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Living Conditions and Cost of Living

In general, international students in Germany can survive on €750–€950 per month. Health insurance typically costs between €50 and €60 per month.

Tuition Fee

International students are not charged tuition at the majority of public universities; however, some states have policies in place for international student fees; please clarify with the institution to confirm its tuition policies. Students who attend a private university can anticipate annual tuition costs of €20,000


Living Conditions and Cost of Living

While the cost of living in the Netherlands is one of the lowest in Europe, actual living expenses vary depending on lifestyle and location. As in the majority of nations, urban areas are more expensive than rural areas. The estimated monthly total cost of living, including housing, food, books/stationery, and other expenses, ranges between €800 and €1,500 on average. In the Netherlands, bicycles are an extremely popular and inexpensive mode of transportation. If they have an international student ID, students may be eligible for discounts on certain purchases.

Costs will also vary based on the type of housing, mode of transportation, and each student's financial circumstances. On-campus housing, living with a family, and renting/sharing a flat are among the available options.

Tuition Fee

Within public institutions, annual tuition fees for EU students can reach €2,100. Non-EU students pay significantly higher tuition, ranging from €6,000 to €15,000 for undergraduate programs and up to €20,000 for master's degrees. Private universities have even higher tuition rates.

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Living Conditions and Cost of Living

As an international student in Belgium, you will spend between €873 and €1,370 per month on average. This estimate incorporates your housing, food, transportation, health insurance, and recreation expenses.

Tuition Fee

Belgian public universities are typically between €2,500 and €7,500 per year for international students and €1,000 per year for EU students. Business colleges and private institutions charge higher fees.

Hence, the tuition fee depend on which of the country's three regions you wish to study: Dutch-speaking Flanders in the north, French-speaking Wallonia in the south, or the Brussels capital region in the middle. 

In Flanders, tuition fees at state institutions are generally €979.60 for EU students and €979.60 to €8,000 for non-EU students. In private institutions, fees are consistent.

EU students in Wallonia pay a maximum of €835 per year at universities and €350.03 per year at university colleges and art institutions. Non-EU students must pay a fixed annual fee of €2,505 for university degrees and between €992 and €1,982 for university colleges and art institutions, depending on the course. There are exceptions, such as a group of non-EU countries whose citizens pay only EU fees.

It depends on whether your institution is French- or Dutch-speaking in Brussels.


Living Conditions and Cost of Living

Depending on location and lifestyle, students can live comfortably on approximately €1,000 per month (outside of Paris, where the cost is €1,200–€1,800). The average monthly cost of health insurance is between €40 and €50

Tuition Fee

Public universities range from €190 to €620 per year, while fees at private universities range from €1,500 to €20,000 per year.



Living Conditions and Cost of Living

The average monthly cost of living is 1,000 Euros. The country is less expensive than numerous other top international study destinations.

Tuition Fee

The annual tuition fees can range between 3,000 and 23,000 Euros for international students per year.

In addition to the 20 EUR/semester tuition fee, non-EU/EEA students will pay an average of 726.72 EUR per semester in tuition fees.

Students from developing countries are often exempt from tuition fees at a number of public universities. 

Tuition at Universities of Applied Sciences (UAS) Universities of Applied Sciences can determine the cost of their academic programs. Typically, EU/EEA students pay 363 EUR per semester. For non-EU/EEA citizens, costs range between 727 – 7,500 EUR/semester.

Private institutions of higher learning are more expensive than public universities. Foreign students can expect to pay between €3,000 and €23,000 per year in tuition fees, depending on the type of study programme they choose. Some specialized programs charge tuition fees of at least 35,000 EUR annually.


Living Conditions and Cost of Living

It costs approximately €2,000 per month for housing, food, transportation, tuition, supplies, and a few recreational activities. Geneva and Zurich are the most expensive cities requiring a monthly expenditure of at least €2,500.

Tuition Fee

In the majority of Swiss institutions of higher education, EU and non-EU students pay the same tuition. Bachelor's and master's degrees at private universities cost between €1,500 and €16,000 per year, with a range of €1,500 to €2,000.

Switzerland has a very low vacancy rate, and accommodation can be expensive and difficult to obtain. Universities may offer subsidized housing, but these options are typically limited. After acceptance into an educational institution, investigation and sourcing should commence immediately.

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United Kingdom

Living Conditions and Cost of Living

The cost of living in the United Kingdom can differ significantly depending on location. With the United Kingdom's exit from the European Union in 2020, EU and non-EU students studying in the United Kingdom can anticipate paying foreign student fees. The U.K. way of life offers numerous opportunities to experience live theater, museums, art galleries, and historic towns and structures. The majority of the United Kingdom is accessible by train and/or transport, and there are numerous bed and breakfasts and hostels for budget travelers.

Tuition Fee

Currently, UK and EU students at English institutions must pay up to £9,250 ($13,050) annually.

International undergraduate tuition fees differ significantly, ranging from approximately £10,000 ($14,130) to £38,000 ($53,700) or higher for medical degrees.

The total average annual cost of studying in the United Kingdom is estimated to be at least £22,200 ($31,380), with studying in London likely to be substantially more expensive.

United States of America (USA)

Living Conditions and Cost of Living

The living conditions and cost of living in the United States vary considerably based on location and lifestyle, but they are comparable to those in other prosperous nations. The average cost of living for an adult in the United States is $3,100 per month (excluding tuition fees). As in most countries, the cost of living is higher in large cities than in smaller communities, and city housing can be costly.

Tuition Fee

Private University: $39,723/year

Public Universities (out of state): $22,953/year

Public Universities (in state): $10,423/year

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Living Conditions and Cost of Living

Of course, not all students find the cost of living in Canada to be substantially lower than in their home country, although this is the case for many. The monthly cost of living will vary considerably across the nation's cities and villages, with Vancouver, Montreal, and Toronto among the most expensive.

Tuition Fee

According to Statistics Canada, the average tuition for international undergraduates was CA$29,714 in 2019/20.



Living Conditions and Cost of Living

In general, living conditions in Australia are quite favorable. Australia consistently rates in the top five for life satisfaction. Housing and lodging are of high quality, public transportation is accessible, food and water are of high quality, and numerous public amenities are readily available. Students can participate in a variety of recreational and sporting activities and can anticipate low crime rates and a secure environment.

The cost of living will vary based on location and way of life. However, according to some estimates, students will need an average of $21,000 per year to cover their expenses.

Tuition Fee

Annual undergraduate tuition fees range from $20,000 to $35,000.

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