Low Fee University Study in Europe Budapest Hungary
Study in Europe Budapest Hungary for low fee degrees taught through English. Universities Australia modelling warns of fee increase under proposed higher education reforms. University students will be forced to pay an average of double the existing fee to study at universities under the Abbott Government’s proposed reforms to higher education, according to new modelling provided by Universities Australia (UA)…..”We might start to see Australian students voting with their feet and in fact starting to consider international higher education providers,” she told Lateline.
‘From The Washington Post. 7 countries where Americans can study at universities, in English, for free (or almost free). Since 1985, U.S. college costs have surged by about 500 percent, and tuition fees keep rising. In Germany, they’ve done the opposite.
The country’s universities have been tuition-free since the beginning of October, when Lower Saxony became the last state to scrap the fees. Tuition rates were always low in Germany, but now the German government fully funds the education of its citizens — and even of foreigners.
Explaining the change, Dorothee Stapelfeldt, a senator in the northern city of Hamburg, said tuition fees “discourage young people who do not have a traditional academic family background from taking up study. It is a core task of politics to ensure that young women and men can study with a high quality standard free of charge in Germany.”
What might interest potential university students in the United States is that Germany offers some programs in English — and it’s not the only country. Let’s take a look at the surprising — and very cheap — alternatives to pricey American college degrees.‘
‘From The Guardian Education Study Abroad. Study abroad for a cheaper university option. Overseas universities are undercutting their UK counterparts with courses taught in English
Daniel Hughes had always wanted to take a master’s degree but the cost of the qualification in the UK put him off. The current average price of a UK Masters degree is £6,000 a year, with some universities charging more than double that figure.
“I was thinking of going to study abroad after graduating from Bangor University and working in the NHS,” he says. “I could speak a bit of Swedish and the master’s courses in Sweden are free, so it made sense to look there.”
Now 29, Hughes is in his second and final year of an MA in media and communications studies at Stockholm University and is writing a thesis on why Scandinavian noir TV series are so popular with British audiences.
He is one of a growing number of UK students opting to study abroad in Europe at universities that offer master’s degrees in English for a much lower fee – or no fee at all.
According to a report from the Institute of International Education, the number of European master’s courses taught in English has mushroomed to over 6,600, up 42% in the past two years, with the Netherlands, Germany and Sweden leading the way….
…Studying for a master’s in mainland Europe ticks three important boxes: it is cheaper than in the UK; the education is high quality; and it gives you an international experience that could open doors to the career of your dreams.‘
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