Top 7 European Countries that Offer Free College Education

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Denmark


Most colleges in Denmark offer free education (for Citizens, EEU, people with certain visa types, etc.is). Major Universities (which are one of the best in Europe) are the University of Copenhagen and University of Kiel. All Danish citizens are also offered tuition aid/scholarships.

Finland

Currently, there is no tuition fee for studying in Finland. From 2017 non-EU/EEA students will have to pay tuition fees (for courses offered in English). Each University will have its fee structure. The University of Helsinki and the University of Turku are top ranked universities of Finland. Students need to cover their living expenses.

Norway and other Nordic countries. On average, German students spend roughly 800 Euros for accommodation, transport, food, and other necessities. Germany’s research driven programs are a top draw, and they have been the inspiration for today’s American graduate schools.

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