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Please what universities in Europe offers English masters programs (computer science with management) with fees for international students less than £4,000.

The list of countries; France, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Germany, Belgium


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  • afdoal
  • 21:30 14.04.2017

Austria does not charge EU members for many of its postgraduate programs, however some courses charge up to around €800 per year so look up your course to see what you will have to pay. Costs may be more for international students.

Belgium charges around €900 per year for its postgraduate courses although there is a lot of funding to apply for that will reduce this cost. Again costs can be higher for international students.

Bulgaria charges foreign nationals up to €3,500 for most of its postgraduate courses, however as living costs are relatively cheap here it could be an option worth considering if you can find an interesting course.

Cyprus charges master’s tuition fees of around €400 per annum for EU students and over €5,000 for non-EU students.

Denmark does not charge EU students to study. Otherwise it is upwards of €6,000.

In Finland study is free to EU students. Fees will apply for non EU-students.

France typically charges around €245 for its master’s programs but funding is readily available and it is worth noting that Paris recently topped the QS list as the best student city in the world!

Germany charges all students €500 for its postgraduate courses which is the same amount as a German national pays. Funding is available.

Ireland charges all students tuition fees of between €4,000 and €10,000 so is not a cheap option in terms of tuition fees, however there are many funding options available to reduce these fees and some courses – for example those in ICT are set much lower to around €2,500.

Iceland does not charge EU students fees however there is a small registration fee of around €200. Extra charges are usually applicable for international students.

Italy charges all of its master’s students tuition fees from around €2,000 up to as much as €16,000 for many courses.

Lithuania typically charges €2,000-€3,000 for master’s courses, but funding is available.

Luxembourg does not charge tuition fees but there is a small registration fee applicable like Iceland. Costs may be higher for international students.

The Netherlands charges EU students around €2,000 for its courses and around €8,000 to non-EU students.
Norway does not charge tuition fees for its postgraduate programs although there will be a registration fee of around €300.

In Poland postgraduate study is free is you are Polish, for everyone else courses cost between €2,000 and €6,000.

Portugal charges around €950 for master’s courses and up to €3,000 for a PhD.

Spanish course fees are some of the lowest in Europe for international students as you pay on a ‘per credit’ basis at €9.50 per credit typically making courses cost around €2,000.

Sweden does not charge EU members tuition fees although non -EU students will pay around €9,700 for a master’s course.

In Switzerland all foreign nationals must pay tuition fees which are typically between €800 and €3,000. There is also a registration fee to pay.

Tuition fees in the United Kingdom range from £6,000 to £10,000 (€7,200 to €12,100) – although costs can get considerably higher depending on the institution and the postgraduate program. Funding is available.

  • Klemen Cesar
  • 17:07 15.04.2017

If you are from europe, you should try erasmus, it is free... but slovenia has cheep education aswell. if you wish to come here, simply google university in ljubljana or in maribor.

  • ega416
  • 03:26 16.04.2017

1.- Universidad de León https://www.unileon.es/
2.- Universidad del Rey Juan Carlos https://www.urjc.es/

  • kaancha
  • 15:10 17.04.2017

You can visit this link. Its really helpful for International Students who are willing to study in EU member countries. http://www.bachelorsportal.eu/studies/80735/computer-science-management-science.html

  • sunnyade
  • 02:39 18.04.2017

Best value universities for EU citizens

Although the US, Canada, UK and Australia have charged fees for many years, there are still quite a few highly ranked universities which are offering free university education. The Scandinavian countries are particularly attractive destinations for undergraduate study, partly because they have a number of highly ranked institutions, but also because many of their courses are taught in English.

Check out the universities of Copenhagen, Aarhus, Uppsala, Lund and Helsinki, all of which rank in the top 100 in the world in 2011 and which offer free Undergraduate and Postgraduate education to domestic and EU citizens.

For Postgraduate study, the UK is still hard to beat with four universities in the top ten in the world – Cambridge, Oxford, Imperial, UCL - all charging just $4-8000 for postgraduate courses for EU citizens.

