Tuition Free Universities In Europe

7 Steps to Study in Germany for Free | Study Abroad

Some countries in Europe are tuition free for international students. What this means is that as an international student you are not expected to pay tuition fees. You only have to take care of your living expenses and pay some semester contribution fees. This opportunity is good for individuals who really want to study abroad but do not have the needed finances to achieve this. If you find yourself in this category, consider studying in tuition fees universities where you will not have to pay fees. At the moment, the countries that are giving free education include; Germany and Norway.

Finland used to operate tuition free education but that was abolished few years ago, so students no pay fees. In today’s article we are going to focus on European countries offering tuition free education for international students.

Read also: How to study Free in Europe

Germany  

Germany for many years now has been training international students without accepting tuition fees. All public universities in Germany are tuition free, but private universities charge fees which usually range from 4000 to 25,000 Euros per year depending on the program. If you want to study in Germany there are steps you have to take to achieve this. The first step is to start searching for universities offering your program and once you have seen one, write to the university asking for application forms or other modes of application. Most universities in Germany accept application through Uni-assist or through their portal.

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After applying for admission and getting the offer, the next step is to start visa processing. Please note that to apply for Germany student visa, one will be expected to have the sum of 11,000 Euros in a blocked account. You might be wondering why this amount is needed and in a blocked account. Yes, let me explain.

The estimated cost of living in Germany is put at 600 to 800 Euros per month. The German government wants to be sure that you have enough of money to take care of your living expenses for a period of 1 year since education is free. When you divide 10,000 Euros by 12 months you will arrive at about 800 Euros which is the estimated monthly cost of living in Germany.  Once visa has been issued and the student travels to Germany, he will be expected to withdraw maximum of 600 Euros till the money finishes from the account.

So like I always advise my clients, if you don’t have this amount of money, better forget about studying in Germany

List of some public universities in Germany

  1. Bingen University of Applied Sciences
  2. Bochum University of Applied Sciences
  3. University of Applied Sciences Bonn-Rhein-Sieg
  4. Brandenburg University of Applied Sciences
  5. University of Applied Sciences Braunschweig / Wolfenbüttel
  6. Coburg University of Applied Sciences
  7. Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences
  8. Deggendorf University of Applied Sciences
  9. University of Applied Sciences for Business
  10. University of Applied Sciences for Medium-sized Enterprises (FHM)
  11. Dortmund University of Applied Sciences
  12. Dusseldorf University of Applied Sciences
  13. Eberswalde University of Applied Sciences
  14. University of Applied Sciences Erfurt
  15. Esslingen University of Applied Sciences, University of Social Sciences
  16. Esslingen University of Applied Sciences, University of Technology
  17. Flensburg University of Applied Sciences
  18. Frankfurt am Main University of Applied Sciences
  19. Frankfurt am Main University of Applied Sciences
  20. Fulda University of Applied Sciences
  21. University of Applied Sciences for Public Libraries Bonn
  22. University of Applied Sciences for Business
  23. University of Applied Sciences for Economics and Management (FOM)
  24. University of Applied Sciences for Technology and Economics Berlin
  25. University of Applied Sciences for Administration and Justice Berlin
  26. Berlin University of Applied Sciences
  27. Furtwangen University of Applied Sciences
  28. University of Applied Sciences Gelsenkirchen / Botrop
  29. Giessen-Friedberg University of Applied Sciences
  30. Hamburg University of Applied Sciences
  31. Hanover University of Applied Sciences
  32. Harz University of Applied Sciences
  33. Heidelberg University of Applied Sciences

Read also; How To Open Germany Blocked Account In 2020

We hope this article was helpful. You can contact any of the universities listed above and request for more information regarding studying free or the application process. In the nearest future, we shall also talk about tuition free universities in Norway. Kindly share this article by using the sharing buttons below.

     

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