4. University of Oslo
Location: Oslo, Norway
This University was founded in 1811. There are no tuition fees for students and it’s a state university, that makes it possible for the institution to get its funds from the public. You will need at least $600 (USD) to survive the summer period. With over 25,000 students the school has gone ahead to have Four Nobel Prize winners.
As a student, you get to pay a little semester registration fee of NOK 550 (approx. 70 euro). You can visit their website or contact them on P.O. Box 1072 Blindern 0316 Oslo.
5. RWTH Aachen University
Location: Aachen, Germany
When it comes to university of technology, have it in mind that RWTH Aachen University is the largest in Germany.
No tuition fees in this school but all students are required to pay a student body and social contribution fee of €239.75 Semester Fee. From estimation, € 700 per month will be enough for accommodation and living expenses of students studying in the school.
6. University of Bergen
Location: Bergen, Norway
With about 17,000 students, this is among the largest universities in Norway. Being a public school, both the international and Norwegian students don’t pay tuition fees.
Things are not always free, every student is expected to pay a semester fee to the Student Welfare Organisation (SiB), which is currently NOK 590. There are no scholarships for international students currently. Another thing to keep in mind about this prestigious school is it’s world ranking, as of 2010 it was ranked 135 worldwide.
7. Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Location: Munich, Germany
Germany makes it’s way back to our list again with one of it’s oldest and prestigious university. Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München is a public research university that was established way back in 1472. Most of their programs are tuition-free but summer programs and some English-taught Master programs have tuition fees attached to it.
To survive in this school you also need to be aware of some costs of living. Expect to spend monthly between €200 – €250 for meals and €300 – €370 for rooms in university.