How much does it cost to Study Abroad?

The costliest and economical course fees of overseas study destinations! 

It takes quite a lot to decide on study abroad destination. Not everyone has a lot of money to invest in, and not each degree is going to fetch you a job so easily. It’s truly a big decision to identify the right location for your course subject to match up with your finance availability.

Well, here is a glimpse of which country will charge how much as course fees, which would further help you take the first step before you zero-in your location. Here is, what it takes to study in the following countries –

United States of America (US): US is one of the costliest study destinations in the world continues to attract as many students from all over the world and is also one of the key locations one can opt for. In the US, there are two categories of universities – Public/State and Private. As per estimates, the average fees for a two-year course in public colleges cost for an undergraduate course will be ranged between $8,000 – 15000, whereas the private colleges may charge $12000 to $ 24000. However for a Master’s course, you may have to shell out $15000 – $22000, and the private colleges will charge higher as $18000 – $28000. Humanities, arts, education courses will be cheaper against the costlier courses of science, technology and management.

United Kingdom (UK): The tuition fees are typically higher and the costs would vary depending on the program, however, the management or MBA degrees are on the top side of it than medicine and engineering. If you wish to study an under-graduate level, the fees may vary from UK sterling Pound from 6000 to 9000, whereas a post-graduate Master’s degree would cost you Sterling Pound10000 to16000. And if you’re planning for research or doctoral program, the course fee may demand Sterling Pound 15000 to 25000. Most universities in UK offer on-campus residence facilities, which can be self-catered or full-board, which is again a cost to you.

Canada: The land of opportunities, today, is one of the world’s most sought-after study and immigration destination for Indian students, which offers diversity, openness, job opportunities, equality and safety for the applicants. The tuition fees are generally less expensive than in other major anglophone destinations (US, UK & Australia). As per the government statistics, the average tuition fees for a graduate course may cost you CA $ 6000 to 12000, and a post-graduate course may be in the range of CA$ 16000 to 30000 for a management course. While science and technology cost deeper, arts & humanities come a little cheaper for you.

Germany: Well, interestingly, Germany is one of those few countries in the world which offers zero or nothing as tuition fees for all students. There is a nominal charge per semester for under-graduate for enrolment, confirmation and admission expenses, which typically is no more than Euro 250, depending on the university. While the Master’s degree will be free if it is done from Germany only. For those who haven’t done it from Germany, it may cost you a fee of Euro 20000 in public university, and Euro 30000 in private university respectively.

Ireland: This is one of the most beautiful countries in the world, where quality education is available at tuition rates lower than many other countries. Here, the duration of the graduation course is mostly 12 months and the tuition fees depends on the subject you are opting for. For undergraduate course, one may have to ready with Euro 9000 to 15000 per year, whereas Master’s course will demand Euros15000 to 35000.

Australia: The land of Kangaroos is one of the most preferred study destinations, where Indian students are increasingly grabbing admissions. Not because of its scenic beauty or campus facilities, but also to settle down as permanent resident. As per official estimates, the tuition cost to study a Master’s degree varies from AU$20000 to 38000, however, it is essential to note that the living expenditure is a big cost too.

New Zealand: A sports-friendly nation has welcomed hundreds of students in the last few years, especially from India. To undergo a graduate course, a student has to be ready with a course fee of NZ $10000 to $15000, and to get admission in the post-graduate course, the cost of study can be anything between NZ 20000 and NZ$35000.

Studying abroad could prove to be expensive. The biggest challenge is to arrange for the funds and it is one of the most crucial parts of the whole exercise. We at Auxilo, have understood this and resolved the complexity of financing higher education with our Innovation Financial Solutions!

 

 

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Last modified: December 2, 2019

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