Linz is the largest and one of the main economic centers in Austria as
many European cities, like the cityscape of Linz is characterized by
small and various sacred building as Marià Emptangnis Dom or New
Cathedral as the biggest church in Austria. There’s are a lot of
attraction an international student will encounter and it will no
doubt be a rewarding one.
In the forefront of international prestige amd reputation, a lot of
university comes to the spotlight such as the famous Johannes Kepler
University Linz amd definitely a must go choice for every
international student unless your course of study in purely Art. The
university graved itself in social sciences, economies, and business,
law as well as engineering and natural sciences.
Because of it’s international recognition and popularity, have been
driving amassed traffic into Austria from all over the world and as
thus, will be our focal point when considering tuition fees.
What does it cost to study in Linz universities?
European Union students that follow a complete degree enrol for an
exchange program in a public university In Austria don’t need to pay
for any tuition fee rather a symbolic fee of 18 EUR per semester to
the student union while non-European Union students will have to pay
an average of 726.72 EUR in addition to 18 EUR per semester.
However, is worth taking note that both EU and Non-EU student will
have to pay tuition fee in public universities of applied science.
Although the fee will vary depending on your program or institution..
As an international student, it won’t be advisable to apply for a
Private university cause the tuition fee could be overwhelming. Paying
5,000 EUR per year isn’t a joke.
Cost of living in Linz
According to ‘Numbeo stats’ the estimated monthly expenses for a
single person is €500 to €700 to cover the cost of food, accommodation, transportation, books etc for one month. Here’s the breakdown:
• Meal for two people, mid range restaurant, three courses
• Memeal at McDonald
• Domestic beer (0.5)
• Imported beer (0.33 liter bottle)
• Water (0.33 little bottle)
• Milk (1 liter)
1.20€ and so many other products which yiu can find out by researching
a little online.
The relative cost of living and studying in Linz is reasonable and
definitely economical compare to other big cities. You will always
gain more than you think you’ve lost in Linz.