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university how much per year ?
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Brazil CHEMyyy 
how much money do you need per year to go to university in your country ?
2017-09-11 16:01
#1
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United Kingdom Szbitzel2 
10 grand
2017-09-11 16:03
#14
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Finland Jodecast 
lol thats sad
2017-09-11 16:08
#18
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United Kingdom Szbitzel2 
it kinda is.
2017-09-11 16:09
#21
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Finland Jodecast 
move out from there, there is some fine places in EU for free
2017-09-11 16:09
#24
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United Kingdom Szbitzel2 
i already paid the uni.
2017-09-11 16:12
#27
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Finland Jodecast 
never tough about moving to a other country to study?
2017-09-11 16:13
Members of my future university will pay 55,000 per year :D I will pay zero since i got all my costs covered.
2017-09-11 16:28
#46
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Finland Jodecast 
well good for you, but we still get everything free, plus we get paid for it
2017-09-11 16:29
My future degree and my title as "ex Ivy League college hockey player" will get me any job you can put on the table.
2017-09-11 16:29
#48
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Finland Jodecast 
hahaha
2017-09-11 16:29
#70
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Faroe Islands I_Oof_myself 
In Israel you pay much more and they teach you like shit,just throw material on you and they don't care if you understood or didn't..
2017-09-11 19:08
#77
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Finland Jodecast 
well Israel is Israel, right?
2017-09-11 19:51
#78
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Faroe Islands I_Oof_myself 
Depends on what you mean,it is very expensive to live here
2017-09-11 19:52
#79
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Faroe Islands I_Oof_myself 
1 aprt here =2 aprts in EU
2017-09-11 19:53
#2
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African Union hdlmb 
0€
2017-09-11 16:03
#57
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Mongolia Tendies 
same boi ££££0000000
2017-09-11 16:54
In my country you can go to university for free if you have brain.
2017-09-11 16:03
3k€
2017-09-11 16:04
#7
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Brazil CHEMyyy 
do you live close to your university ?
2017-09-11 16:05
actually yes
2017-09-11 16:31
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roman | 
Palestine ndr[o] 
around 300€ because of id card which serves as a train ticket
2017-09-11 16:04
#6
JUGi | 
Germany Triggered 
nothiiiing
2017-09-11 16:05
#8
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Greece hekzy 
Nothing.
2017-09-11 16:06
#60
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Croatia AzorAhai 
Jordan?
2017-09-11 17:00
#68
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Greece hekzy 
Shroud
2017-09-11 19:02
shrood?
2017-09-11 20:00
#9
J-bird | 
Sweden Forsgren 
$0. But you get $3500 per year.
2017-09-11 16:07
Including housing, and not including any financial aid: $24,000 per year. In reality I pay nothing.
2017-09-11 16:07
#13
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Finland Jodecast 
lol isnt it sad that you have to pay ?
2017-09-11 16:08
"In reality I pay nothing."
2017-09-11 16:08
#17
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Finland Jodecast 
but still that you in fact pay for education in your country is a joke
2017-09-11 16:08
Not really. The return on investment you get for a degree in the United States outweighs the advantage of "free" education in Europe. (You still pay for it, by the way.) Unless you go to a college you cannot afford and/or get a useless degree, it is a non-issue.
2017-09-11 16:11
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Finland Jodecast 
and how are we "paying" for it? Ok taxes are taxes but everyone pays them in pretty much every country And we still get the same stuff, I could just get a green card and move to USA without being in debt for a long time ahed
2017-09-11 16:13
I think you answered your own question there. You either pay more taxes than us, or a larger percent of your national budget is set aside for education. Either way, you still pay for your education.
2017-09-11 16:19
+1
2017-09-11 16:20
#35
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Finland Jodecast 
lol If you take a look at the % tax you pay vs EU you will see that they are not far from each other, and the thing is, while you study, at least in my case I dont even pay taxes :) And lets add that we get free healthcare all around for pretty much every case, so add that up with free education and a safe country, I think you are paying too much :)
2017-09-11 16:21
"or a larger percent of your national budget is set aside for education." Can you please learn some basic reading comprehension skills? Obviously the United States pays substantially more in military compared Eu, so these countries can afford these luxuries in their national budget.
2017-09-11 16:24
#44
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Finland Jodecast 
haha dont act like you "help" the EU, nato is there and countries add money from their budget to that,but not close to all want to be apart of that. If I would be living in the US at least I would feel pretty bad about my country that wastes money on military, still you have to admit that you pay less for living and studying in EU than you do in America. So lets ends this with: study in EU: cheaper in every way. the end :)
2017-09-11 16:29
meh will still earn tens of thousands more than you doing the same job
2017-09-11 16:12
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roman | 
Palestine ndr[o] 
did he hurt your feelings?
