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Recently, Thomas Salzano read the news that students are looking to know the affordable countries. Thomas Salzano has listed the best and affordable countries for international students.

    • Thailand
    • Norway
    • Russia
    • Vietnam
    • Malaysia
    • Lithuania
    • Mexico
    • Argentina
    • Taiwan
    • South Africa
    • India
    • Germany
    • Hungary
    • Poland

Thailand: Thailand is the ton of backpackers that flock the country to enjoy its great attractions. Sure, Thailand is a popular tourist destination but is it also a good choice for international students?

Average yearly tuition fees: $3.000-$4.000

Norway: Norway a great study abroad destination. Norway is also one of the best countries in the world when it comes to the quality of education.

Average living costs: $1.000-$1.200 per month

Russia: Russia one of the most affordable countries for international students. However, if you choose to study abroad in Russia note that the living costs in Moscow and St. Petersburg are significantly higher than the rest of Russia.

Average yearly tuition fees: $5.000-$6.000

Vietnam: Vietnam isn’t famous as a study abroad destination but more students choose it because of the affordable living costs, the up and coming universities, and the beautiful countryside.

Average yearly tuition fees: $1.000-$2.000

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Malaysia: Malaysia is easily one of the most affordable countries for international students. Its capital, Kuala Lumpur, is a vibrant, bustling city and also one of the best places for international students.

Average yearly tuition fees: $2.500- $3.500

Lithuania: More than 3.000 international students choose Lithuania every year and the number keeps growing. Universities in Lithuania are famous for focusing not only on improving their students’ theoretical knowledge but also improving their practical skills.

Average yearly tuition fees: $1.500-$2.500

Mexico: The capital city, Mexico City ranks in the top 100 cities for students every year but that’s not the only place where you can study. If you speak Spanish, you can study anywhere you want to but the number of programs taught in English is also increasing year by year.

Average yearly tuition fees: $4.000-$5.000

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Germany: Germany has a lot of great universities where you can greatly expand your knowledge and expertise and there are a lot of additional benefits for students, that make living in Germany for students relatively affordable.

Average yearly tuition fees: free (in most public universities)

Hungary: Hungary has five global-ranked universities, which is quite impressive, having its size and population in mind. Additionally, the costs of living in Hungary are some of the lowest in Europe.

Average yearly tuition fees: $4.000-$5.000

Argentina: Argentina is the second-biggest and one of the most beautiful countries in South America. It’s also the only country on the continent that has free high education for local and international students alike in most public universities.

Average yearly tuition fees: free in most public universities

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Taiwan: Taiwan is one of the most popular choices for international students out of all Asian countries. Even though it might not be as affordable as some of the other countries on this list, Taiwan still provides great value for money when we take all relevant factors into consideration.

Average yearly tuition fees: $2.000-$3.000

South Africa: South Africa is famous for its diversity of cultures and interesting lifestyle, making it a great choice for open-minded students looking for a place to study abroad.

Average yearly tuition fees: $2.000-$3.000

India: India has arguably the cheapest living costs from all the countries on this list and a few good, world-wide famous universities, such as Delhi University and IIT.

Average yearly tuition fees: $2.000-$4.000

Poland: Poland has some great up and coming universities. To enroll in most of them, you need to speak Polish and pass a Matura exam but there are some good programs in English too.

Average yearly tuition fees: $2.000-$3.000


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