from Felix Richter, Statista.com
by Niall McCarthy
Depending on your choice of university, studying abroad can prove very expensive indeed.
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.
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