The cost of a college tuition varies greatly depending on the country. Since you can find excellent, English-only programs in multiple countries, it’s important to take a look at college costs around the world.
Don’t be fooled by tuition averages
Of course, understand that the costs in the table (linked here) are simply tuition averages.
For example, $585 is the average cost of one year in a French university. Yet, tuition at Sciences Po in France — one of the world’s top schools for politics — is over $10,000 a year!
These numbers also don’t take into the account the price of housing, food or other expenses…. keeping reading
Never forget about scholarships
As an international applicant, some schools will be more likely to give you scholarships than others. Some of the top U.S. schools for international student financial aid are:
- Williams College
- Amherst College
- Trinity College
- Stanford University
- Harvard University
- Duke University
According to U.S. News data, all 6 of these schools offer an average of over $50,000 in aid to international students. That’s over the price of tuition and fees in all cases. In other words, many international students attend these schools for free. As it turns out… keep reading
Price isn’t everything
Education is much more than just a price tag. After all, no amount of money can account for the quality of an experience.
For example, while New Zealand may appear to be the cheapest option of the English-speaking countries, none of their universities are ranked within the top 100 worldwide… keep reading