Here are some countries in europe where you can study for free


A small semester fee of between $30 (INR 2,400) and $60 (INR 4,800) may be asked of you in order to join the university’s organisation for student welfare.


The majority of colleges in Denmark offer free education (for Citizens, EEU, people with certain visa types, etc.).


Polish state-run higher education institutions (HEIs) do not charge tuition for students from EU/EEA. International students spend, on average, 2,000 euros (1,69,278 INR) annually.


Iceland’s public universities do not charge tuition; this rule is applicable to all international students. 


International students frequently choose Germany as their study abroad destination since it offers free college tuition to all students enrolling in public higher education institutions,