This article will bring you to the list of the cheapest countries to live and study. Insider Monkey has recently published an interesting article about it giving you some advice – of you are planning to move and change career in another country. Living and studying abroad definitely does not come cheap, so you should do some research on the cheapest universities in the world for international students before you go. Some of the cheapest university tuition in the world can be found in places like India, Malaysia, and Taiwan, so that’s a good place to start your search. It gets even better than that though. There is a number of free universities in Europe for international students depending on whether you live within or outside the European Union. For example, Spain offers free higher education for any EU citizens, while it’s free for anyone in the Czech Republic as long as speaks the language.
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three cheapest countries to live and study from their list.
The first one is Austria. Austria is an awesome place to study for EU students, but that does not mean it is terrible in terms of tuition fees for non-EU students. In fact, it is one of the cheapest countries in Europe for education for both EU and non-EU students. On average your tuition fees would be around €750 per semester, and your average cost of living would range somewhere between €650 to €950 per month. And yes, you can get your education in English in some of Europe’s finest universities. The second country is Italy. If you ever dreamed of going to some of the oldest universities in Europe, then you have to head for Italy. Home to some of the oldest institutions known, Italy is an excellent place for international students. The tuition fees are around €850 to €1000, and the cost of living in student cities is approximately €750. It’s a fairly affordable place to live and study with some interesting sightseeing opportunities. At last, but not least, let’s see Germany. An interesting fact is that there are no tuition fees in Germany. If we were only considering cheapest places to study, Germany would have ranked much higher. However, we are also considering how cheap it is to live in Germany as well. This is why we had to rank Germany at the 13th spot in our list, due to a relatively high cost of living.