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一直以来澳洲都是中国留学生的首选留学目的国之一。根据2016年至2019年联合国教科文组织的数据显示,澳洲已经击败...

全球十佳留学城市开支对比 How Cheap is it to Study in the World’s 10 Best Student Cities?

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发表时间:2017-07-16 21:15作者:Tracy来源:QS 网址:http://www.topuniversities.com

来源:www.topuniversities.com

The QS BestStudent Cities 2017 results are out now, and Canada’s culturalcapital Montréal is leading the way, demoting last year’s winner Paris tosecond place. But how much does it cost to study in Montréal and the rest ofthe top 10 beststudent cities?


1. Montréal 蒙特利尔

Affordability rank:  39th

Average annual living expenses: CA$14,700 (~US$11,300)according to the Université deMontréal.

Average international tuition fees (atQS-ranked universities): US$12,200 per year

Other things to mention:

If you come from a warmer climate, you’llalso need to take into account the money you’ll spend on warm winter clothing -Montréal gets pretty cold!

Don’t forget to factor in extra costs.Health insurance, for example, will cost around CA$600 (~US$450) a year.

Find out more about the costs of studyingin Canada, plus other practical advice, in our completeguide.


2. Paris 巴黎

Affordability rank:  38th

Average annual living expenses: €12,000(~US$12,800), according to Université Paris-Sorbonne.

Average international tuition fees (atQS-ranked universities): US$2,900 per year

Other things to mention:

Tuition fees are the same in Paris fordomestic and international students.

The highly selective grandesécoles and grands établissements (great schools andestablishments) set their own fees, which are considerably higher than otherinstitutions.

Find out more about the costs of studyingin France, plus other practical advice, in our completeguide.


3. London 伦敦

Affordability rank:  105th

Average annual living expenses: at least£15,180 (~US$18,960)

Average international tuition fees (atQS-ranked universities): US$21,400 per year

Other things to mention:

Tuition fees vary depending on whetheryou’re classed as a home, EU or international student. (Find out more here).

There’s so far been no increase in tuitionfees for EU students following the Brexit vote,and EU students also remain entitled to the same loans and grants. However,this situation may change in the future.

Find out more about the costs of studyingin the UK, plus advice on other topics, in our completeguide.


4. Seoul 首尔

Affordability rank:  74th

Average annual living expenses: US$13,500,according to SeoulNational University (SNU)

Average international tuition fees (atQS-ranked universities): US$6,300

Other things to mention:

There are two semesters in each academicyear in South Korea, and undergraduate programs are typically four years long.

An increasing number of scholarships areavailable – you can browse some examples here.

Find out moreabout studying in South Korea.


5. Melbourne 墨尔本

Affordability rank:  104th

Average annual living expenses: AU$19,830(~US$15,250). You can find a breakdown of weekly costs here.

Average international tuition fees (atQS-ranked universities): US$23,300

Other things to mention:

Your student visa allowsyou to work up to 40 hours a fortnight during term time, but you shouldn’t relyon part-time work to fund living costs.

There are a range of scholarships available,including the merit-based EndeavourScholarships and Fellowships, which are funded by the Australiangovernment.

Find out more about studying in Australiawith our completeguide.


6. Berlin 柏林

Affordability rank:  16th

Average annual living expenses: €9,600(~US$10,240), according to the Hertie Schoolof Governance.

Average international tuition fees (atQS-ranked universities): US$0 (undergraduate)

Other things to mention:

Tuition is free at undergraduate and PhD level,but you may need to pay fees for master’s programs.

A variety of scholarships areavailable, including grants on the Erasmus + program.

Get more information and advice on studyingin Germany with our complete guide.


7. Tokyo 东京

Affordability rank:  78th

Average annual living expenses: US$17,300according to Globis.ac.jp

Average international tuition fees (atQS-ranked universities): US$6,600

Other things to mention:

Tokyo receives a high score forDesirability and is one of the 10 safeststudent cities in the index.

There are a number of scholarshipsavailable at universities in Tokyo, as well as some from the Japanesegovernment – you can browse these here.

Find out more about studying in Japan withour completeguide.

8. Boston 波士顿

Affordability rank:  114th

Average living expenses: US$20,750 pernine-month academic year, according to Boston University (equal to $27,666 per year).

Average international tuition fees (atQS-ranked universities): $46,800

Other things to mention:

MassachusettsInstitute of Technology (MIT) and HarvardUniversity, located near Boston, are both need-blind tointernational students. This means that your financial background is notconsidered when deciding to offer you a place and they pledge to meet yourdemonstrated financial need to enable you to attend.

You can calculate your own costs ofstudying in Boston using the Net PriceCalculator, which also tells you what financial aid you may beeligible for.

Get more guidance on studying in the USwith our completeguide.


9. Munich 慕尼黑

Affordability rank:  23rd

Average annual living expenses: €10,800,according to Speaking Denglish, a student blogger.

Average international tuition fees (atQS-ranked universities): US$0 (Undergraduate)

Other things to mention:

As with Berlin, tuition is free at allpublic universities at undergraduate/PhD level.

Living costs are slightly more expensivethan at Berlin, with private accommodation more expensive than student halls.


10. Vancouver 温哥华

Affordability rank:  51st

Average living expenses: CA$10,050(~US$7,700) for every two semesters (eight months) according toVancouver’s Columbia College, which is equal to CA$15,075 (~US$11,525) peryear.

Average international tuition fees (atQS-ranked universities): US$18,000

Other things to mention:

The University ofBritish Columbia’s Graduate School has a Living Cost Calculator that allows you to get an estimateof your expenses based on your situation (e.g. whether you have children orplan to bring a partner).


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