Average Study Abroad Costs: The costs of expense vary from country to country. So a student must be aware about the average amount which will be spent during the period of his/her study in abroad. This article shows you a list of country and the approximate amount that the student might spend in that country. Before starting this topic, Just see our previous topic about Advantages and disadvantages of Studying abroad.
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Study in USA:
The tuition fee in US may vary from university to university. In private institution the fee may range in between $15000 to $30000 per year. In a public institution the fee may vary from $10000 to $20000 per year. The cost of living in United States may vary in between $10000 to $12000.
Study in UK:
The tuition fee may vary from €6500 to €13000 per year. The cost of living in United Kingdom may range up to €7,200 per annum.
Study in Australia
The tuition fee for Undergraduate courses range in between A$14000 to 35000 per year, for post graduate courses may range between A$15000 to 36000 per year. The tuition fees vary for different courses and universities. The cost of living in Australia varies from city to city. The average cost of living is approximately A$500 per week and this can be increased in cities like Melbourne, Sydney.
Study in Canada
Undergraduate course may ranges in between $10,000 to $20,000 per year. The post graduate course may ranges in between $15,000 to $30,000 per year. Cost of living may range in between $600 to $800 per month.
Study in Singapore
Cost of Education in Singapore is quite low when comparing to other countries. For a diploma course a student might pay S$5,000 to S$20,000. For an under graduate course a student might pay S$24,000 to S$55,000 and for a post graduation a student may pay up to S$18,000 to S$30,000. The cost of living in Singapore is quite high when comparing to other Asian Countries. A student who is studying in Singapore may spend about S$750 to S$2,000 per month. This includes various expenses such as food, accommodation, clothing, books and stationery, personal expenses, medical expenses etc.
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Study in Japan
The tuition fee in Japan may range from Yen 550,000 – 4,380,550 per year for Bachelor program. For Master’s program the tuition fee may range in between Yen 665,676 – 1,229,631 per year and for doctorate programs the fee range in between Yen 554,991 – 1,213,102 per year. Accommodation may cost up to Yen 34,000 for a rented flat, for a single room apartment the cost can be up to Yen 70,000. Approximately the cost of living may range in between Yen 150,000 to yen 180,000.
Study in China
China is also gaining prominence for students who are opting to study abroad. The tuition fee may range in between $2,000 to $4,000 per year. It may vary depending on the university and the course the students choose. Cost of Living is affordable in China. In big cities like Beijing, Shanghai ranges in between $200 to $500 per month. In small cities the cost of living may range up to $200 dollars per month.
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Study in New Zealand
The tuition fee varies from university to university and from course to course. The tuition fee for Engineering graduation range in between NZ $16,000 to NZ$ 17,500 per year. For administration and management course the tuition fee range in between NZ $10,000 to NZ $12,500 per year. For arts and social science the tuition fee range in between NZ $ 10,000 to NZ $12,000 per year. For post graduate courses the fee range between NZ $18,000 to NZ $25,000 approximately. The cost of living for a student in New Zealand may be approximately reach up to NZ $7,000 per year.