5 Best Budget-Friendly Destinations to Study Abroad
For students interested in studying abroad, UK, US, and Australia are some of the most popular options for obvious reasons. Not only are these places home to the top universities of the world but also offer some extraordinary experiences with their amazing lifestyle. However, these are also some of the most expensive places to study in. Tuition fees, accommodation, and daily living costs can burn a huge hole in the pockets which is why YourEduAdvisors, the leading career counsellors in Delhi, has brought this list of 5 of the cheapest countries (in no particular order) to study in.
Malaysia is one of the top choices for students looking for cheap options when planning to study abroad. Malaysia offers world-class education in some of its best universities with some of the lowest tuition fees. Living in Malaysia, even in the capital, is also quite pocket-friendly with an average cost of MYR 15216 (or INR 2.7L) per year. Malaysia is also home to branches of US and UK universities which means you can earn high-value degrees at a cheaper cost.
Poland is a paradise for travel lovers with its scenic beauty, culture, and rich history. There is so much to explore for those looking for some adventure. But do not let that make you think that it does not offer good quality education. Poland offers high-quality education and you might have the chance to study there for free if you are fluent in Polish. Academic courses in English cost roughly up to MYR 14777 (INR 2.6L) per year. Living costs are also relatively low in Malaysia with an average of MYR 32509 (INR 5.7L).
Argentina is a gem in the South American landscape rich in natural beauty. Boasting some beautiful waterfalls, Argentina is a travel-worthy place for adventure lovers and one of the safest countries. Students can get an insight into the diverse culture while experiencing great nightlife. You can either choose private institutions or study for free at public universities with average living costs of MYR 21110 (INR 3.8L).
Germany is a recently evolving location in terms of educational opportunities. It is a hot favourite amongst students who want the experience of foreign education but without the pressure of hefty student loans. Germany offers great education, amazing culture, and high quality of life, all at very low prices. Apart from tuition fees, living expenses in Germany can cost an average of MYR 50393 (INR 8.9L).
Mexico has a rich diverse culture that attracts many international students from around the world. Even though Mexico is a Spanish-dominated country and most academic instructions are given in Spanish, English taught courses are becoming popular lately. Living expenses are quite low in Mexico averaging at MYR 39007 (INR6.9L).
While these are average costs of living and academics at these places, you can always choose to study at public universities which offer free and good quality education to both domestic and international students. For more informative articles, browse the website.