The New Prague PostInstitutions highlight low costs in bid to attract students
Many young people in Asia are keen to secure a degree from an American, Australian, British or Canadian university – and their parents are often prepared to pay heavily to cover the tuition fees and living costs.
Tuition fees that can add up to the equivalent of tens of thousands of euros each year are often not enough to deter the youngsters from enrolling.
In the future, however, more of these students could be selecting alternative higher education destinations, because universities in continental Europe are also looking to recruit youngsters from Asia. Read more...