In Paris, École normale supérieure ENS, ranked 33rd, and Ecole Politechnique ranked 36th both offer undergraduate courses for less than a $1000 and Postgraduate courses for less than $8,000.

In Germany, the highest ranked universities are; University of Heidelberg at 53rd and Technical University of Munich at 54th in the world, each charging less than $2000 for domestic and EU citizens. University of Amsterdam at 63rd, charges within the $2,000- $4,000 range whilst Catholic University of Leuven at 68th charges less than a $1000.
Best value universities for international students

For non-EU citizens looking for free university education, some of the Scandinavian universities are available free to all, but have limited places just for the best international candidates, whilst others like Copenhagen do charge for international students. By contrast Austrian Universities, like Vienna University of Technology, ranked 155th in the world, charge less than US$1000 per annum for international students willing to study in German.

Looking further afield, Saudi Arabia is becoming an increasingly attractive study destination. Government subsidies result in all students, domestic and international, studying for free and in many cases, postgraduate students receive a monthly grant to cover basic living costs as well. King Saud University, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Mines and King Abdul Aziz University all appear in the top 400 universities in the world.

Several North African universities have course fees of less than a $1000 per annum for international students, with University of Cairo leading the way in terms of QS World Rankings. Latin American universities also offer very low cost courses for Spanish speaking candidates and are gradually improving their world rankings, with University of Campinas and University of Buenos Aires amongst the most highly ranked in the top 300 in the world.

Switzerland and Japan are home to many world-class universities. ETH Zurich, ranked 18th in QS World University Rankings, charges less than $2000 for domestic and international students alike, as does EPF Lausanne, ranked 35th in the world. University of Tokyo is the second highest ranked Asian university at 24th in the world and charges just $6-8000 for international students.
Broad spectrum of choice

The EU also boasts a plethora of world class universities offering exceptional value. In Paris, École normale supérieure ENS and École Politechnique offer international students the same value as domestic students, with undergraduate courses for less than US$1000 and postgraduate courses typically $6-8000, or less. Even the British universities, whose fees have been well publicized for being on the increase for domestic students, offer great value for international students.

The University of Cambridge offers undergraduate courses for international students for just US$18-20,000, roughly half the cost of Harvard, MIT or Yale, its closest rivals. The UK boasts the second most universities in the QS Top 100, after the US, and apart from a few London-based institutions, undergraduate and postgraduate curse fees never exceed US$24-26,000.

Asia and Australia boast a wide range of course fees. Asia's top ranked university at 22nd is University of Hong Kong, which charges $14-16,000 for international students. Perhaps even better value is South Korea's Seoul National University, which charges $4-6,000 per annum and China's top ranked University of Peking at 46th, which also charges $4-6,000 per annum.

Singapore's National University of Singapore charges $18-20,000, whilst Australia's top Ranked Australian national University at 26th in the world, charges $28-30,000 for postgraduate courses for international students.

  • Carlos Pavel
  • 07:27 18.04.2017

Austria does not charge EU members for many of its postgraduate programs, however some courses charge up to around €800 per year so look up your course to see what you will have to pay. Costs may be more for international students.

  • anieudott
  • 18:54 18.04.2017

For Postgraduate study, the UK is still hard to beat with four universities in the top ten in the world – Cambridge, Oxford, Imperial, UCL - all charging just $4-8000 for postgraduate courses for EU citizens.

  • Rosario PB
  • 23:05 18.04.2017

why

  • whicker123
  • 04:29 19.04.2017

Austria does not charge EU members for many of its postgraduate programs, however some courses charge up to around €800 per year so look up your course to see what you will have to pay. Costs may be more for international students.

Belgium charges around €900 per year for its postgraduate courses although there is a lot of funding to apply for that will reduce this cost. Again costs can be higher for international students.

Bulgaria charges foreign nationals up to €3,500 for most of its postgraduate courses, however as living costs are relatively cheap here it could be an option worth considering if you can find an interesting course.

Cyprus charges master’s tuition fees of around €400 per annum for EU students and over €5,000 for non-EU students.

Denmark does not charge EU students to study. Otherwise it is upwards of €6,000.

