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7 Countries Where College Can Be 100% Free

We all have the dream to have free colleges everywhere in the world. Unfortunately, that’s not the case everywhere. There are however certain countries in the world where the taxpayer pays the bill for all students looking to get a college degree. The countries in this list are mainly in Europe and have cultures that “take care of each other”. These socialist countries usually have higher income tax rates, but it’s well worth it if you’d like to have health care and college tuition all paid and taken care of. Ask yourself this question before moving to one of these countries, is free college important to you? If it is, then this list starting below is all for you:

1) Estonia

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According to the 2015 OECD report, Estonia is one of 8 countries with free college university systems

 

2) Denmark

According to the 2015 OECD report, Denmark is one of 8 countries with some free college university programs

Top Colleges & Universities In Denmark

University of CopenhagenTimes Higher Education World Ranking #82
Aurhus UniversityTime Higher Education World Ranking #106
Technical University of DenmarkTime Higher Education World Ranking #167
Aalborg UniversityTime Higher Education World Ranking #201-250
Copenhagen Business SchoolTime Higher Education World Ranking #201-250
University of Southern DenmarkTime Higher Education World Ranking #301-350

 

3) Finland

According to the 2015 OECD report, Finland is one of 8 countries with free college university systems

Top 10 Public Universities in Finland

University of HelsinkiAdministrative Staff – 8000 Employees
Abo Academy UniversityAdministrative Staff – 1300 Employees
University of TurkuAdministrative Staff – 3319 Employees
University of TampereAdministrative Staff – 1982 Employees
University of JyvaskylaAdministrative Staff – 2583 Employees
University of OuluAdministrative Staff – 2852 Employees
University of VaasaAdministrative Staff – 498 Employees
University of LaplandAdministrative Staff – 633 Employees
University of Eastern FinlandAdministrative Staff – 2800 Employees
Aalto UniversirtyAdministrative Staff – 4424 Employees

 

4) Norway

According to the 2015 OECD report, Denmark is one of 8 countries with free college university systems

Most Popular Universities In Norway

University of OsloNumber of Full Time Students – 27,628
University of BergenNumber of Full Time Students – 17,000
Western Norway University of Applied SciencesNumber of Full Time Students – 16,000
University of TromsoNumber of Full Time Students – 9500
University of StavangerNumber of Full Time Students – 9000

 

5) Slovak Republic (Slovakia)

According to the 2015 OECD report, Slovakia is one of 8 countries with free college university systems

Top Colleges In The Capital – Bratislava

University of Economics In BratislavaPopular Study Program – Business Management
University of Technology In BratislavaPopular Study Program – Civil Engineering
Comenius University In BratislavaPopular Study Program – Mathematics and Physics
University of Performing Arts In BratislavaPopular Study Program – Music and Dance
Academy of Fine Arts and Design In BratislavaPopular Study Program – Architecture

 

6) Slovenia

According to the 2015 OECD report, Slovenia is one of 8 countries with free college university systems

Top College In Slovenia

University of LjubljanaEstablished in 1919

7) Turkey

According to the 2015 OECD report, Turkey is one of 8 countries with free college university systems

Turkey has over 178 different universities to choose coursework from :

Here Are 3 Of The Oldest Universities

Ankara UniversityEstablished – 1946
Istanbul UniversitiesEstablished – 1933
Istanbul Technical UniversityEstablished – 1944

 

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