The best universities in the world, which are the most likely to get on the budget



The best universities in the world, which are the most likely to get on the budget

We have collected the top five universities, according to estimates, where international students can study on a budget.

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Education abroad opens many doors and opportunities for students, such as: quality knowledge, new acquaintances, learning foreign languages, exploring new countries and cultural environments, etc. Such valuable experience undoubtedly expands and enriches the worldview. 

Not so long ago, studying in a foreign country was too expensive and inaccessible for many young people. However, now there are more and more foreign universities and colleges that offer foreign students affordable prices, various scholarships, grants, free programs. Moreover, there are many prestigious educational institutions where you can get education on a budget. Also, many American prestigious universities and colleges offer various free programs for online education. 

Read here how to choose the right country to study abroad.

University of Bergen, Norway

The educational institution does not offer scholarships, but allows both local and foreign students to get education on a budget.

The University of Bergen is a state university. The institution is divided into two buildings: Årstadvollen and Haukeland and Haraldsplass. The first is a kind of "health campus", where medicine, dentistry, public health are studied. The second building teaches mostly natural and scientific disciplines, psychology, art, law, etc.  

International students who have entered the University of Bergen on a budget do not pay tuition fees. The only thing you need to pay is a semester fee for social students (SiB). 

Stanford University, USA 

The educational institution is one of the most prestigious in the United States. The university was founded in 1891, and has trained a huge number of well-known, authoritative figures. 

Stanford University offers free educational programs and courses in online format. International students who wish to study at the educational institution have the opportunity to get a world-class education without leaving home. The list of free programs can be found on the university website.

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Humboldt University in Berlin, Germany 

This educational institution of Germany with a long history was founded in 1810. It is considered one of the most authoritative and prestigious higher education institutions in Europe. The university still uses the concept and model of education introduced by the founder Wilhelm von Humboldt. It also uses the reformist ideas of the philosophy of Johann Gottlieb Fichte and the theologian, philosopher Friedrich Schleiermacher.

Students, including foreign students, do not pay tuition fees at Humboldt University. There is only a general fee of 307.09 euros in the summer semester (257.09 euros for exchange students). Also, the institution awards a number of scholarships to international students through some charitable organizations.

University of Oslo, Norway

The educational institution is one of the oldest in Norway. It was founded in 1811. Every year about 30,000 students study at the university. By the way, four Nobel Prize winners were graduates of this university.

The University of Oslo is a state university. Therefore, students (foreign students too) do not pay tuition fees, but only make a small registration fee for the semester in the amount of about 70 euros. The fee provides an opportunity to use the services of the Student Life Foundation (SiO).

In addition, the university offers scholarships for doctoral programs.  Students who want to study for a master's degree can take advantage of the Erasmus, Nordplus and EEA/Norway scholarship programs.

Ludwig-Maximilians University of Munich, Germany

Within the framework of the Excellence Initiative, Ludwig-Maximilians University of Munich was selected as a "university of excellence". The educational institution offers a wide range of humanitarian and cultural disciplines. Students also study law, economics, medicine, science and social studies here.

Studying at the university is mostly free. Students pay only for some programs and must make a contribution of 114.50 euros for student services and a basic "semester ticket". Some limited scholarships may also be available.

Learn more about the student exchange program, a great and popular way to gain new experience, by following the link.