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How To Get Free Education/Online Degree In The University

University degrees seem to be getting more expensive every other day. Putting in mind the fluctuating economy in diverse places, some people find it hard to afford for a university degree. This has caused many to lose hope of ever making it through their dreams. It is devastating seeing many youths (and grown-ups) abandon their hope of acquiring studies and eventually lose hope. I would like to tell you that you do not need to be a millionaire to get a top-quality education – at least in many countries. You have two options to get your degree for free without worrying where you come from.

a) There are many universities out there that offer free education. You can tap into their offer and finally come out with a university degree for free.

Here are Some Options for Free Education You can Try.

1. Go for Your Studies in Finland: – Finland offers higher education courses free of charge in public universities. Both the undergraduate and the masters degree courses are free of charge to EU/EEA students. For international students that come from non-EU/EEA countries, this opportunity will close in the Autumn of 2017 – for English-taught courses. Afterward, you will be expected to pay for your degree. At the same time, scholarships will be introduced, which can help keep you on with your studies. The members of EU/EEA will continue to enjoy this opportunity. The doctoral and Ph.D. degree course will remain free of charge. If you know Swedish or Finnish, you can land a part-time job while still a student.
Find more information on this opportunity at http://goo.gl/Cs6c7e


2. Austria Universities: – The Austrian Universities offer free university degrees except for the Applied Sciences Courses. If you are a member of the EU/EEA, you can benefit from this program and study without having to pay any tuition fees. However, if you come from other countries, you are required to pay a sum of 726.72 Euros per semester. All students studying in Austria public universities are expected to pay a student union membership fee of 17.50 Euro per semester. There is also a student accident insurance fee of 0.50 Euro per semester for all students. There are also other cases where students will not be required to pay tuition fees. Learn more of this at http://goo.gl/plLvrV

Posted by on July 26, 2016.

Categories: EDUCATION, Uncategorized

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