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The 6 Cheapest Boarding Schools in Europe 2015

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Do you ever wonder what some of the cheapest boarding schools in Europe 2015 are? When thinking about our children’s education, every detail should be taken into account. Boarding schools are always an option, as they indeed provide an excellent education, along with other various activities which cultivate kids, stimulating their creativity. But of course, one of the main elements which influence our decision is the cost of this kind of education. This education is commonly regarded by people as either a place for rich kids, or a place for troubled teenagers. Yet a boarding school education, mainly oriented to provide an excellent education, doesn’t necessarily need to be luxurious.


The United States has plenty of boarding schools spread all over the country. Some are, indeed, quite expensive, yet others are pretty affordable. If you are interested in The 6 Cheapest Boarding Schools In America 2015, check out our previous list. You can still provide your child a high standard of education without breaking the piggy bank.

There are diverse factors which determine the cost of attending a boarding school. It depends on the age of the child, the type of school, whether it has a religious education or not, along with other factors such as its location and geography. The average term fees of a boarding school student in Europe as of January 2014 were approximately £9,502, ($15,242) with day fees at £5,698 ($9,140), according to the information provided by the Independent Schools Council (ISC). The costs are higher for students aged between 16 and 18 years old.

With many boarding schools in Europe charging tuition of more than $40,000 a year, it might be hard to picture a school below those levels. Nevertheless, we’ve found some of the least expensive boarding schools in Europe, which charge an annual fee below £20,000 ($32,083). So if you are interested in sending your kids to study abroad at a boarding school, this information might come in handy. Check out our list with the cheapest boarding schools in Europe 2015!


No. 6 Abberley Hall

Location: Worcester, Worcestershire, UK

Cost of tuition 7 days boarding: $31,171

Abberley Hall is one of the few full-boarding preparatory schools catering to both boys and girls aged 8 to 13 years.

The top five cheapest boarding schools in Europe 2015 are revealed on the next pages.

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