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Spanish universities, along with the study conditions, enjoy global fame for their expertise. While most programs in Spain are offered in Spanish, there is an increasing number of programs offered either in English or in bilingual mode, Spanish and English. This represents a great opportunity for you to adjust to your student life in Spain and earn a degree while learning one of the most important languages in the world.

Most Popular courses in Spain:

  • Law

  • Arts & Humanities

  • Marketing & Finance

  • STEM Degrees

  • Hospitality Management

  • Spanish Language


Universities in Spain

There are more universities/ institutions apart from the above-mentioned. UniNxt Study Overseas will help students to choose the course and the institution according to their requirements and eligibility.


Hungary is an exciting, diverse and safe destination for international students. With great universities, high quality of life and low costs, Hungary has a lot to offer.

Hungarian universities charge tuition fees, but compared to other countries in Europe they are very affordable. Depending on the university and the programme, you can expect to pay around 2,500 to 3,000 euros per year; Engineering programmes can be a bit more expensive at up to around 5,000 euros per year. Studying medicine or dentistry usually incurs tuition fees of around 6,000 to 8,000 euros per year.

At the same time, student life in Hungary is very affordable. Considering accommodation, food, transport and other things, you can get by on less than 600 euros per month in Budapest (the capital), and on less than 500 euros per month in the smaller cities.

Universities in Hungary





There are more universities/ institutions apart from the above-mentioned. UniNxt Study Overseas will help students to choose the course and the institution according to their requirements and eligibility.



With a long tradition in higher education, Poland hosts higher education institutions that date from the 14th century. Regardless you plan to study in Poland a Bachelor's, or Master's, Polish institutions provide international students with a wide range of fields of study. And don't be discouraged by the language. You may also study in Poland in English and other foreign languages.

Not only the high quality of teaching and safety, but also the low cost of living in Poland makes the country quite attractive to European and international students. Student accommodation in Poland is  super student-friendly with prices starting from 70-90 USD per month for a shared room in student dormitories and 120-180 USD for a single room. Each university offers different style dormitories and options.

The cost of living varies depending on the city. In bigger cities like Warsaw or Krakow the monthly cost of renting a flat is higher, reaching up to 400 USD. In smaller student cities like Gdansk, Poznan or Wroclaw the cost is lower.

Tuition fees in Poland are applied for non-European students, but they are very affordable compared to other popular study destinations in Europe. The total cost of a Bachelor’s degree for an international student can reach up to 7,000-8,000 USD and for Master’s up to 9,000 USD.


Italy is also home to some of the best business schools in Europe. Depending on whether you have a semester or a year for a Study Abroad in Italy, you will find different program options, ranging from pastry baking to interior design, international business or language. Whether you are seeking to enroll in a Bachelor's, Master's, or a summer study abroad program in Italy, you will find a wide range of courses that will surely fit your educational needs and personal expectations.

Cultural activities include everything from traditional local festivals to major international sporting events. Italian night life is always lively, especially in cities. In summer, the majority of people head for the sea or countryside. For quality of life, unforgettable, charming Italy provides value for any student.


There is no doubt that Switzerland is one of the most beautiful countries within Europe. Swiss universities are heavily subsidized by the government. That essentially means that tuition fees are slightly lower when compared to other nations. Still, let's keep in mind that the tuition fees associated with private universities will normally be higher than their public counterparts. However, Switzerland is one of the most expensive countries in Europe, with extremely high cost of living; especially when looking at major cities like Geneva or Zurich. So be sure to budget your finances properly.

List of Spanish Universities
List of Hungarian Universities
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