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**🇫🇷 Study abroad for free — France

**Technically university fees do exist in public universities of France, but they’re just a fraction of the amount charged in most countries. In France, the EU/EEA/Swiss students are charged around EUR 170 (approx. USD 220) per year at the undergraduate level and international students have to pay EUR 2,770 (approx. USD 3,100) per year for a bachelor’s degree. To make the French education system more affordable for international students, the French government has decided to increase the number of scholarships available to international students from 7,000 to 21,000 in the academic year 2019–20. The students must keep in mind that more specialized programs such as medicine and engineering can cost more as compared to general degree programs. The majority of programs offering the chance to study in France for free are taught in the native language. However, there are a growing number of opportunities to study in English at the graduate level.

Students who come to study in France as part of student exchange programs between universities are provided with a total exemption from enrollment fees (like the Erasmus+ exchange programme). Students who have been awarded a French government grant (BGF) or have been awarded a grant from their host institution can also study abroad for free.

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1. Tuition fees in France: Everything you need to know
2. [Study in France for Free (3 Tips)

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Tuition fees in France: Everything you need to know

Starting in 2019, international students will have to pay higher tuition fees at French universities. Are you affected? Read our guide to learn more.

1 year, 4 months ago

*🇩🇪 Study abroad for free — Germany*Germany’s low study costs, combined with its strong economy and excellent higher education system, makes the prospect of undertaking study in Germany extremely appealing for international students. There are no undergraduate tuition fees at most public universities in Germany, and this applies to both German students and international ones, regardless of nationality. A nominal fee is charged, of around EURO 150–300 (approx. USD 170–330), to cover administration costs. This applies to almost all study programmes at public universities.

If you are from outside the EU, you will need a residence permit before you arrive in the country and you will have to finish your studies in Germany. There are almost 300 public universities in Germany and 1,000+ study programmes in total, and hence, there are many options to study in Germany for free. Germans generally believe that education should not be treated as a commercial product and that free access to higher education ensures economic growth and welfare for the greater population. Therefore, the German government promotes free education in public universities so that everyone can have access to quality education. In fact, many of these institutions regularly rank among the top 100 in international rankings and has a world-class education system.

Some of the German universities where international students can study for free are listed below:
▫️ University of Cologne
▫️ Ludwig Maximilians University Munich (LMU)
▫️ Goethe University Frankfurt
▫️ RWTH Aachen University
▫️ University of Münster
▫️ Ruhr University Bochum
▫️ University of Duisburg-Essen
▫️ Universität Hamburg
▫️ FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg
▫️ Technical University of Munich (TUM)

📝 Useful sources:1. How Much Does It Cost To Study In Germany?2. Study in Germany for free: What you need to know3. Find Programme & University#education #abroad #germany

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How Much Does it Cost to Study in Germany?

Find out how much it will cost to study in Germany as an international student, whatever your study level.

1 year, 4 months ago

**Study Abroad for Free — How to Study for Free in Europe?

Study abroad for free** — When you choose an overseas education during your university years, it is generally one of the most rewarding decisions you can make in your life. Studying abroad helps students gain global experience and new prospects for future endeavors. When you travel outside your home country to study in a foreign country, it opens the door to cultural experiences, unique customs, new languages along with an opportunity to make lifelong friendships and connections. Students receive an education that goes a long way in their holistic development.

Constant rise in tuition fees all around the world has led many aspiring candidates into dropping the very idea of pursuing education abroad as study abroad can be an expensive affair which many could not afford. However, there are many countries worldwide where students can study abroad for free or low tuition fees. Students must have to look for such study abroad programs/courses and enquire in detail before deciding on the country to study abroad.

Reasons to study abroad:

*▪️ Become responsible* - Generally, students who live with their parents are quite dependent on them during their school and college time. Travelling abroad for education makes them independent. They become more responsible because they have to take care of their well-being and education all on their own without the safety net of their parents’ support in a foreign land.

*▪️ Making friends and relations* - Students get to meet new people in their classes, locality and also at workplaces if they work on a part-time basis. They make friends with most of these new people they meet on daily basis which ultimately helps them builds interpersonal skills. These new friends can become life-long assets for them.

*▪️ Study learning exposure* - Students are used to one form of learning and they will get to experience a more engaging and active learning style while studying abroad. This may involve active learning through class participation, dialogue exchange, case studies and practical off- and on-campus experiences that make learning fun and meaningful.

*▪️ New experiences* - Students’ experiences in a foreign country does matter to the future employer abroad or in the home country. It might show them that the student can thrive and grow in an environment away from his/her comfort zone. An open mindset and adaptability to new languages and customs while studying abroad can help students develop creative problem-solving and outstanding communication skills.

We have listed top European nations where international students can go to study abroad for free or at a low cost.

#education #abroad

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1 year, 10 months ago

🆚 The following article will help you to understand the difference between "To" and "For" and how to use them in sentences

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To vs. For: What’s the Difference? Learn How to Use “To” and “For” in English Sentences

Look at these two sentences: Can you bring some flowers for Mary? Can you bring some flowers to Mary? Do these sentences have different meanings? The answer is yes—these sentences have different meanings. But maybe you can’t see why. Are you confused about…

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IELTS Writing strategies

Spend 20 minutes on Task 1 (150 words) and 40 minutes on Task 2 (250 words). Task 2 is longer than Task 1 and is worth twice as many marks. Task 1 Before you write Read the task and make a mental summary of the key points and overall trends/stages. Why? Because…

2 years, 2 months ago

The IELTS website has all the latest information you will require on how COVID-19 is affecting IELTS testing, as well as how you can keep safe and healthy during this outbreak. Find these updates at the following link:

https://www.ielts.org/news/2020/covid19-information-for-our-global-test-taker-community

Stay safe and sound!

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