If you’re an international student and you’re not eligible for fully funded scholarship, you may want to enroll in a university that offer tuition wavers or low or no tuition fee. Countries like Norway, Austria, Germany, Finland, and Sweden offers a very variety of free/low tuition fee.
A growing number of universities are now offering online degree and courses for free. The first of these is the university of the people,an accredited tuition free,non profit,an online university whose mission is to increase higher education worldwide.
Norwegian state universities and university college as a rule do not charge tuition fee to all students including international student. This applies to all levels, including undergraduate studies, master Programmes and PhD Programmes but note that living expenses in Norway is really high than many other countries.
The studies may not be completely free but it’s way lower than fee in many other country and international/foreign students pay lesser than Norwegians students.
If you’re a non EU/EEA students, federal universities in Austria only charge about 700-800 euro per semester for tuition fee.In some special cases (e.g holders of scholarship, for participants in exchange Programmes and university partnerships and students from certain countries) tuition fee is free or full/partial refund of fee is possible.
Application and tuition fee apply for those who are not citizens of an EU/EAA/Nordic country or Switzerland studying at bachelors or master’s level.But the Swedish institute offers full and partial scholarship in the form of tuition wavers for international students.
The tuition fee for bachelor Programmes is Germany is extremely low unlike other countries while their doctorate studies are at a principle fee including international student.The cost of living is Germany is quite affordable too.
All information on this page are based on research and might change/varies as time goes on,it’s also advisable for you to make more research and consultations over any foreign institutions you might want to apply.