List of Tuition Free Universities in Europe – Sweden, Norway & Finland

A number of Universities and colleges in Europe offer tuition free universities admission for international students to study in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Germany and Denmark. However, the tuition-free policy has changed in some countries the past few years, which have resulted to the discontinuation of tuition-free Universities in such countries.

For tuition-free education in Sweden, the Swedish Government passed a bill in 2011 to introduce Tuition and admission Fees for non-EU/International Students, to be compensated with a generous number of scholarships based on students need and academic merit.

Below are tuition free universities for Undergraduate Bachelors or Postgraduate Masters Degree.

*** Please Note that the information provided here is subject to change at any time. Universities and Federal Governments may decide to start accepting tuition fees from international students. So you are advice to not hold the information on this page as 100% accurate.***

Tuition Free Universities in Norway

  • Aalesund University College

  • Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences

  • Buskerud University College

  • Bergen University College

  • BI Norwegian Business School

  • Finnmark University College

  • Gjøvik University College

  • Harstad University College

  • Hedmark University College

  • Lillehammer University College

  • MF Norwegian School of Theology

  • Molde University College – Specialized University in Logistics

  • Bergen Academy of Art & Design, Norway

  • Narvik University College

  • Nesna University College

  • NLA University College

  • Nord-Trøndelag University College

  • Norwegian Academy of Music

  • Norwegian School of Economics (Norges Handelshøyskole – NHH)

  • Norwegian School of Sport Sciences

  • Norwegian School of Veterinary Science

  • Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)

  • Oslo School of Architecture and Design

  • Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences

  • Ostfold University College

  • Sámi University College

  • Sør-Trøndelag University College (HiST)

  • Sogn og Fjordane University College

  • Stord/Haugesund University College

  • The University Centre in Svalbard

  • UNIK University Graduate Center

  • University of Agder (UiA)

  • University of Bergen

  • University of Nordland – formally Bodø University College

  • University of Oslo (UiO)

  • University of Stavanger (UiS)

  • University of Tromsø (UiT)

  • Vestfold University College

  • Volda University College

Tuition Free Universities in Sweden (no-longer-applicable for non-EU international students)

For Universities and Colleges in Sweden, tuition fees apply to students who are not citizens of the EU, EEA or Switzerland. The fees apply only to bachelor’s and master’s programs and courses, while PhD programs are tuition-free. Universities set their own fees, and these vary between SEK 80,000–140,000 per academic year for most subjects. The fee for the application to Swedish universities and colleges for fee paying students has been set to SEK 900.

Tuition Free Universities in Finland

University higher education in Finland is funded by the State through the Ministry of Education, and therefore students enrolled in regular degree studies pay no tuition fees.

Bachelor’s and Doctoral level programmes -as well as many Master’s level programmes- do not charge any tuition fees, regardless of your nationality. This also applies to the international degree students and to exchange and visiting students as well. However, some Master’s programmes may charge tuition fees from non-EU/EEA students.

Below are some of the tuition free universities in Finland for international students.

  • Åbo Akademi University

  • University of Helsinki

  • University of Jyväskylä

  • University of Eastern Finland

  • University of Lapland

  • University of Oulu: Students who are not citizens of an EU/EEA member states are liable to pay the tuition fee.

  • University of Tampere

  • University of Turku: Tuition fees are charged from non-EU/EEA citizens (7000 Euro/academic year).

  • University of Vaasa

  • Helsinki University of Technology

  • Lappeenranta University of Technology

  • Tampere University of Technology

  • Hanken Swedish School of Economics and Business Administration

Tuition Free Universities in Germany

German universities have only recently started charging tuition fees for undergraduate study programs. Right now, just 4 out of 16 Federal states - Baden-Wurttemberg, Bavaria, Hamburg, and Lower Saxony- charge tuition fees that are as little as 500 Euros per semester. All other federal states just request a small semester contribution of around 50 Euros with no tuition fees charged.

Tuition fees for Graduate Programs
Tuition fees are generally charged for Master's programs. Here the fees range from 650 Euros to 3,000 Euros per Semester. The estimated cost of studying and living in Germany is much less than

Tuition Free Universities in Denmark

Most colleges in Denmark offer free education (for Citizens, EEU, people with certain visa types etc). Major Universities (which are one of the best in Europe) are University of Copenhagen and University of Kiel. All Danish citizens are also offered tuition aid/scholarships.

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