Best 5 Affordable Places for Study Abroad

Ours is a crowded world, with too many people coveting the few jobs there are to be had. There is nothing more important than a good education in a world like ours where the competition is cutthroat and careers can be made or broken by just a bad choice. So while everyone wants a good education for themselves, for those who want even better, getting an overseas education is the way to secure the best jobs and a comfortable life.

Students who study abroad have a better chance of securing jobs in reputable companies, get to meet a diverse group of people and experience a new culture, and have a great chance at securing citizenships in other countries and become pioneers. Now, would not that make you feel better about going abroad to study? An overseas education gives you all this and much more- there are people to meet and places to see and opportunities to be had.

But which countries offer the best courses and are also light on the pockets? We list the best five affordable countries for studying abroad-

  1. Norway

Most of the Nordic countries in Europe like Sweden and Finland are quite affordable for overseas education. But Norway is one of the most alluring destinations for studying abroad not only because of its excellent standards of education, but also because of the fact that the education in the country is free for everyone, whether you are from within or outside the EU, at public universities, with the exception of a few specialized programs. Norway is also a stunningly beautiful country, and there are also English-taught programs at all study levels, plus a high number of locals proficient in English.

  1. Mexico

Mexico is one of the cheapest countries in the world for studying abroad, not only in terms of the tuition fees and other charges associated with the studies, but also because the cost of living and day to day expenses are quite affordable in the country. There are also a large number of places to see in the country. The only hassle is that you will have to learn some Spanish!

  1. Taiwan

Taiwan is also one of the cheapest countries in the world for studying abroad. The country is also quite developed and ranks among one of the most advanced countries in Asia. The universities in the country offer more than 120 courses taught in English, at over 40 universities. Taiwan also offers relatively low living costs for students going there for their studies. So if you want to go to a country that is relatively nearer, you should try Taiwan.

  1. Germany

Germany- ‘the land of ideas’ has everything that a student desires- excellent universities, relatively low costs of living, and a high quality of social and student life. Education at the undergraduate and PhD level at all public universities is free, and where it is not, there are a number of excellent scholarships that you can apply for. A large number of courses are taught in the English language as well, and the people are welcoming and friendly.

Besides, the students can aslo apply for a variety of internships in the country as some of the largest businesses, including BMW, Volkswagen, and Hugo Boss, are headquartered throughout Germany. Germany is therefore an ideal destination for anyone wishing to study abroad.

  1. Malaysia

Malaysia is one of the cheapest countries in the world to study abroad. This is especially true in terms of living costs, which are quite low. In the QS Best Student Cities 2016, Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of Malaysia came first for affordability. The universities in Malaysia charge quite affordable tuition fees, and the country is also home to a number of campuses of reputed international universities like UK’s University of Nottingham or Australia’s Monash University. Malaysia is therefore becoming one of the most popular destinations for students who wish to study abroad affordably.

Author: studyoverseashelp

My name is Josef Wills. I am a full time internet marketer, content writer and blogger. Also, I am work as an associate and correspondent for many websites like Study Overseas Help, along with being a guest author on Huffington Post.

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