5 countries with free tuition that nigerians can go to earn bachelors degree, masters degrees and phd. number 5 will shock you.
Nigerians who are willing to brave exceptionally harsh winters might consider earning their degrees in Norway. Tuition is free at public universities, giving students the opportunity to earn degrees at top-ranked institutions such as the University of Oslo, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, and the University of Bergen.
Until recently, citizens and international students paid no tuition at state-run universities. However, starting in 2017, international students wishing to earn degrees in English will pay approximately $1,650 or more per year. But those who which to pursue their studies in Finnish or Swedish, still pay no tuition. The government also plans to offer scholarships and financial aid to international students with exceptional academic backgrounds.
Only students pursuing research-based doctoral degrees get free tuition in Sweden; some programs of study even offer stipends to international students. Nevertheless, students should be aware that Sweden’s high cost of living may put them over budget, even when they pay nothing to earn their degrees.
4. Germany needs skilled workers, and this reality creates a win-win situation for Nigerian students. All students enrolled in any of the country’s public universities can attend for free. What’s more? German universities offer a wide range of programs entirely in English, and a Nigerian student can earn a university degree in Germany without speaking a word of German.
5. Slovenia Cultural experiences, proximity to tourist destinations in Italy and Croatia, and free university tuition make Slovenia an attractive choice for students wanting to earn their degrees abroad. Like Germany, Slovenian universities offer numerous programs of study in English, so students only need to learn the language to communicate with the locals.
N.B Being free doesn’t mean as a student you are not going to pay a penny throughout the duration of your course. What this editorial is saying is that you can get it at a more affordable cost even than some Nigerian University.
An example is this, Olamide pays 200€ (75000) a year as administrative fee in Sweden where he is studying, Folawe pays annual international student fee and administrative support fee of 150€ (58000).
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