Education and health care in the country is one of the best in the world. As an international student in Belgium, you will have the opportunity to enjoy the rich culture of the land common in cities like Antwerp, Bruges, Ghent, Liege and Namar.
Cost of living in Belgium
Cost of living in Belgium is a bit high compared with other European countries. Its estimated at about 800 euros per month which will cover the cost of accommodation, food healthcare, public transport, telephone and leisure.
Tuition fees in Belgian universities is among the lowest in Europe. It ranges from 500 Euros to 1500 Euros per academic year.
Top Universities in Belgium
- Boston University
- University of Kent
- Brussels Schools Of International Studies
- University Of Antwerp
- The Open University
Another country in Europe that charges very low tuition is Georgia. International students choose Georgia because its one of the most stimulating countries in the world. Also, students are usually allowed to work and study.
Tuition fees in Georgian Universities
Tuition fees in Georgian universities are extremely low and affordable Compared with other European universities. Tuition fee for undergraduate programs range from $2000 to $4000 and $4000 for postgraduate programs.
Top universities in Georgia
- University of Georgia
- International Black Sea University.
- Free University Of Tbilisi.
- Caucasus University.
- Geogian American University.
- Georgian American University.
- Georgian Institute Of Public Affairs.
- Kutaisi University.
- Gori University.
- Tbilisi State Medical University.