2017-09-11 16:18
nt thirdworlder
2017-09-11 16:19
#36
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Finland Jodecast 
haha thirdworlder xDDD
2017-09-11 16:22
#51
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Portugal PepinoGod 
Dude , im in europe too , but in my country , free universities are a joke.
2017-09-11 16:35
Isn't it sad that you have to pay for food, house, electricity, etc?
2017-09-11 16:17
#37
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Finland Jodecast 
actually I dont :)
2017-09-11 16:23
May be you're brainwashed then because it's actually almost the same.
2017-09-11 16:23
#11
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Finland Jodecast 
Completely Free, I even get 200e per month for doing it
2017-09-11 16:07
+1 and finnish universities 6/5
2017-09-11 16:56
#67
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Finland Jodecast 
+1
2017-09-11 18:52
All universities are free in France. You have 180€ per year of administrative fees if you have enough money to pay, but if you don't it's not even mandatory.
2017-09-11 16:08
Also you can get up to ~800€ a month from the state. I'm getting only 170€ though.
2017-09-11 16:10
#22
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France TheArchitect 
I don't have any help from the CROUS or anything and I paid 550€ this year, 480€ last year and 430 the previous years.
2017-09-11 16:10
paying for university? lul xD
2017-09-11 16:08
#19
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Finland Jodecast 
only Burgerland and Asia
2017-09-11 16:09
18€ per Semester, 36€ per year
2017-09-11 16:18
#34
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Brazil Sp4rkes 
nothing in public universities, but in privates is 700-5000 reais per MONTH (2100-21000 USD)
2017-09-11 16:22
people talking about "free" university while paying 1/3 or more of what they earn in taxes..
2017-09-11 16:24
#52
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Brazil Sp4rkes 
+1
2017-09-11 16:35
#76
VulkaN | 
Austria iVolkan 
atleast we aren't paying taxes to corrupted people
2017-09-11 19:29
yes ofc, but that's not the point
2017-09-11 19:56
#40
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Netherlands Darkrain 
2k a year
2017-09-11 16:24
#41
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Faroe Islands YesntNamer 
Free here in Eastern european country, of course if you qualify with your marks for a free spot then all you have to pay is just 40€ fee once and done. If you dont qualify then it depends on which university and what studies but usually its 3k€ per year.
2017-09-11 16:24
#43
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Brazil LaicaBoss 
a lot :(
2017-09-11 16:27
0
2017-09-11 16:30
0. Only pay for a living space and your daily needs like food and clothes.
2017-09-11 16:36
Nothing.
2017-09-11 16:37
#55
Thorin | 
Portugal Hkt 
Public university - ~=1080 € per year
2017-09-11 16:38
I get about 3k per year, gotta love sweden
2017-09-11 16:52
#62
hippien | 
African Union lucah 
+1
2017-09-11 17:04
+1
2017-09-11 17:05
#59
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Mexico <3 Zetas 
0
2017-09-11 16:58
I get about 250€ per month, only paying for food, gotta love finland
2017-09-11 17:00
Someting about 3-5k$ But in Russia there are a lot of universities that cost 8-10k$ per year what is a huge amount of money here Not including housing, food and etc.
2017-09-11 17:09
I used to pay about 2k per year but that is one of the cheapest universities in my region
2017-09-11 17:09
#66
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Vietnam Oida 
ZERO EUROS. If you are 2 semesters over the minimum time you have to pay a staggering 300€ (ca).
2017-09-11 17:11
#69
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India sachinmeister 
less than 14k dollars for 4 years bachelors degree
2017-09-11 19:05
#71
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Czech Republic The_Czech_One 
I didnt count it but most of the money take nights in pubs and clubs. Maybe like 60-70%.
2017-09-11 19:10
Paying for education? WTF? I get 12K€ every year from the government^^
2017-09-11 19:17
0
2017-09-11 19:21
a little more than 600€ per year
2017-09-11 19:27
30k
2017-09-11 19:28
#81
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Greece tzonis 
0
2017-09-11 19:53
#82
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Brazil vinnyzeraNTC 
My course, 1600 per month, considering I have classes from the end of February till the last third of December, it's 10 months but I have to pay the February monthly payment so 1600x11 = R$ 17600/year (All values in Brazilian currency for obvious reasons, but here is the conversion. R$ 17600 = US$ 5662)
2017-09-11 19:58
only dumb people pay for college in Brazil, enem is easy af.
2017-09-11 20:04
#87
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Brazil vinnyzeraNTC 
Ok. But who said I didn't use it as a way of getting into this current university? (PUC btw)
2017-09-11 20:49
#85
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Argentina YH!one 
Nothing, public university :)
2017-09-11 20:11
I believe it was something around 2000 euro's for one year, but on top of that you have to pay for books etc.
2017-09-11 20:22
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