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Published by Afterschool.my on Dec 28, 2016, 12:41 pm
Thinking about studying in Europe? Do you know how much it’s going to cost? Well, read on to find out .
Do you know that the famous film, “The Sound of Music” was filmed in Austria?
USD 780 (RM 3,500) per year
Average living costs
USD 11,000 – 13,000 (MYR 45,000 – RM 58,000)
Why study here ?
Where else in the world can you get amazing Belgium chocolates? Belgium of course!
USD 960 – 4,820 (RM 4,300) per year
USD 11,050 – 12,300 (RM 49,500 – RM55,100) per year
Why study here?
If you can’t speak Danish, that’s fine. Most of the locals in Denmark can speak English very well
USD 6,500 – 17,350 (RM 29,100 – 77,700) per year
Average living costs
USD 12, 200 (RM 54,660) per year
Finland has beautiful landscapes during winter. Just don’t forget to watch the Northern Lights!
Minimum if USD 1,600 (RM 7,170) per year
USD 10,400 (RM 46,650) per year
France is known for its grand architecture such as the Palace of Versailles and works of art from Claude Monet to the Mona Lisa
USD 200 (RM 900) – Undergraduate, USD 280 (RM 1,250) – Master’s, USD 425 (RM 1, 900) – Doctoral, per year
USD 10, 500 per year
Germany is famous for its Berlin Wall and Oktoberfest
Free! (For all students at undergraduate and PhD levels), USD 10,800 (RM 48,440) per semester for most non-consecutive master’s programmes. (You’ll need to learn German though, as most courses there are in the language)
USD 8,700 (RM 39,000) per year
Ireland is the country where wearing green makes you lucky and finding a four leaf clover
USD 10,800 (RM 48,400) – Undergraduate, USD 11,400 (RM 51,530) – Doctoral, per year
USD 7,500 – 12,870 (RM 33,640 – RM 57,730) per year
Italy is the birthplace of the Renaissance and is home to famous people such asGalileo Galilei and Leonardo da Vinci
USD 920 – 1,100 (RM 4,120 – RM 4,930) – Undergraduate, USD 1,600 (RM 7,170) – Postgraduate, per year
USD 15,600 (RM 69,960) per year
With its amazing landscape and northern lights, there’s also more to Norway than just free higher education
Free for all at public universities (A few exceptions in specialized programmes)
USD 13,600 (RM 61,000) per year
Russia is the largest country in the world
USD 3,900-7,700 (RM 17,490 – RM 34,430) per year
USD 7,920 – 9,120 (RM 35,530 – RM 40,900) per year
Spanish is widely spoken in the USA and in South America. Therefore, it is one of the world’s most spoken languages
USD 1,200 (RM 5,382) – Undergraduate, USD 1,430 – 1,620(RM 6,400 – RM 7,260) – Postgraduate, per year
USD 11,800 – 14,400 (RM 52, 920 – RM 64,580) per year
Are you a fan of the famous YouTuber, PewDiePie and IKEA’s meatballs? Do you know they are from Sweden?
Average tuition: 10,500-17,500 (RM 47,100 – RM 78, 480) per year
Average living costs: USD 11,200 (RM 50,230) per year
If you want to take a break from your studies, Switzerland is a great place to go skiing
Average tuition: USD 1,250-2,200 (RM 5,600 – RM 9,860) per year
Average living costs: USD 17,750-27,600 (RM 79,600 – RM 123,730) per year
The Netherlands is home to Vincent van Gogh, a painter who is known for his self-portrait paintings
USD 6,500-13,000 (RM 29,140 – RM 58,200) – Bachelor’s, USD 8,670-21,660 (RM 38,800 – RM 97,100) – Postgraduate, per year
USD 10,400 – 14,300 (RM 46,600 – RM 64,100) per year
What good place is there to study than in Jolly old Britain! Britain has one of the world’s best universities such as the University of Oxford and CambridgeAverage tuition
What good place is there to study than in Jolly old Britain! Britain has one of the world’s best universities such as the University of Oxford and Cambridge
USD 17,000 (RM 76,200) per year
USD 17,060 (RM 76,470) per year
UTM has opened another study pathway for SPM holders through the UTM Foundation Programme. The UTM Foundation Programme, a one-year academic programme offered by Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, is an alternative pre-university programme which consists of three major fields; Physical Science, Life Sci..
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In conjunction with the annual event of Earth Day on April 22 to demonstrate support for environmental protection, the Integrated Sustainability & Urban Creativity Centre (ISUC) Student Chapter at Asia Pacific University of Technology & Innovation (APU) took the opportunity to inculcate amon..
APU is among only five universities in Malaysia and one of 17 institutions in Asia to earn this accreditation from PMITo acquire masters-level knowledge and skills in project management based on international standards, one could opt to elevate their professional skills by obtaining a GAC-PMI accred..
Star Education Fair 2022 will be making things easier come June 4 and 5 as it offers students various study options, all under one roof. All your questions about studying locally and abroad can be answered at the annual fair to be held at the Setia SPICE Convention Centre in Bayan Lepas, Penan..
Most public universities in Malaysia provide MBAs, either in coursework or research. Below are the notable public universities which provide full time coursework MBAs.First of all, what is an MBA? MBA stands for Master of Business Administration. As a generalist degree, the MBA will give you basic a..
By: Siti Hajar Mohd ZulkifliFor many students in Malaysia, SPM (or its equivalent IGCSE, GCSE, GCE O-Level) is an important examination that defines one's future. Parents and students view SPM as a stepping stone to a bright career. The first thing school-leavers would do after finishing SPM wou..
This collaborative initiative also promotes industry-academia tech knowledge sharingMAB Academy, a one-stop aviation and hospitality centre, recently inked a Memorandum of Understanding with the Premier Digital Tech Institution – Asia Pacific University of Technology & Innovation (APU), as..
“Shocked, Overjoyed, Surreal!” These are a few emotions that the eight students from Kolej Yayasan UEM (KYUEM) felt upon discovering they are heading to Harvard, Cambridge, and Oxford later this year.There is no right template for students to follow to enrol in prestigious universities, ..
A great win by solving real-world problems with a solid foundation of professional knowledge in computer science and software engineeringA creative prototype of an integrated digital learning app by five members of the Integrated Sustainability & Urban Creativity Centre (ISUC) Student Chapter at..
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