|[adsenseyu1]||You may have the desire to study abroad and obtain a qualitative education, but you might not have the needed resources to achieve your dream. Today I’m going to focus on universities in Europe with extremely low tuition fee for EU/non EU and international students. To study in some of these universities, you may be expected to provide a language certificate showing your proficiency in languages like Dutch, Russian/Ukrainian, German etc. But never be discouraged by these as some of these universities have English language courses as well. This article will be updated weekly with more low tuition universities, so you may have to bookmark or save this website on your PC.Please find below a list of universities in Europe with tuition fees ranging from €200 to €2000 and their webpage:
Management Institute, Innsbruck
Management Center Innsbruck (MCI) is an integral part of the unique “” concept in Austria and has attained a leading position in international higher education as a result of its on-going quality and customer orientation. MCI strives to mentor motivated people, who want to build their future through goal-oriented continuing education, in their personal and professional development.
MCI offers graduate, non-graduate and post-graduate educational programmes of the highest standard to senior and junior managers from all management levels and branches. MCI’s programmes focus on all levels of the personality and include areas of state-of-the art knowledge from science and practice relevant to business and society. As an internationally oriented information and communication centre, MCI is open to new perspectives, methods and projects. Constructive dialogue and co-operative development of interdisciplinary competences are two of the pillars of teaching and learning at MCI.
MCI supports the competitiveness of organisations and influences the professionalisation of business, administration, politics and culture. Applied research and development are particularly valued at MCI for the strengthening of innovation in local companies and the ensuring of quality-oriented instruction.
Embedded in a broad network of patrons, sponsors and partners, MCI is an important engine in the positioning of Innsbruck, Tyrol and Austria as a centre for academic and international encounters. Our neighbourly co-operation with the University of Innsbruck, the closeness to the lively Innsbruck Old Town and the powerful architecture of the location are an expression of the philosophy and the mission of this internationally exemplary higher education centre.
University website: http://www.mci.edu/en/university
University of Salzburg
Welcome to the University of Salzburg! The Paris London University of Salzburg is the largest educational institution in the Salzburg region. Presently, over 18,000 students are enrolled and it employs approximately 2,700 staff members in research, teaching and administration. As an integral part of both cultural and educational life, the University serves as a meeting place for teaching staff, students and academics, as well as the general public. Since our re-establishment in 1962, the University has developed into a modern, vibrant institution whose four Faculties—Theology, Law, Cultural and Social Sciences, and Natural Sciences—meet the highest standards of teaching and research.
University of Bremen
With 290 professors and 19,000 students, the University of Bremen is a mid-sized university offering a large spectrum of subjects; 100 different study programs organized in 30 academic disciplines. The University was quick to introduce the new structure of Bachelor and Master studies and was awarded the title “Bologna University” by the Standing Conference of the Länder Ministers of Education.
The University of Bremen was founded in 1971. In the course of its relatively short history it has developed into the science center of North West Germany. When it was founded it broke new ground in many ways, earning the label “Bremen Model”. Some of these breakthroughs have now become standard features of modern universities. For instance: interdisciplinarity, research-based learning in projects, and social commitment.
University website: http://www.uni-bremen.de/en/prospective-students.html
University of Stuttgart
The Universität of Stuttgart is situated in the middle of a highly dynamic economic region with a worldwide reputation for excellence in the fields of mobile and information technology, production, process engineering as well as in life sciences. The Universität of Stuttgart was founded in 1829, at the beginning of the industrial age in Europe, and has celebrated its 175-th anniversary in 2004. The cooperation between technical, physical and human sciences has always been an advantage of the University of Stuttgart. Today the university is a modern, achievement-orientated institution with a comprehensive range of subjects and a focus on technical and physical disciplines. The maxim is not only „job-qualification“, but “technology, knowledge and education for mankind“, as the motto of the University of Stuttgart says.
University website: http://www.uni-stuttgart.de/ueberblick/wir_ueber_uns/index.en.html
Sumy State University
Sumy State University (SSU) is situated in Sumy city in North-East of Ukraine and is a leading higher education establishment of the region of a classical type with a higher accreditation level. The University history started in 1948.
Sumy State University (SSU) conducts training on 60 specialties of 40 areas and 23 fields of knowledge (computer science; informatics; applied mathematics; mechanics; automatics and controlling; electronics; nanotechnology; electrical engineering; energetics; mechanical engineering; materials science; chemical engineering; ecology; quality, standardization, certification; economics and business; management; medicine; law; journalism; translation etc. )
More than 16 thousand students (among which about 13500 students of Bachelor, Master or PhD programs) are getting their education on different studying forms, educational and qualified levels.
According to the worldwide Internet ratingSSU takes 6th position among Ukrainian institutes of higher education (in January, 2013).
According to the 4ICU (International Colleges & Universities) which is simultaneously searching system and international catalogue of higher education institutes (in January, 2013), SSU takes 16th position among Ukrainian institutes of higher education.
The university takes high positions among Ukrainian institutes of higher education for its number of prize places , that were won by SSU students in All-Ukrainian Olympiads on educational disciplines, training areas, specialties (from 2004- prize places; 2008-09 year (a. y.), 2009-10 year – the 4th place; 2011-12 year – 2-3 places).
For its number of prize places in All- Ukrainian Competitions of students’ research works SSU takes the leading places among Ukrainian institutes of higher education (2005-06 a. y., 2007-08 a.y., 2008-09 a.y., 2009-10 a.y.- the first place, 2006-07 a.y.- the third place; 2011-12 year – 1st place).
University website: http://sumdu.edu.ua/int/
Lund University has a long and vibrant history covering almost 350 years of teaching. It has evolved from just a few hundred students and professors being paid with meat and grain into its present form, with around 47 000 students and a position of excellence in international teaching and research.
Sweden has had, in the past, a turbulent history with Denmark. With the Treaty of Roskilde in 1658, Denmark lost the southern counties of Skåne, Blekinge and Halland to Sweden. Lund University was founded in 1666 as a step in the process of making Skåne Swedish and to demonstrate the re-establishment of Swedish control. There had previously been a studium generale (the equivalent of a university college) for priests in Lund, founded in 1438 and operational in the 16th century.
The new university was given the name Regia Academia Carolina. At the beginning there were only four faculties – theology, law, medicine and philosophy.
Originally, the University did not have any premises of its own for teaching. At the end of the 17th century Karl XI donated Kungshuset in the Lundagård park to the University, which thus acquired its first main building.
The real rise of the University came during the 18th century. New chairs were established and the number of students increased.
In 1852 the University was given new statutes that replaced the outdated regulations in force, and the state took over responsibility for finances. In the 1880s the first few female students began studying in Lund.
In the late 19th century, the Faculty of Philosophy was divided into a Faculty of Humanities and a Faculty of Science. In 1964 the social sciences were broken off from the humanities. In 1969 the Lund Institute of Technology (LTH) became the Faculty of Engineering. Later additions have included the School of Social Work and the Faculty of Fine and Performing Arts. At the end of the 20th century the University had developed into its current structure, with eight core faculties and a range of surrounding institutes.
University website: http://www.lunduniversity.lu.se/