Everyone knows that studying in American colleges is one of the most expensive in the world. Many applicants look for alternatives. Many prestigious universities offer good education at affordable prices in other countries. Here is the list of the best places for studying.

GERMANY

Until recently, tuition at German universities was paid, but now all students study due to state funding. A special program pays even for foreigners. Students from English-speaking countries are especially appreciated here. German learners learn English and need to communicate with native speakers to learn the correct pronunciation.
German universities are considered to be among the best in the world. The streets of Berlin, Cologne, Bremen and other cities will impress you with beautiful classical European architecture. There are many interesting places in the country. For sure, every student dreams to visit October Fest; you will have such an opportunity if you become a student of a German college.

FINLAND

This country is characterized by a rather high quality of education. It is worth noting that studying in Finland is free for foreigners. However, you must remember that you will have to pay for your living expenses and food, and the prices are quite high in this country.
FRANCE
France offers many options for students. There are more than 76 programs for foreigners. It is worth noting that private universities propose paid programs that are expensive. However, many state colleges provide free or cheap education. France attracts potential learners with its architecture and history. Paris is the most romantic city in the world. If you decide to study here, you will be able to try real French croissants, frog legs and the best coffee in Europe.

NORWAY

There are many free programs for foreigners in this country. A lot of courses are in English. Moreover, the Norwegian education system is very similar to the US colleges. Students learn in small groups and can count on personal consultations of professors. However, it is worth remembering that Norway is a country with very expensive cost of living. In addition, the climate of this country is quite cold. If you have lived all your life in California, cold Norwegian winters will become a real shock for you. However, there are many picturesque places in this country, for example, incredibly beautiful fjords.

CZECH REPUBLIC

This is another European country with beautiful architecture and ancient history. Studying for foreigners is free here, but there is one condition - compulsory knowledge of the Czech language. However, there is an alternative; you can study in English-speaking groups. Tuition in English is paid, but it is much cheaper than in the US. A positive aspect is low cost of living in this country.

AUSTRIA

Austria is an excellent alternative to Germany. You will be able to get good European education here. Many universities offer free tuition; although some colleges are paid, however, the price fluctuates from 200 to 700 euros per semester, which is much cheaper than in the US.

GREECE

This country actively attracts international students. Universities are especially interested in American students. You will have to learn the Greek language for about a year before starting your studies, since most of the classes are taught in this language. However, these courses, like university studies, are free. Greece is a beautiful country with ancient history and many antique attractions.

SLOVENIA

Slovenia is a very popular tourist country. The quality of education in this country is quite high. Foreigners need to pay for their education, but the price is not high.

BRAZIL

There are many courses in English in this country. Some Brazilian universities are among the best in the world. However, it is worth having basic knowledge of Portuguese, since many classes are taught in this language here. Tuition fees for foreigners are affordable. Many students from the US often participate in exchange programs.

ITALY

Many young people dream of living and studying in the homeland of pizza and pasta. Italian state universities can give you such an opportunity. If your annual income is less than € 10,000 per year, you will be able to study for free. An obligatory condition is the education received in the United States. You do not need to graduate from university; you just have to complete one year at community college.

POLAND

This is another inexpensive country for studying, which can provide you with good education. There are many free courses for foreigners. In addition, most students receive a scholarship that covers all expenses for living and meals. Poland is the part of the European Union, so you can travel throughout Europe and have fun.