Studying in Europe is not only of top quality, but also often comes at a more affordable cost than in many other study destinations around the world.
European countries have their own policies for tuition fees, which are most often charged for programmes taught in foreign languages (e.g. English).
Fees can vary according to the
origin of the applicant - whether they are a European Union (EU) or European Economic Area (EEA) national or not
level of study, for example Bachelor’s, Master’s or PhD
duration of studies
type of higher education institution - private institutions generally charge higher fees than public ones
In some European countries, study programmes may be free of charge for international students (typically those that are able to study in the language of their host country) or only cost a symbolic fee.
Find out how much tuition will cost
go to the country profiles to find out about typical tuition fees per country, if any
once you’ve found your country of interest, go to the national portal to find out about specific study programmes that could be of interest
check the specific tuition fees for the programmes of interest and compare conditions between programmes
see if the institutions offering the programmes provide any scholarships or financial support, compare offers and conditions
if not offered, look for alternative sources – national scholarships or other sources of funding
when calculating tuition fees, don't forget to consider the cost of living in that country