7 Places You Can Earn FREE University Degrees Overseas
Did you know there are 7 countries where you can go to get a FREE University degree? It’s true! And, what an amazing freebie!
In the United States, a college education will cost you about 500 times more than it would in 1985. That’s a chilling statistic, considering how important a degree can be to success in many cases!
But there’s good news! There are several countries where you can go to get your higher education with no tuition fees. Check them out, and share with your friends!
1. Germany: Tuition rates were always low in Germany, but now the German government fully funds the education of its citizens — and even of foreigners.
2. Finland: This northern European country charges no tuition fees, and it offers a large number of university programs in English.
3. France: While not free, public universities charge only $200 for most programs, and others charge based on the income of parents. Children of unemployed parents can study for free. That rule only pertains to citizens. The website studyportals.eu provides a comprehensive list of the available courses in France and other European countries.
4. Sweden: PhD programs in Sweden are tuition-free. Undergraduate programs are some of the world’s most cost-efficient college degrees.
5. Norway: Norwegian universities do not charge tuition fees for international students. Similar to the US, class sizes are small and professors are easily approachable. Many Norwegian universities offer programs taught in English. Beware of the high cost of living in Norway that might make pursuing a degree there less than cost savings.
6. Slovenia: Foreigners pay only a nominal enrollment fee for higher education, where 150+ English programs are available. Slovenia borders Italy and Croatia, and is among Europe’s most popular vacation destinations.
7. Brazil: Like Slovenia, foreigners pay only a nominal enrollment fee. Some Brazilian courses are taught in English, but most are in Portuguese.
Source: Washington Post