In Finland study is free to EU students. Fees will apply for non EU-students.

France typically charges around €245 for its master’s programs but funding is readily available and it is worth noting that Paris recently topped the QS list as the best student city in the world!

Germany charges all students €500 for its postgraduate courses which is the same amount as a German national pays. Funding is available.

Ireland charges all students tuition fees of between €4,000 and €10,000 so is not a cheap option in terms of tuition fees, however there are many funding options available to reduce these fees and some courses – for example those in ICT are set much lower to around €2,500.

Iceland does not charge EU students fees however there is a small registration fee of around €200. Extra charges are usually applicable for international students.

Italy charges all of its master’s students tuition fees from around €2,000 up to as much as €16,000 for many courses.

Lithuania typically charges €2,000-€3,000 for master’s courses, but funding is available.

Luxembourg does not charge tuition fees but there is a small registration fee applicable like Iceland. Costs may be higher for international students.

The Netherlands charges EU students around €2,000 for its courses and around €8,000 to non-EU students.
Norway does not charge tuition fees for its postgraduate programs although there will be a registration fee of around €300.

In Poland postgraduate study is free is you are Polish, for everyone else courses cost between €2,000 and €6,000.

Portugal charges around €950 for master’s courses and up to €3,000 for a PhD.

Spanish course fees are some of the lowest in Europe for international students as you pay on a ‘per credit’ basis at €9.50 per credit typically making courses cost around €2,000.

Sweden does not charge EU members tuition fees although non -EU students will pay around €9,700 for a master’s course.

In Switzerland all foreign nationals must pay tuition fees which are typically between €800 and €3,000. There is also a registration fee to pay.

Tuition fees in the United Kingdom range from £6,000 to £10,000 (€7,200 to €12,100) – although costs can get considerably higher depending on the institution and the postgraduate program. Funding is available.

  • choyonbd
  • 18:51 19.04.2017

Have a look on http://www.greatvaluecolleges.net/affordable/international-students/
and https://www.timeshighereducation.com/student/news/cheapest-uk-universities-international-students-tuition-fees-survey
for checking the result of tuition fee survey of different universities. Thanks.

  • nutsa
  • 09:57 20.04.2017

in italy

  • afiam
  • 14:58 20.04.2017

1.- Universidad de León https://www.unileon.es/
2.- Universidad del Rey Juan Carlos https://www.urjc.es/

  • yogesh962
  • 18:05 20.04.2017

1. University at Buffalo – SUNY

Buffalo, New York

Website

The University at Buffalo, part of the State University of New York, has an extensive global reach with a large number of international programs. Situated on the border of Canada, the university has more than 5,000 international students from 115 countries. There are a number of cultural programs, including a special week-long orientation for international students, a student scholar service that helps international members adjust to life in Buffalo, and an English Language Institute that helps international students prepare for university study.

Tuition: $8,211 (In-state) $20,151 (Out-of-state)
Average tuition minus institutional grants/scholarships: $8,573
Percentage of International Students: 16%
Value Score: 7

2. Harvard University

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Website

The number of international students at Harvard has grown by more than 35% since 1998, and today there are students at Harvard from more than 130 countries. Additionally, the number of Harvard students studying abroad has doubled since 2002. There are also Harvard offices outside of the United States, including the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies in Chile and Brazil. International students will also feel welcomed by the amount of research being done on global issues, from AIDS to economic development in China.

Tuition: $42,292
Average tuition minus institutional grants/scholarships: $2,538
Percentage of International Students: 11%
Value Score: 29

3. Princeton University

Princeton, New Jersey

Website

Princeton welcomes international students through its Davis International Center, which offers specialized support for international students and their families and offers resources to help them adjust to life in the U.S. The school also offers a full calendar of international events, has an art museum with an extensive global collection, and supports a number of study abroad opportunities. In the 2012-2013 school year there were 555 international undergraduate and 994 international graduate students from a number of countries, including Canada, China, the United Kingdom, Korea, and India. And because of Princeton’s large aid packages, this school is a very affordable choice for international students.

