These countries pay international students to study at their universities. Tap on to know more!
Germany charges no tuition fees, just a nominal fee of around €150-250, to cover administration costs. Germany has a shortage of skilled workers, hence you can easily get a job after graduation.
The UK offers numerous grants to international students for studying. Students pursuing scientific research that promotes the country's technical development and innovations are paid by the UK.
Holland offers free tuition at state universities, as well as scholarships and grants. So, you not only study free of cost but are paid extra for your own study.
Australia pays international students 10% of the cost of training. Hence, the students do not have to spend extra for housing, food, entry etc.
Denmark has welcomed double the number of international students in recent years. The country funds full-degree students from non-EU/EEA countries and Switzerland.