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Cost of Study and Living in Austria, Finland and Germany

costAs you are preparing for your study, it’s important that you become familiar with the cost of study and living in the country you choose to study. Cost of study varies from country to country. In Germany for example, most schools are operating tuition free education, and so students are exempted from paying tuition fees. However, one that is studying in Germany will only be concerned with the living cost which is estimated at 670 Euro per month which will cover the cost of food accommodation, books, transportation etc. In today’s post, I will be talking about cost of study and living in three European countries namely; Austria, Finland and Germany. Please find below the cost of living and study in Austria, Finland and Germany.

Cost of living in Austria

The cost of living in Austria is estimated at €800 to €1000. This may vary a bit, depending on your study location – for example, accommodation and other living costs may be higher in Vienna and other larger cities than for example in Wr.Neustadt. And, of course, the amount of money you will need greatly depends on how economically you live. However, it’s hard to tell the exact amount of money a student in Austria needs per month.

Cost of study in Austria

EU students in Austria Public universities are exempted from paying tuition fees. However, you will be required to pay a small fee of approximately €18 per semester to the Student Union. Non EU or international students will have to pay tuition fees of €726.72 per semester plus a fee of €18 per semester to the Student Union. In the event that you decide to take courses at more than one university, you will have to pay your tuition fee only once. If you are not a degree-seeking student, you will have to pay EUR 363.36 per semester.

Cost of living in Finland

The estimated cost of living in Finland is put at €560 per month. However, when applying for a student residence permit, an international student (non-EU/EEA students) will need to show that he/she has at least 560€ per month (6720€ per year) at their disposal. This is the absolute minimum required by the immigration authorities.

Cost of study in Finland

Finland is operating tuition free education to all students. This means that there are no tuition fees charged in Finnish higher education degrees starting in autumn 2014, regardless of the level of studies and the nationality of the student. But please note that this does not completely rule out the possibility that the situation might change at some point in the future.

What is the best solution for healthcare in U.S?

by nook1357

For a good book on this, read the Healing of America. The author discusses how Great Britain, Canada, Japan, Germany,India, and France handles their healthcare.
Here are some of the key points:
1. Uninsured people drive up the cost of healthcare for all of us. By not having insurance, they go into emergency care and then don't pay. The insured people end up making up the difference. If everyone has insurance, then the cost averages out.
2. Medical doctors in other countries are paid differently. Their education is paid for by the government. That means doctors do not have to pay off $200,000-$300,000 of student debt

What is the frugal solution to healthcare costs?

by why??

For a good book on this, read the Healing of America. The author discusses how Great Britain, Canada, Japan, Germany,India, and France handles their healthcare.
Here are some of the key points:
1. Uninsured people drive up the cost of healthcare for all of us. By not having insurance, they go into emergency care and then don't pay. The insured people end up making up the difference. If everyone has insurance, then the cost averages out.
2. Medical doctors in other countries are paid differently. Their education is paid for by the government. That means doctors do not have to pay off $200,000-$300,000 of student debt

That ain't right

by PositiveOption

- Every Year AT LEAST 40 million innocent men, women and children needlessly and ruthlessly perish on this planet (that's 7 Jewish holocausts) from hunger, starvation, disease and malnutrition.
- Each day an estimated 2 billion people worldwide (1/3 of the planet's current 6 billion inhabitants) live in absolute abject poverty.
- 1.3 billion people in the world today struggle to survive on US$1/day.
- 3 billion people in the world today struggle to survive on US$2/day.
to satisfy the world's sanitation and food requirements would cost only US$13 billion- what the people of the United States and the European Union spend on perfume each year

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