Tuition: $40,170
Average tuition minus institutional grants/scholarships: $7,416
Percentage of International Students: 11%
Value Score: 38

4. Yale University

New Haven, Connecticut

Website

There are 2,249 international students at Yale – 10% of the undergraduate population, but 18% of the total student body if you include the graduate and professional schools. There are 118 countries represented, and the top ones are China, Canada, South Korea, India, the United Kingdom, Germany, Singapore, Mexico, Australia, and Italy. The school has a special office to help immigrants adjust to life in the U.S. as well as a center for career planning, employment services, and funding options. And thanks to Yale’s large financial aid packages, most students don’t pay the full $44,000 tuition rate.

Tuition: $44,000
Average tuition minus institutional grants/scholarships: $5,603
Percentage of International Students: 10%
Value Score: 39

5. Binghamton University

Binghamton, New York

Website

Students from Binghamton come from locations as varied as Turkey, Australia, Morocco, and Germany. The school offers support for incoming exchange and dual-diploma students, special academic advising for international students, and a number of study abroad opportunities, and a number of study abroad opportunities. Listed among the elite public universities in the country, even the out-of-state tuition without scholarships isn’t too expensive. The school has a number of exchange agreements with overseas universities and offers a special orientation session for these students.

Tuition: $8,144 (In-state) $18,464 (Out-of-state)
Average tuition minus institutional grants/scholarships: $11,535
Percentage of International Students: 11%
Value Score: 53

6. Brandeis University

Waltham, Massachusetts

Website

Brandeis University’s International Students and Scholars Office welcomes students from 120 countries around the globe. The office assists international students by determining visa eligibility, preparing visa documents, providing guidance on immigration procedures, offering counseling on cultural adjustment, and organizing programming to enhance international students’ academic experience at Brandeis. Most international scholars are graduate students, although students come for all levels of study from countries like China, India, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, and Israel. Brandeis is an expensive school, but their average scholarship/grant package exceeds $30,000.

Tuition: $45,856
Average tuition minus institutional grants/scholarships: $14,387
Percentage of International Students: 14%
Value Score: 58

7. University of Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Website

UPenn has the largest percentage of international students of any Ivy League college, although its tuition price tag is marginally higher. The school offers a number of centers, institutes, and area studies programs to help the international students from more than 100 countries feel at home. The school also offers courses in dozens of languages and has an extensive English Language Program to help international members of the community adjust to life in the United States.

Tuition: $45,890
Average tuition minus institutional grants/scholarships: $12,333
Percentage of International Students: 12%
Value Score: 60

8. Columbia University in the City of New York

New York, New York

Website

Columbia’s enrollment of international students may be in the teens at the undergraduate level, but that number goes up to a whopping 42% when looking at the graduate and professional schools. The university total, including all levels of degree programs, the medical school, and continuing studies departments, is actually 28%. The school’s faculty is heavily involved in global research and there are a number of global centers in countries from Chile to Kenya to India, that facilitate coordination between scholars from the U.S. and other countries.

Tuition: $49,138
Average tuition minus institutional grants/scholarships: $13,055
Percentage of International Students: 12%
Value Score: 61

9. Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Website

MIT is unique in that it offers open CourseWare classes in science and technology that are available in many languages to students in just about every country. The university also has the Madsar Institute of Science and Technology in Abu Dhabi, the National Research Foundation in Singapore, and the MIT Sloan School in China. The school also has over 700 global and international projects in the form of research, study abroad, internships, and MIT courses.

Tuition: $43,498
Average tuition minus institutional grants/scholarships: $11,071
Percentage of International Students: 10%
Value Score: 62

10. Johns Hopkins University

Baltimore, Maryland

Website

Johns Hopkins has 3,050 international undergraduate and graduate students representing 121 countries around the world. The school also has international campuses in Italy and China and a number of organizations and clubs geared specifically to international students. Johns Hopkins encourages study abroad and international research, offers special English as a Second Language Programs, and even created an International Alumni Club so students can keep in touch after graduation, no matter where they call home. With an average adjusted tuition rate of less than $12,000, JHU isn’t a bad choice at all.

