Europe offers some of the best learning environments and a diverse cultural landscape perfect for foreign students. It boasts of countries like the UK, Germany, Sweden, France and Spain among many others which attract talented students from across the world. Every year, millions of undergraduate and postgraduate students head to Europe to pursue their Bachelors and Masters programs. Europe has a world-class education system coupled with advanced curriculum and infrastructure to support your education.
Apart from education and career, recreation is another essential aspect to studying abroad in Europe. Luckily for students, Europe boasts of awe-inspiring monuments, tourist places and breathtaking destinations to refresh your soul. If you get to study in Europe, you will get access to the Schengen visa that will allow you to visit 26 counties within Europe. Thus, studying in Europe can be an enriching experience if you too want to study at some of the best universities along with top-notch faculty in a culturally diverse environment.
Study Cost in Europe
- Diploma / Advanced Diploma = AU$12,000 – AU$19,000 (Approx)
- Bachelor Program = AU$20,000 – AU$33,000 (Approx)
- Master’s Program = AU$20,000 – AU$35,000 (Approx)
Living Cost in Europe
Living cost in Europe per year approximately…
- Student (Per Year) = AU$19,830
- Spouse (Per Year) = AU$6,940
- Child (Per Year) = AU$2,970
Accommodation cost in Europe approximately…
- Hostels and Guesthouses – $80 to $135 per week
- Shared Rental – $70 to $250 per week
- On campus – $80 to $250 per week
- Homestay – $110 to $270 per week
- Rental – $100 to $400 per week
- Groceries and eating out – $80 to $200 per week
- Gas, electricity – $60 to $100 per week
- Phone and Internet – $20 to $50 per week
- Public transport – $10 to $50 per week
- Car (after purchase) – $150 to $250 per week
* These are approximate costs and may vary depending on university, course & City.