If you need some advice where to go to study, keep follow us and learn more about the easiest and cheapest countries to study abroad. Insider Monkey recently published an article about this topic giving us some very useful tips. If I could be young again I would surely choose a university or a college somewhere abroad. I could make friendships and acquintances there, I could know other people’s traditions, lifestyle and so on.
When I went to my first university which was the University of Agriculture, I was that of a young, pretty girl with very, very little amount of money. My family couldn’t support me, so in the first term I had to make my living from the amount I saved that summer. Every month I paid the dorm, and I didn’t have too much money left, I remember that I had money for only three rolls every day. I eat one roll with butter for breakfast, one for lunch and one for dinner…. Good old times! So if somebody, I really know what it means to be on the budget.
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for you. We have picked three countries from their list.
At first let’s see Norway! This is the country where I could imagine to live. What’s great about Norway is that tuition is free for all students regardless of whether you come from the EU or not, which fits into our plan to study on a budget. Living costs tend to be higher though, even double or triple than in some other countries. The second country on my list now is Sweden. Well, this country is also in the middle of my heart. If I was told to get an opportunity to settle down here, I would move immediately. According to the results of our research, Sweden is among the best countries to study abroad because it’s relatively cheap. Sweden is a leader when it comes to higher education since you don’t have to pay tuition fee if you’re a citizen of EU/EEA. This beautiful country is, however, a bit more expensive when it comes to living costs than some other countries. At last but not least let’s have a look at South Africa. Well, I don’t know how safe this country now, but if you can find it on Insider Monkey’s list, I think there won’t be any problem if you try to learn there. South Africa is definitely a great choice as it’s a cheap country to study abroad. If you wish to study abroad, but you have limited funds, this is the perfect place for that. This exciting country has a lot to offer as it’s known for its natural beauty, and with the low living and studying expenses, it’s a perfect choice.
For any further useful information read Insider Monkey’s article about 10 easiest and cheapest countries to study abroad–