As university fees continue to skyrocket around the world, it may appear as though high-quality education abroad is unobtainable for many students. Luckily, this is not necessarily true: various countries provide free higher education for their residents.
Becoming eligible for a fully-funded scholarship is one way of studying and working abroad without incurring tuition costs, yet this may prove challenging and require hard work and determination. Luckily, there are other methods of studying and working abroad without incurring such expenses.
Studying and working simultaneously are popular choices among international students, providing an income source to cover your living expenses while building valuable work experience that will look great on any resume. Another alternative would be volunteering through WWOOF (Worldwide Organic Farming Network) or an organization that assists foreign students; volunteering will give you an excellent opportunity to learn the local language, immerse yourself in its culture, develop interpersonal skills and earn some extra cash simultaneously!
Students looking for ways to lower costs during study abroad programs might benefit from finding part-time work at schools or other educational institutions, providing work experience while meeting new people while covering living expenses and offsetting costs associated with study abroad programs.