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Tuition fees around Europe

Planning to study abroad and want to know what sort of budget you’ll need? Check out this overview of tuition fees per country:

 Country

 EU students

 

Non‑EU students

 

 Austria

 No fees

 €726.72 per semester

 

 Belgium —
 French‑speaking community

 

 Maximum €835 per year (depends on income)

 Additional specific fees: maximum five times the registration fees

 

 Belgium —
 German‑speaking community

 

 €425 per year

 Maximum €600 per year

 

 Belgium —
 Flemish‑speaking community

 

 Maximum €620 per year (depends on income)

 

 Additional fees may be  required

 

 

 Bulgaria

 Maximum €793 per year (depends on the study programme)

 

Additional fees may be  required

 

 Croatia

 Fees paid by the state in first year, then €657-€1 324 (set by the institution)

 

 Same as for EU students

 

 Cyprus

Bachelor’s: fees paid by the state;
Master’s: between €5 125-€10 250

 

 €3 417 per semester

 

 Czech Republic

 No fees if programme is completed within normal timeframe and in Czech language

 

 Same as EU students

 

 Denmark

 No fees

 (set by the institution)

 

 Estonia

 No fees if 60 ECTS/year are achieved in Estonian language;  institutions can charge for missing ECTS

 

 Additional fees may be  required

 Finland

 No fees

 Possible additional fees for English‑language master’s programmes

 

 Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

 €150-€4 000 per year (depends on the institution)

 

 Additional fees may be required

 France

 Bachelor’s: €189.10 per year;
master’s: €261.10 per year;
plus €213 social security costs

 

 Additional fees may be  required

 Germany

 No fees (in some regions, students may be charged if they go over the normal period of study)

 

 No fees

 Greece

 Bachelor’s: no fees;
master’s: fees set by institutions

 

 Same as EU students

 Hungary

 Bachelor’s: €740-€5 150;
master’s: €1 449-€6 117;
about half the places are state-funded (free of charge), awarded according to student performance

 

 Same as EU students

 Iceland

 €485 per year

 

 Same as EU students

 Ireland

 Bachelor’s: €2 750-€6 000;
master’s: €4 000-€30 000

 

 Two/three times the full fees for EU students

 Italy

 €192-€1 195 (depends on income/programme/cycle)

 

 Same as EU students

 Latvia

 Bachelor’s: €968-€3 557 per year;
master’s: €818-€5 333 per year;
set by  institutions — about half the places are state-funded (free of charge)

 

 Bachelor’s: €8 000‑€12 000;
master’s: €4 050‑€15 000

 Liechtenstein

 €1 400 per year at University of Liechtenstein;
other institutions set their own fees

 

 Same as EU students

 Lithuania

 Bachelor’s: €934-€5 241 per year; master’s: €2 108-€6 227 per year;
about half the places are state-funded (free of charge)

 

 Additional fees may be required

 Luxembourg

 Bachelor’s: €400-€800 per year;
master’s: €400 per year (€17 500 for only two programmes)

 

 Same as EU students

 Malta

 Bachelor’s: no fees;
master’s: €400 per year

 

 Additional fees may be  required

 Netherlands

 €1 906 per year

 

 Additional fees may be  required (set by institution)

 

 Norway

 No fees

 

 No fees

 Poland

 €41 per cycle

Additional fees may be required (set by institution)

 

 Portugal

 €631-€1 066 per year

 

 Additional fees may be  required

 Romania

 Bachelor’s: €583-€6 728 per year;
master’s: €525-€2 819 per year (depends on field)

 

 Additional fees may be  required

 Slovakia

 €10-€100 per year if programme completed within normal timeframe

 

 €2 000-€10 000 per year

 Slovenia

 Bachelor’s: €1 210-€8 188 per year;
master’s: €2 200-€15 659 per year;
majority of places state-funded (free of charge)

 

 Same as EU students

 Spain

 Bachelor’s: €713-€2 011;
master’s: €1 060-€3 952;
(depends on programme/performance/income)

 

 Additional fees may be required

 Sweden

 No fees

 Additional fees may be  required (set by  institution)

 

 Turkey

 Bachelor’s: no fees;
master’s: €90-€211 per year; additional fees may be required

 

 Additional fees may be  required

 United  Kingdom -  England

 

 Bachelor’s: €10 742-€11 377 per year;
master’s: varies (average €5 051 per year)

 Additional fees may be  required

 United  Kingdom -  Wales

 

 Bachelor’s: maximum €11 377 per year;
master’s: varies (average €5 051 per year)

 Additional fees may be  required

 United  Kingdom -  Northern  Ireland

 

 Bachelor’s: maximum €4 655 per year; master’s: varies (average €5 051 per year)

 Additional fees may be  required

 United  Kingdom -  Scotland

 

 Bachelor’s (for Scots and other EU students from outside the UK): no fees;
master’s: varies (average €5 051 per year)

 Additional fees may be  required (set by  institution)

 

Note: these amounts are based on data for the 2014/15 academic year. For more detailed information and comparison between countries, see the Eurydice report National student fee and support systems in European higher education.

Dátum uverejnenia: pon., 11/05/2015 - 11:41


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