Studying in the United States is usually very expensive. College cost in the United States has gone up as much as 500% which is not the same with some countries.A lot of these countries offer courses in English for international students while a few other countries will charge a little fee of about 300-500 US dollars per year for students who are interested in studying in English.
Sweden is a very rich Scandinavian country with many undergraduate and postgraduate courses available. There are also about 950 programs that are taught in English but only PhD courses are tuition free for Americans.
German universities offer quality undergraduate and postgraduate programs that are that are taught in English and fully financed by the government. Courses available in German universities consist of major engineering courses to courses in humanities. Americans who decide to remain in Germany after graduating have a good chance of getting a job as several German companies hire university graduates.
There are around 150 programs that are taught in English available in Slovenian universities. International students pay a small amount when they enroll for these programs.
There are about 80 undergraduate programs in French universities taught in English but a lot of these courses are offered in private schools which are expensive. There are also several postgraduate courses taught in English for interested students.
Public universities would charge about 200 US dollars for most programs but a few colleges have a package that award tuition fees to students based on the income of their family. This package is mainly for students from the European Union.
Around 95 courses are available in English and public universities charge very small fees. Also two Brazilian universities are ranked among the best universities in the world. It is worth pointing out that Brazil may be better suited for cultural activities and not studying.
Finland has several programs that are taught in English and also offer free tuition for Americans and other international students. Americans admitted into universities in Finland are expected to cover expenses like accommodation, feeding and other living costs.
The university educational system in Norway is similar to that of the United States and the universities do not charge tuition fees for both American and international students. Courses are taught in English but the cost of living in Norway is quite high and expensive and may not allow students save money.