Studying abroad is a dream come true for many Nigerians. The reason behind the dream is due to several factors. One of the factors is the stable academic calendar of foreign universities. Unlike Nigeria, where there is incessant ASUU Strike. Western universities usually have a program start date and Finish date. This means, from the beginning, you know when you will graduate. In Nigeria, the strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) makes it difficult to know your graduation period. In all of this, Nigerians also consider the financial implications of studying abroad. This is why we have written a post on the Cheapest Countries to study Abroad.
The Cheapest countries to study abroad are the ones that offer low tuition or free education like the ones listed below. These countries are mainly European countries and therefore they offer advanced learning. Aside stable academic calendar, many Nigerian students want to study in western countries because of the standard of learning. Many of these western nations have very high standards compared to African universities. This is why their universities tops the world chart of the best.
Low cost education doesn’t mean poor standard of living. Sometimes, the countries are very stable economically to the point that the government subsidize education for both local and international students.
Do you want to know the cheapest countries to Study abroad? Check the list below;
Norway is one of the cheapest nations to study abroad. Most Universities in Norway provide almost FREE tuition. but this just for the State universities and University colleges. The private universities have tuition but easily affordable.
The only thing that needs to be paid when you get admission into the state universities is the Student union membership fee which is EUR32-64 per semester. The Free Tuition covers from under graduate to post graduate programs.
Germany is among the cheapest countries to study abroad. The nation offer Tuition-free to international students. Germany have one of the best universities however, not all cities offer tuition free like Munich.
Though some of the cities that do not have free tuition is still relatively affordable. The range is about EUR260. With additional mandatory fee of EUR32-64 per semester for Student union membership.
Hungary has some of the cheapest educational institutes in the world. However, the universities in Hungary are not tuition but they are relatively low and affordable.
Accommodation in Hungary is very much affordable. Therefore, Hungary is on our list of cheapest countries to study.
Check out:Nigeria to Hungary Visa and Travel Guide
On this list, Belgium could be considered as one of the cheapest country to live and study. The country’s accommodation is very low and affordable. For a start in search of a Universities, you can choose from theses options; Catholic University in Leuven, Universite Libre de Bruxelles, and Vrije Universiteit Brussel.
Other Countries include;
In as much as the countries above offer free or low tuition, you must also take note that one of the requirements for international student is to have financial proof of living. Sometimes, this is called Living Cost. The living cost is a money required to have in your account either in your home country or destination country. This is to show you can cater for your finances for a year. This is between 3-6 Million Naira depending on the destination country.