2017-02-15 15:10:18评论 校园 留学 国家

出国留学早已不是“富二代”的专利了。QS公布的2016-2017顶级研究生学院指南(QSTop Grad School Guide2016-2017)中显示,这十个国家,留学学费低廉,教育质量高,对待留学生友善。下面我们来看看都有哪些国家吧!


Concluding our look at some of the best places to study abroad on abudget, South Africa is renowned for its natural beauty, culturaldiversity, and turbulent history. Another greatchoice for students with a love of the outdoors, it’s alsoreasonably inexpensive, with low costs of living and tuition fees.Fees vary, but as an example the University of Cape Town (SouthAfrica’s highest-ranked university in the QS World UniversityRankings 2016-2017 at joint 191st) charges around US$2,730 formaster’s degrees in humanities subjects in 2016, while a bachelorof social science costs approximately US$3,390. You’ll need aroundR96,000 (~US$7,090) per year to cover your living costs.




Malaysia is undoubtedly one of the cheapest countries to studyabroad, particularly in terms of living costs. Most students willonly need about MYR 12,000-18,000 (~US$2,860- 4,290) per year tolive comfortably in Malaysia. In terms of tuition fees, you’ll payan average of MYR 17,000 (~US$4,050) per academic year, but somecourses are even cheaper. Malaysia is also home to a number ofbranch campuses of international universities, such as the UK’sUniversity of Nottingham or Australia’s Monash University, offeringthe opportunity to gain a degreeaccredited by these institutions at a lower cost.



Poland also offers a high quality of education, along with plentyof fantastic culture and history to explore. You can study for freeif you can speak Polish, and if you take the same entrance exams asPolish students and study your course in Polish. However, there arealso many English-taught programs available, costing around€2,000-3000 (~US$2,185-3,280) per year. Livingcosts are also on the low side, as you shouldn’t need more than€7,800 (~US$8,530) per year.



The second-largest country in South America, Argentina boastsstunning natural beauty, with a diverse geography that makes itideal for students keen on outdoor adventure and exploration.Argentina is also considered one of the safest countries in theregion and is known for its fun-loving culture and passionatenational identity. You can typically study for free at anystate-funded (public) university, with tuition fees of aroundUS$5,000 per year or more at private institutions. You’ll needaround US$5,000 for living expenses, with rent costing as little asUS$350 per month.




While Hindi is the most prominent of the 100 languages spoken,English is often used as the language of instruction at Indianuniversities, especially at postgraduate level. Living costs areincredibly affordable; a one-way trip using public transport cancost as little as 25 US cents. Tuition fees vary depending on yourstudy level and university, but are typically no higher thanUS$7,300 a year, and you should be able to live comfortably on aslittle as US$5,000 a year.



Mexico is one of Latin America’s most-visited nations, and has lotsto offer international students. Tuition fees vary, with privateuniversities charging more, and average around US$5,500 in thecapital, Mexico City, which has been named one of the world’s top75 cities for students. Living expenses are also reasonably low inMexico, with all living costs adding up to around US$500 per monthon a standard budget (US$6,000 per year). Although the mainlanguage of instruction is Spanish, Mexican universities areoffering more English-taught courses to attract internationalstudents.



Tuition fees in France are the same for domestic and internationalstudents, and for 2015/16 are set at €184(~US$200) per year for bachelor’s (licence)programs, €256 (~US$280) for most master’sprograms, and €391 (~US$425) for doctoralprograms. Fees are considerably higher at the highlyselective grandesécoles andgrandsétablissements,which set their own fees. Living expenses will be highest in thecapital, Paris, but you may find it worth the extra cost– after all, Paris has been named the world’snumber one student city four times in a row! If you’re not yet afluent French speaker, you can study in France in English, with themajority of English-taught programs found at postgraduatelevel.



Germany is continuing to grow in popularity with internationalstudents, and it’s not hard to see why – itoffers reputable universities, relatively low costs, and a highquality of life. There are no tuition fees charged at undergraduateand PhD level at public universities. Master’s students who havenot studied their undergraduate degreein Germany will typically pay upwards of €10,000(US$10,800 ) per semester, but you may be able to find ascholarship to help. To cover living costs, you’ll need at least€8,700- 9600 (~US$9,500-10,480) per year, butpossibly more, depending on your lifestyle and spending habits. Andthere are a range of English-taught courses.




Taiwan is another of the cheapest countries to study abroad. Forexample, at National Taiwan University,tuition fees forundergraduates start at TW$100,920 (~US$3,180) per year for liberalarts programs, up to TW$124,200 (~US$3,900). The country offersmore than 120 courses taught in English, at over 40 universities,and Taiwan is also a popular destination in which to learnMandarin. Taiwan also offers a good quality of life with relativelylow living costs; accommodation costs as little as TW$74000(~US$2,330) per year.



Although all of the Nordic countries are relatively affordablestudy destinations, Norway is our pick as it remains free foreveryone, from both within and outside the EU, at publicuniversities, with the exception of a few specialized programs.Europe’s Nordic countries are known for their high quality of lifeand stunning natural beauty, and Norway is no exception. Anotherreason to study in Norway is the availability of English-taughtprograms at all study levels, plus a high number of localsproficient in English. However, as with the other Nordic countries,Norway comes with a high price tag in terms of living costs; you’llneed around NOK 120,000 (~US$14,530) per year.








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