Germany Abolishes Tuition Fees For Undergraduate Courses

 

Germany joined the list of other prominent EU countries in making education affordable to a larger group of local and international students by abolishing tuition fees for undergraduate students.

For international students, this means that they have one more leading destination for studies to add to their list while scouting for good courses and opportunities. Another benefit is that in comparison to other destinations, they can pursue their studies with fewer burdens economically and yet get a chance to live and experience life in Europe, in one of the more popular locations globally.

“It’s important to have a good quality basic education for every individual. This ban is aimed at ensuring that more students, both domestic and international, can avail of the studies and courses without worrying about the prohibitive tuition fees. The objective to level the field when it comes to providing affordable education to more youth, as they are the future,” said a government spokesperson on this policy announcement.

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