German Universities, which have become synonymous in the UK for offering high-quality free education have announced that they will begin introducing tuition fees for international students from outside the European Union starting Autumn 2017.
The universities affected would be in the state of Baden-Württemberg where non-EU students will be required to pay €3,000 per year. Although universities in the state of Baden-Württemberg will no longer be free, they are still significantly lower than many other countries.
The decision to introduce tuition fees for non-EU students follows on from Finland, which will introduce fees in Autumn 2017 as well as Denmark and Sweden, which introduced tuition fees for non-EU students in 2006 and 2011 respectively. The only Nordic country to retain free tuition for students of all nationalities in Norway.
Further details regarding this article can be found on the link below:
0 responses on "Tuition Fees Introduced in some German Universities"