Given the chance, a lot of Africans will prefer to study outside the continent than in their various locality. The reason isn’t farfetched.
With the continuous decline in our educational system, the idea of studying abroad has never been more alluring than it is now, as alluring as this may be however, it is a step that requires thorough research and detailed information, considering the cost implication.
This article is geared towards providing you with information on most affordable Countries for Africans to study abroad.
The first consideration for anyone looking to study abroad will be the cost of undertaking such venture. Cost of studying abroad is not only limited to the tuition fee, it is important to put into consideration the quality of life in the intended country as well as the cost of living.
This is why Globe Migrant has compiled a list of Top Five Most affordable Universities In Europe and Asia. This list is the product of a broad variety of factors such as the education ranking of the country vis-a-vis the cost of education and living expenses.
Milan is ranked 36th in the QS Best Student Cities, with the cost of living put at about $1,300 per month and annual tuition fee on the average of $17,360 for Private Universities whereas State Universities are cheaper with Annual tuition fee ranging from $920-$1,080 for undergraduate programs.
For International students (Nigerians) studying in Spain will cost between $740-$1,500 per year in public universities, with the benefit of per credit charges, this fee is slightly higher for Post Graduate Studies.
Living expenses in Spain is relatively cheap, put at the average of $970-1,200 per annum.
International Student from outside the European Union who are considering studying in Austria will pay fee of about $800 per semester while living cost per month is put at $920-$1080.
Students who meet with the study requirements of Greece, benefit from the low cost of education which goes for as low as $1,630 per full calendar year.
Greece offers one of the lowest cost of living in the European Union.
Germany has abolished tuition fees for undergraduate students in all German public colleges. This implies that both Domestic and International udergraduate students at state Universities in Germany can study for almost free, paying only a token to cover administration and other costs per semester. Putting the average learning cost in Germany to only $10,520 per year.
While $540 goes for school fees the balance of $9,980 covers for 12 months of life, Food, transportation, accommodation, entertainment course materials and other necessities inclusive. There you have it, the five most affordable universities in Europe and Asia. This should serve as a guide for intending students hoping to study abroad.
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