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K10

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From what I understand, it's supposed to be better quality than the US and even cheaper.

I also understand, some places, education is free.

I will like as much infomation from people who can advise me. And, no, not google, most of the links will be in a different language.

Also, what sort or qualifications is needed?

Oh, I am talking about Universities, that teach in English.
 

Torkel

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Thanks
Welcome. :D

I would certainly think that studying in Europe is cheaper than the US, as is Canada. Many places in Europe are as you say free, so that's a big advantage, I remember hearing the cost of studying five years in the US and the cost was enormous.
 
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K10

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Welcome. :D

I would certainly think that studying in Europe is cheaper than the US, as is Canada. Many places in Europe are as you say free, so that's a big advantage, I remember hearing the cost of studying five years in the US and the cost was enormous.
But would it be free to international students also?
 

Torkel

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Indeed, any idea on what qualifications is required?

And can you recommend any countries?
No, don't know about qualifacations. And the only country I really know about is Norway, but I can reccommend that. I think it's great here. :)
 

Elnur_E65

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No, don't know about qualifacations. And the only country I really know about is Norway, but I can reccommend that. I think it's great here. :)
I am sure it is :)

How much is beer, sigarettes and a can of Coca Cola in Norway?
 
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K10

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I am sure it is :)

How much is beer, sigarettes and a can of Coca Cola in Norway?
That is a serious question. I like it.

Elnur, even if it's not entirely free, once its at a decent price I don't mind. But english is very important.

Torkel, I have heard good things about Norway. Cost of living might be high, but in comparison with the US fees, its worth it.

Plus Europe is so much classier I think.
 

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