A Comparison of Education Costs by Country
It is important that when you choose to study overseas, to have the necessary finances to support your education and cost of living. You should discuss with your parents how much they have set aside for your education. From there, you can then decide which country would suit your finances. You must take into account the cost of living and your spending habits. Below is a chart of the average tuition fees and cost of living per year by country for comparison.
|Country||Tuition Fee Per Year||RM||Cost of Living||RM|
|UK||£7,000 to £22,500||RM35,000-112,500||£6500 – £14,000||RM32,500-70,000|
|Australia||AU$10,000 – AU$16,500||RM31,000-51,510||AU$12,000 – $18,000||RM37,200-55,800|
|New Zealand||NZ$18,000 – NZ$25,000||RM43,200-60,000||NZ$14,000||RM33,600|
|Canada||CAN$6,000 – CAN$17,500||RM18,600-54,240||CAN$4,800 – $9,600||RM14,880-29,760|
|Ireland||€9,100 – €20,300||RM36,400-81,200||€7000 to €12,000||RM28,000 – 48,000|
Posted on May 28, 2012, in Choosing the right course, Choosing the right university, Malaysian Education and tagged comparison of cost of living by country, comparison of tuition fees by country, cost of living, university tuition fees. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.