Do you have an undying desire to avoid the incessant ASUU strike and experience a stable academic calendar? Would you prefer to know the exact date of graduation right from the matriculation day? Studying abroad is the dream of many Nigerian students! Then you should definitely check out the cheapest countries to study abroad.
Besides a regular academic calendar, Nigerians have a strong passion to further their studies abroad because of the advanced knowledge and expertise in top western universities especially in such fields of study like science, medicine and technology-related courses. These universities offer knowledge and skills which are applicable and adaptable to situations requiring international interactions.
However, one thing that stands between Nigerians and this goal is the cost of studying abroad. But don’t worry, here are the top 3 cheapest countries to study abroad in Europe.
International students can enjoy access to tuition-free universities in most parts of Germany. The few German regions that charge tuition fees like Munich have average tuition fees as low as EUR260 (₦105,523). An additional mandatory fee of EUR32-64 (₦12,847-25,694) is required per semester for the student union. Most German cities are more affordable to live in than other European cities like Paris and London.
Top German universities for international students include Technical University Berlin; the Free University of Berlin; Humboldt University of Berlin; the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich and the Technical University, Munich.
Average tuition fees are EUR 200-700 (₦80,200-280,706) per academic year.