Estonia is located in the northern part of Europe with a population of just 1.3 million people. It is known for its architecture, history, and lush green forests. What is even more special about this country is the well-developed education system that it has. It has a very highly developed IT and also offers free healthcare to students. Also, Education is free for all at the Ph.D. level in Estonia. It will cost you around 1,660 and 7,500 euros per year to pursue a bachelor's in Estonia. Here is a list of some highly inexpensive countries in Estonia-
This university was founded in 1919 and is one of the oldest universities in the whole country. It is named after the capital of the country. It has six schools: humanities, education, science and health, governance, law and society, digital technology, film, media, arts, and communication.
University of Tartu
This University was founded in 1632 and is the most popular university in Estonia. It is the national University of Estonia, and most of the courses here are taught in the Estonian language. Although there are many English-based courses available as well. It is ranked 296th globally in the list of the top universities of the world.
Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech)
This university is also known as TalTech. This university was founded in 1918 as the only technological University in Estonia. European students do not have to pay any tuition fees whereas students from outside of Europe have to pay their fees.