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Universities in Austria don't charge any tuition fee from international students

posted on: September 16, 2022

Austria ranked 16th in the list of the best countries in the world for students. It has become a popular study abroad destination among international students as it lies in the heart of Europe. Like other European universities, students in Austria don't have to pay any tuition fees for their education in Austria. Students from other European nations that are a part of the EU and EEA also don't have to pay any tuition fees. For international students, there are also a lot of options where the university will charge you very less or a negligible amount of fees. Here are the universities that you can consider if you are planning to study in Austria.

  • The University of Vienna

The University of Veena is one of the oldest universities in Austria. It is ranked among the top hundred universities of the world as per the QS World University rankings. The university has 15 faculties and five centers. Students from 140 countries come to study here. International students can expect to pay 726.72 euros per semester, plus a student’s union fee of 21.20 euros.

  • The University of Salzburg

The architecture of this university is breathtaking. The university has six faculties including the Faculty of Catholic Theology, Faculty of Cultural Sciences, Faculty of Digital and Analytical Sciences, Faculty of Law, Business and Economics, Faculty of Natural and Life Sciences, and Faculty of Social Sciences. International students can expect to pay 726.72 euros.

  • Johannes Kepler University Linz

This is a rather new university in Austria which is why it is equipped with all the latest technologies. An international student can expect to pay around 747.92 euros.

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