Where Foreign Students Face The Highest University Fees

July 29th, 2015
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from Felix Richter, Statista.com
by Niall McCarthy

Depending on your choice of university, studying abroad can prove very expensive indeed.

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Tuition fees vary hugely across the world, as do living expenses. According to a ranking compiled by HSBC, the United States has the highest tuition fees for international students of any country worldwide - $24,914. Australia comes a close second with $24,081.

However, when the cost of living is factored in, the overall cost of a study year in Australia rises to $42,093 compared to $36,564 in the United States. Asia is a cheaper option for students. Chinese universities have an average annual fee of $3,844 while in Malaysia, it is only $2,453. International students studying in Germany pay an average of just $635 each year in tuition fees.

This chart shows the average annual unversity fees for international students in selected countries in 2014.

Infographic: Where Foreign Students Face The Highest University Fees | Statista
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