Tuition: $45,470
Average tuition minus institutional grants/scholarships: $11,666
Percentage of International Students: 10%
Value Score: 68

11. Brown University

Providence, Rhode Island

Website

Brown has more than 1,600 international students studying on campus every year representing over 90 countries, and approximately 500 American students study abroad annually. The Office of International Student and Scholar Services works to create university policies that serve the specific needs of international students, while the Third World Center works to bring together students from diverse communities. Brown also supports a number of global initiatives, from the Focus on Africa to the Year of India, to shine a light on issues facing the international community.

Tuition: $45,612
Average tuition minus institutional grants/scholarships: $13,753
Percentage of International Students: 11%
Value Score: 72

12. Dartmouth College

Hanover, New Hampshire

Website

Dartmouth College goes out of its way to create a curriculum that is specifically designed to build global awareness. Faculty members and graduate students conduct research with colleagues on every continent, while Foreign Study and Exchange programs bring scholars from other countries to the U.S. campus. Students can study the Chinese language in Beijing or environmental studies in South Africa, while 8% of undergraduates and 28% of graduates hail from nations outside the United States. These students represent more than 60 countries and a diverse range of cultural and economic backgrounds, and Dartmouth’s average financial aid package brings many students’ tuition down below $11,000.

Tuition: $46,752
Average tuition minus institutional grants/scholarships: $10,701
Percentage of International Students: 8%
Value Score: 78

13. Stony Brook University – SUNY

Stony Brook, New York

Website

Stony Brook has a number of cultural initiatives that make international students feel welcome, including the Center for India Studies, the Japan Center, and the Latin American & Caribbean Studies Center. The university also offers and English as a Second Language program, an Intensive English Center, International Academic Programs and Services, a Language Learning Center, and Visa and Immigration Services. With a less than $20,000 tuition rate for out-of-state students, attending this school is a deal even without grants and scholarships.

Tuition: $7,995 (In-state) $19,935 (Out-of-state)
Average tuition minus institutional grants/scholarships: $11,638
Percentage of International Students: 9%
Value Score: 79

14. Cornell University

Ithaca, New York

Website

Cornell has more than 20 different international institutes and centers to encourage global scholarship, from the Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies to the Johnson School for International Business Education. There are 3,000 international students and scholars on campus who can benefit from the special Resident Assistants in the International Living Center, get involved in the Language Expansion Program, or join one of the many student organizations for international members of the community. With an adjusted average tuition rate of over $12,000, Cornell has a higher Value Score and is lower on the list of affordable schools – but it’s still a much better deal than many universities.

Tuition: $45,358
Average tuition minus institutional grants/scholarships: $12,352
Percentage of International Students: 9%
Value Score: 82

15. Northeastern University

Boston, Massachusetts

Website

Northeastern has more than 2,900 partner organizations in 93 countries, and its campus houses international students from roughly 122 countries each year. The university emphasizes interdisciplinary research that focuses on global challenges in health, security, and sustainability, and alumni claim residencies in more than 145 nations around the globe. Exchange students come from universities in countries ranging from Argentina to the United Kingdom and have full access to the university catalog of courses, with few exceptions. Northeastern is an expensive choice compared to some of the other affordable schools, but its percentage of international students is also somewhat higher.

Tuition: $41,686
Average tuition minus institutional grants/scholarships: $20,665
Percentage of International Students: 15%
Value Score: 91

16. University of Rochester

Rochester, New York

Website

Students at the University of Rochester come from more than 50 countries and comprise 13% of the student body. Although it is one of the more expensive schools on this list (and why its value score is 99) the financial aid packages frequently exceed $20,000, which softens the blow of what would be a $45,000 bill. International students have access to the Office of Minority Student Affairs, the Study Abroad Office, and the International Services Office, which can help students make the adjustment to life in the U.S.

