But many students are not aware of the fact that they can pursue the course for less cost or even for free, across Europe. Tuition fee less is than one thousand euro for more than 3.000 Master programmes in Europe.
In Austrian Universities, International students has to pay a study fee of about 600-1500€ per year (EUR 363.36 / 726.72 per semester).
The tuition fees for private Universities start from €1.000 per semester. Currently 17 out of 20 Universities of Applied Sciences are charging a tuition fee of €363.36 per semester.
Finland Universities won’t charge any Tuition Fee for Bachelor’s and Doctoral programmes even for Non EUA students.
In Spain, Tuition fees for Bachelor’s degrees will vary from region to region. In public universities those cost between EUR 535 and EUR 1,280 per academic year. In private universities it costs between EUR 5,000 and EUR 12,000 for a Bachelor’s programme. Master’s programmes and PhDs study fees are calculated per credit; each credit can cost between EUR 22 and EUR 34. Therefore a typical Master’s program of 60 ECTS per academic year could cost between EUR 990 and EUR 2,040 yearly.
The tuition fee for studying at a public university in Spain is approx. 1,000 EUR per year.
In Sweden Universities, International students have to pay an application fee of SEK 900 (~100 EUR). Each university sets its own study fee that can range between SEK 80,000-140,000 (~EUR 9,000-15,750) per academic year. This fee structure is applicable only to Bachelor and Master’s programmes and PhDs doesn’t need any tuition-fee.