Tuition Free Colleges And Universities In Europe And The Things You Should Know

Students protest against education cuts and tuition fees to free education. (Photo : Rob Stothard/Getty Images) European countries like Germany, France and Norway have public universities that are charging students with minimal fees to nothing when it comes to tuition, regardless of nationality. It is not strange to see international students looking for ways to cut costs. In 2015 until 2016, the average tuition for in-state students at public universities was at $9,410, as reported by the College Board. Getting into college is not cheap. While hearing the words tuition-free can be tempting, parents and students from the United States need to be aware that there are differences between a tuition-free European school and an American one. So before...

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