Funded fees

Yes, I know, you still can’t believe it. We didn’t believe it either…so we did our research.

Luckily it is very true! You can study and have your fees funded or in some cases 100% free. It was always StudyWing´s aim to uncover these opportunities and make education available for all.
At StudyWing we find the best options according to your profile and budget. You can study in the USA and pay for your own tuition, you can study in the UK with 100% subsidized fees or just go for Denmark and don’t pay anything at all!

Contact us to find out more or check below. No more excuses!

Students from the EU can apply for a tuition fee loan for their undergraduate courses. The loan is paid directly to the Institution.
It is recommended that you apply as soon as possible (9 months before the course start date) even if you haven’t chosen your course, to make sure the Institution gets paid by the time you start your course.

Can you qualify?
• your university / college / course
• if you’ve studied a higher education course before – (However, you may still get it if, you change course, leave and decide to start again or when your topping up an existing course)
• your nationality or residency status:

EU national, of family member of one.
Live in the UK / EU in the past three years
Child of a Turkish or Swiss National

You must pay back tuition fee loans but you don’t have to pay back grants or bursaries.
Your repayments are linked to your income. You only make repayments when your income is over £21,000 a year and when you finish or leave your course. Repayments are put on hold if your income drops below £21,000.

If come go back to your home country, you fill in an overseas income assessement so Student finance , if you decide to stay in work in the UK, repayments will be taken from your wage automatically.
You can always check your balance online once you are registered with Student Finance (government body that subsidizes the tuition fee).

Each year you pay back 9% of any income over £21,000. Interest is based on the inflation rate.

Your income per year Monthly repayments
£21,000 and under No repayments
£25,000 £30
£30,000 £67
£40,000 £142
£50,000 £217
£60,000 £292

England has no longer tuition fee loan for these courses. Although there are various Research Councils, scholarships and bursaries that may help towards the costs.

Same rules as in England apply. The difference is that the cost of the tuition and living costs is lower when compared to England. For example, in Scotland tuition fees are £1,820 compared with £9,000 in England.

Scotland is the only one still funding some of their postgraduate and master courses.
Each year the government chooses a list of courses which are available for funding. The value of the subsidy is £3,400.
This value is then deducted from the total value of the course.
Repayments work in the same way as undergraduate courses.

Higher education in Denmark is free for students from the EU/EEA and for students participating in an exchange programme. For other students annual tuition range from 6,000 to 16,000 Euro (we need to contact each institution to find the exact fee).

All other students must pay tuition fees.

Danish higher education institutions receive a limited number of government scholarships each year to fund highly qualified full-degree students from non-EU/EEA countries and Switzerland.

Bursaries available go towards your living costs.

University education is funded by the State through the Ministry of Education. Students enrolled in a regular degree pay no tuition fees regardless of the level of studies and the nationality of the student.
Students just have to think about their books and other materials, plus accommodation and living expenses.

Most Master’s level programmes are free of charge as well, however, a number of them may carry tuition fees for non-EU/EEA students during a five-year trial period 2010–2014. Always check your programme in advance.
Note: Please note that this might change in the future and some universities may decide to still charge tuition fees. You are advised to consult with us for updates and verification.

Norwegian state universities and state university colleges as a rule do not charge tuition fees for international students. However, students will need to pay a semester fee of NOK 300-600 ($50-100) each semester.

This is applicable for all levels, including undergraduate studies, Masters programmes and Ph.D. programmes. Note that some state universities and university colleges may have tuition fees for a few specialized programmes. Typically these programmes are at the Masters level.

Most private institutions have tuition fees for all their programmes and courses. But the fees are usually significantly lower than those of comparable studies in most other countries. Also, foreign students don’t pay higher tuition fees than Norwegian students.

Application and tuition fees apply for students who are not citizens of an EU/EEA/Nordic country or Switzerland. The fees apply only to bachelor’s and master’s programmes and courses, while PhD programmes are tuition-free. Universities set their own tuition fees, and these vary between SEK 80,000–140,000 per academic year for most subjects. However, programmes in the fields of medicine and art have notably higher fees.

Scholarships are also available for studies in Sweden. The Swedish Institute (publisher of administers several of these. More information is available in the section Scholarships. Additionally, Swedish universities themselves also offer scholarships directly to non-EU/EEA students.

Please note that the above fees only apply to citizens of countries outside the EU, EEA and Switzerland, and if these students are not part of a bilateral agreement or exchange between universities.

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