Over the past few weeks, I have received lots of mails and in the mails, people have asked lots of questions about studying abroad, so I have decided to post those questions and answers here so others can also benefit from it. Find below, some frequently asked study abroad questions and their answers:
Are there tuiton-free universities?
Yes there are. Countries like Germany and Finland are operating tuition free.
Can international students apply to tuition-free universities?
Ofcourse, its open to all students.
How can I apply to tuition-free institutions?
You can apply online or send your application direct to the school involved. If you cannot do this on your own, then we can offer to assist you get your applications across. Visit the link below to see how we can help.
Whats the cost of living in countries operating tuition-free?
As I said earlier, only two countries operate tuition-free for now, and they are Germany and Finland. Cost of living in Germany is estimated at 700 euros per month, while that of Finland is about 500 euros per month. This amount covers cost of accomadation, food, medicare, books etc.
What are the requirements to study abroad?
To study abroad at the undergraduate level, you must have the following: High school or secondary school certificate, minimum of five credit passes in relevant subjects, international passport. For postgraduate study, the following are usually needed: First degree certificate, transcript showing grades, a statement of purpose/admission essay, two reference letters, English language proficiency certificate for candidate who’s mother tonque is not English language, international passport.
What are the tuition fees in most European countries?
Russia: $2000 to $5000, Georgia: $1500 to $4000, Ukraine: $2000 to $4000, France: $250 to $600 [$4000 to $15000 in Grand Ecoles], Germany and Finland operate tuition free,
How can I apply to universities abroad?
Most universities accept online application, so you can apply to any school of your choice from the comfort of your home. Remember though, that some universities demand for application fee of about $100 before processing admission application.
How will I know if my admission is being processed?
The school will notify you of your admission status via email, or in some cases, you will have to log Into the application portal to view your status.
How long does it take to receive an offer?
It depends on the school and your application. For instance, if your application is incomplete, it will delay the application process and you will get your offer late. Generally speaking, universities issue offer letters 2-3 weeks after submission of application.
These are questions prospective students usually ask before embarking on their study. If you have any question about studying abroad, feel free to ask in the comment box and you will get the answer as soon as possible. Thanks.