Top 5 Tuition Free Universities In Europe, know Countries & University Details etc

When it comes to knowledge, price always plays a crucial role. That is what we have seen our whole childhood. Nothing comes free. Of course, it takes money to run an institution, hire world-class faculty, and provide necessary amenities and whatnot. To many people, knowledge is one of the costliest commodities. 

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In a country like India, parent’s start saving up for their kids before they actually have to go to college. And dare I say that it is not just in India, but the story of every middle-class family globally. There are many reasons why degrees have become so costly. We live in an era where the interest on the education loan is way higher than the car loan.

But, we are not here to criticise how expensive studying can be; rather, we are going to talk about some amazing universities in Europe that will keep your journey of education meaningful yet pocket friendly.  Do you want to jump right into the list? Legggoooo…

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Top 5 Tuition Free Universities In Europe

  1. The first stop we have Germany, which has been one of the few countries leading the world in treating education as an investment rather than a consumer product. All of the public universities in Germany have been tuition-free not for locals and EU students, but also for other international candidates. Some of the universities in Germany that provide tuition-free education are: 
  • Freie University of Berlin – No fees for bachelors courses. 
  • Humboldt University in Berlin – No tuition fees, only a semester fee of $350. 
  • Technical University of Munich – Semester fee of $155.
  • Ludwig Maximilian University Munich – No tuition fees only semester fees of $300. 
  1. The next stop we got Finland, which is not that famous among international students, but choosing a Finnish school keeps your pocket from running dry. 
  • The University of Helsinki.
  • The University of Eastern Finland.
  • University of Jyvaskyla.
  • The University of Lapland.
  • The University of Oulu.
  1. Now we are landing in Norway, whose state universities are largely free barring the payment of a small semester fee of the order of $100. However, if you are going for a specialised masters degree then it might cost you a little higher. And it is true of all students, be it a local or an international candidate.  
  • The University of Oslo.
  • The University of Bergen.
  • Norwegian University of Science and Technology.
  • The University of Tromso.
  • Norwegian School of Economics.
  1. Let’s jump to Belgium, a highly multilingual nation. The teaching medium mainly follows French with some courses offered in English as well. Though it might not be completely free, the tuition fee is still manageable compared to other countries. 
  • Katholieke Universitiet Leuven 
  • Ghent University 
  • UC Louvain 
  • University of Antwerp 
  • University of Liege 
  1. Last stop we got Itay, not completely tuition-free yet the fees of public universities are much lower than expected. Public universities can charge somewhere around $1000 per year, however, a lot can change depending on the applicant’s financial status. 
  • University of Bologna
  • University of Milan 
  • Sapienza University of Rome 
  • Polytechnic University of Turin 
  • University of Turin

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