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Experience a world-class higher education in Europe and benefit from an extensive choice of bachelor’s and master’s courses, doctoral study programmes and more.

Explore diverse languages and cultures in a welcoming, social environment.

Gain international experience, skills and knowledge!

Compared to Western Europe, Eastern European countries have a reputation as more affordable than their counterparts. However, you will be surprised how many Western European countries make it on the list. Some of these countries have a very low, or even non-existent, tuition fees.

Examples of some of the cheapest European country is shown below


Poland offers a fantastic historical and cultural experience to explore, other than providing a high quality of education. If you can speak Polish, then you can study for free.

For English programs, the tuition cost is around € 2,000 – 3,000 per year. While living costs are around € 6,600 per year.


Lithuania may be a lesser-known European country, but each year this small country welcomes more than 3,000 international students.

Lithuania has four major student cities with Vilnius and Kaunas as the most popular ones. Average tuition fees for English-taught program in Lithuania is €1,500 – 3,000 per year. While overall living costs around € 1,500 – 2,500 per year.


Hungary has a wide range of program options, but the most popular for international students is medical sciences program. The medical sciences program in Hungary has been approved by the World Health Organization (WHO).

Average tuition fees are €1,000 – 3,000 per year. And overall living costs around € 4,200 – 6,000 per year.

Students can also experience a bustling cultural life in Hungary. The capital, Budapest, is a home to most leading universities in Hungary with plenty of English programs.


You may have heard of German universities world-class education and innovative research opportunities. There are approximately 300 universities in Germany, out of which 10 are ranked as the top leading universities worldwide. The most popular program in Germany is engineering.

If you choose to study in Germany, there are no tuition fees for undergraduate and consecutive master’s program, exception in Baden-Württemberg area which since 2017 inquired full tuition for international students.

However, students will be charged administration fee around €100 – 200 per year, plus overall living costs of €8,400 – 13,500 per year. This number includes accommodation, food, social activities and public transportation.


Italy has an abundance of cultural and artistic attractions, which has drawn thousands of international students each year.

If you are enrolling in public universities in Italy, the average tuition fees around €850 – 1,000 per year. And the living costs in big cities is around €8,400 – 13,500 per year.

This number can be lower if you are staying in student cities, like Pisa, Padua, or Turin.


Portuguese universities have a long-lasting culture of research. 5 of these universities are among the world top rankings. Portugal also has a lot of attractive destination and Portuguese people are known for their warm personality traits.

The average of tuition fees in Portugal is around €1,000 – 1,500 per year. And overall living costs around €6,000 – 9,000 per year.


As one of the Nordic countries, Norway offers free education for everyone, both from within or outside EU. There is the exception of a few specialized programs, which you still need to pay the tuition fees.

Norway is known for their natural beauty and high quality of life.

Also, there are numerous English-taught programs available at all study levels. The average living costs is a bit higher than other countries in our lists, around €15,000 per year.

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