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11 Most Expensive Countries for Foreign Students

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If you are planning to study abroad, we have valuable information for you – a list of 11 Most Expensive Countries for Foreign Students to help you make the right decision. Undoubtedly, one of the best experiences in a student’s life is completing college or university in a foreign country. It gives them a lot to learn. It is not just about studies but it gives them the opportunity to explore that particular country’s culture as well as meet students from every corner of the world. It brings different nationalities under one roof and that way, students learn to think out of the box and learn to be tolerant towards other people and their culture. As mentioned above nothing can provide so many benefits to a student as much as studying abroad. However, as rewarding as it is, it can also be extremely expensive. Keeping that in mind we put together some of the most expensive countries for students to study in. These countries are ranked by the amount of tuition fees, living and studying expenses.


Do you know about some of the most expensive countries on the planet? And how many of them are present in this list? If you don’t it’s a good idea to check our post on Top 15 Most Expensive Countries in the World.

What is surprising about the list is the fact that neither UK nor US were at the top of the table; instead, Australia has now taken over as the most expensive country in the world in terms of living costs, and tuition fees. Although, there is a lot of promotion of the Australian universities around the world very few students are stepping ahead and applying for Visas due to high living and studying cost.

The US is almost head to head with the tuition fee but what takes it down to the second position is the cost of living which is pretty affordable.

So, if you are planning to go abroad for studies you have come to the right place. Our list will provide you with all the information you need.

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