Tuition: $45,372
Average tuition minus institutional grants/scholarships: $21,139
Percentage of International Students: 13%
Value Score: 99

17. The New School

New York, New York

Website

Although you might be smarting at the $28,000 cost of attending The New School, it had to make this list because of the incredibly large percentage (29%) of the student body that represents other countries. In fact, The New School has more international students than virtually any other college in the United States. The school even has an option integrated into its website to translate the pages into several other languages! The school is home to the India China Institute, the Janey Program in Latin American Studies, the Observatory in Latin America, the Transregional Center for Democratic Studies, the Zolberg Center for Global Migration, and a number of other academic opportunities that help encourage global education.

Tuition: $40,426
Average tuition minus institutional grants/scholarships: $28,386
Percentage of International Students: 29%
Value Score: 101

  • Batman
  • 20:11 20.04.2017

All of them do. Just try it

  • AlejandroGuzmn
  • 08:58 21.04.2017

University of Cambridge

  • wcarriedo
  • 14:36 21.04.2017

Dinamarca no cobra estudiantes de la UE para estudiar. Creo

  • Felipe López
  • 17:56 21.04.2017

HEILBRONN UNIVERSITY
IUBH SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT
UNIVERSITY OF HAMBURG, SCHOOL OF MATHEMATICS, INFORMATICS AND NATURAL SCIENCES

  • StefanyCaroline
  • 01:25 24.04.2017

is really much important for the students

  • Kaji Thebe
  • 06:12 24.04.2017

France

  • Ricky Martina
  • 06:24 28.04.2017

university of ilmenau
The Master’s courses are usually so organized that Bachelor Study as the first academic completion will go over in to Master’s. The overflow from Bachelor to Master’s will apparently become less automatically in case an applicant obtained his/her Bachelor in other university (within or outside Germany). It will be necessary to check whether the various Bachelor‘s degrees are equivalent to one another. The procedure in Ilmenau will thus be as follows:

TU Ilmenau verifies, if one’s secondary school certificate (Baccalauréat, Matura, Higher Secondary School Certificate. etc) received even in Germany qualifies him/her for Master’s Study without any additional courses (does not apply to language course). Subsequently, the scope and the content of the previous Bachelor’s program will be revised. The academic self-enquiry, which is the part of the application, facilitates you to have an overview of how similar your Bachelor is to the Program of the Master’s degree you are applying for.

In case you have a Language Certificate (Level C1: DSH-2 or TOEFL iBT 79 or EILTS 6.5 depending on the language of respective study program) and prove that you have successfully passed an aptitude test at TU Ilmenau, you will be admitted to the Master program.

If one of abovementioned lacks, but all other formal admission criteria are fulfilled, then you will be provided with a conditional admission to Master program with an invitation to Academic Preparation Course.

According to the German immigration law Academic Preparation Course should not exceed two years. Academic Preparation Course at TU Ilmenau can last between 1 and 4 semesters.

However, please note that the Bachelor’s degree with which you enter one of the TU Ilmenau’s Master’s courses midway must be in the same subject as the Master’s you hope to take.

Apply early!

All in all the application process for Master study program (unrestricted permission) will take around 3 month. In case you need a visa please keep in mind, that in some countries (e.g. China) the visa application process will take up to 3 month!

If your original documents are not in German or English, a certified translation of required documents is needed. These documents, the certified copies of documents and authorized translation in Original should be submitted while matriculating at TU Ilmenau. Please bring more copies of these documents with you to Germany.

TU Ilmenau charges applicants with access authorization an application fee of 25 €. During the application process you will be asked per E-mail to transfer the money. Once the fee is transferred, your application will be processed.

The successful completion of your Bachelor program in your home country as well as proof of adequate German proficiency is required for admission to the graduate study at TU Ilmenau. Please submit your Bachelor certificate and a certified copy of the respective grade summary along with a German translation. Certificates written in English do not need to be translated.

You also have the opportunity to take part in a language course at TU Ilmenau in preparation for the obligatory "Deutsch Sprachprüfung für den Hochschulzugang" - DSH - if you already possess basic level German skills.

In case you would like to live in a student hostel, you have to apply online student housing form (pl. pay attention to the deadlines). An overview of all student flats is available here

  • nd
  • 11:15 28.04.2017
  • Correct

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