It is a known fact that one of the many benefits of studying abroad is the opportunity to learn a new language, but that of course, does not mean you want to study in a foreign language-especially if it is hugely different from yours. English is the second most commonest language in the world and many universities are increasing their range of available English taught programs in order to attract more international students. If you are on a budget, this article will tell you where to study and get a degree for US $5,000 or less.
Affordable English taught courses are also available, although mostly at graduate level. Iceland’s four public universities do not charge tuition fees, which means you only need to pay an annual registration fee of $700. Non EU/EEA students will be charged an application fee when they apply and this is usually $70. Unfortunately,the university of Iceland recommends that students budget at least US $1,100 per month. This means that you will need at least US $13,000 for your living expenses per year.
Malaysia provides a warmer climate for studying English in a warmer climate. All programs at private universities are taught in English and most postgraduate degrees are also English taught. Malaysia has the most suitable combination of low tuition fees and living costs, with the capital city ranked as the most affordable city for students.
Greece-the place of the academia: another sunny and warm city to study English in. As in other destinations, you will find out that English taught programs are more common at postgraduate levels. If you are from the EU region, you will not be pay tuition at public Greek universities. If you are an international student from outside the EU, you should budget $1,750 per year. Living costs in Greece are also some of the lowest in Africa. You should budget $8,400 per year.
Many German people understand English, but it is still a good idea to learn basic German especially if you are thinking of working during or after your studies as this will increase your employment prospects. If you want to study in Germany in English, you may have to be quite relaxed about your choice of program if you are studying for a Bachelor’s degree, as English taught programs are more common at Master’s level. All students can study for free at public universities in all states except Barden-Wattemberg where fees have been reintroduced for non EU students. If you are a non EU student at this university, the fees will still be lower than what you’ll find elsewhere at $3,000 per year.
More than 120 English taught programs are found here. Tuition fees vary between universities, but there is no average figure. Tuition fees range from $3,000 to $4,000 per year. For costs of living; you will need up to $7,000 per year.
There are currently about 1,200 English taught programs available (more commonly at Master’s level). Bachelor’s degree cost about $125, Master’s $300 and PHD $460. So you do not have to know how to speak French to study in France!
English taught programs are becoming increasingly popular in Norway, especially at Master’s level, making it an ideal place to study in English. Tuition is free for all students at public universities in Norway, meaning you only have to pay for $38 each contest. Sadly, living costs in Norway are very high. You should budget $17,600 per year. Good enough, students can work in Norway and make extra cash. International students from outside the EU will need a work permit.
Finally, we come to this beautiful central European country which has much to offer international students-prestigious universities, high quality of life, and exciting student life. Majority of the programs are taught in German at Bachelor,s level, with a much wider range of English taught programs.
Many people in Austria speak English, especially young people. But it would still be a good idea to learn German. If you are from the EU/EEA, you can do Bachelor’s or Master’s degree programs for free, provided you complete it in the required time frame. After this, you will be required to pay $425 for each additional semester. Non EU students will pay $1,700 per year.