Universities in Germany are free of tuition fees for all including international students. last year Lower Saxony became the last of seven German states to abolish their tuition fees, which were already extremely low.
German universities had been charging for tuition since 2006. The measure proved unpopular, and German states began dropping them one by one. It is now all gone throughout the country, even for foreigners.
This means that now, both domestic and international undergraduate students at public universities in Germany are able to study in Germany for free, with just a small fee to cover administration– usually between €150 and €250 (US$170-280) – and other living expenses costs per semester (food, transport, accommodation, entertainment, course materials and other necessities).
Maybe for now, learning German might be the best financial choice an high school student can make.
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