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Affordable Countries to study

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A student visa is often the only option for young atheists who are in danger and must leave their home country. This is the most efficient way of evacuating to a safe location before continuing the journey to their ultimate destination. After all, obtaining admission and a student visa, especially in Australia, Europe, and North America, is challenging and requires special skills and qualifications, such as a degree from an accredited institution, a high GPA, GRE, MCAT, TOEFL, and publications. Sometimes highly qualified students are admitted to top universities, but their applications are denied by immigration officials who are not convinced they will return to their home countries upon completion of their studies. This article provides an overview of countries where students can obtain admission and a student visa without difficulty and at a reasonable cost.

India

India is one of the least expensive countries to study in. The tuition fees vary by study level and university but are typically no more than US$7,880 per year. At some Indian public universities, the annual tuition is approximately $1000 USD. The student can live comfortably on $4,600 per year; however, in some cities, the living expenses can be as low as US$2,000. In addition to being inexpensive, admission and a student visa can be obtained within a few months. Getting a job in India while studying, particularly as an international student, is challenging, which makes it less appealing as a study destination for those without financial support:

China

The average annual tuition at public universities in China ranges between $2,500 and $10,000 USD. Also, the student can also find a number of scholarships to cover the tuition fee. The average monthly living costs in China are 600-1000 USD. Much like the situation in India, the admission process and the issuance of a student visa are both quick and straightforward; likewise, a part-time job for an international student is challenging. The following website will provide an overview of studying in China:

Malaysia

The cost of an education in Malaysia is reasonable, with an annual tuition fee of approximately $4,000 per academic year on average. Students will only need US $3,550 per year for a comfortable lifestyle. The student’s actual expenditures may be significantly lower than that, depending on his or her lifestyle. The following website will provide an overview to get admission there:

Argentina

In Argentina, most of the study programs are either fully funded or partially funded study. In addition, the students will need no more than 5,000 USD to cover their personal expenses while studying in Argentina, which makes it one of the most affordable countries to study in. the following websites will help the student to find a university and program to study in:

Taiwan

Taiwan offers more than 120 English-taught courses at over 40 universities and is also a popular destination for learning Mandarin. The cost of housing in Taiwan is as low as TW$88,000 (US$2,900), and the total living expenses are 5000. Furthermore, the student can work part-time while studying. Check the links provided here for assistance in locating an appropriate academic program:

Mexico

The average tuition fees in Mexico vary is around US$6,300 per year for international undergraduate students. However, private universities are charging more. Average expenses in the nation’s capital are about $9,250, while those outside the city average around $6,450. The following online resources can help you locate a suitable programme in Mexico:

Poland

Unlike the previous countries, the processing time to get a student visa is tedious and might take several months. A study visa to Poland can be difficult to obtain for students from the Middle East, Africa and some Asian countries due to the country’s European location. English language courses are available for between €2000 and €3000 annually. For annual living expenses, the student needs only €6,600 annually. The following websites provide the resources that student needs to study in Poland:

Germany

It’s no secret that Germany has some of the world’s finest educational institutions. Those who earn degrees from those schools will undoubtedly go on to successful careers. Unfortunately, admission to German universities is somewhat competitive, as these institutions attract the world’s top students; however, skilled students who graduated with high GPAs can get admission easily. Even though I graduated from a university in the Middle East, I received several acceptance letters from German universities; however, I decided to complete my master’s degree in the United States. Another difficulty a student may encounter is obtaining a student visa, which can be difficult depending on the student’s country of origin.
For undergraduate programs, the student typically pays more than €20,000 annually; however, the majority of graduate programs are almost free. To cover your annual living expenses, the student needs at least €10,200 ($11,950). There are many government scholarships such as DAAD are offered to students to help them pay their expenses:

 

Information about study options and scholarships is constantly changing. We are trying to renew this post regularly. If you find anything incorrect or missing, please comment on this post so that we can provide our community with the most accurate information.

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