USIS.me - The Study Abroad Program Finder

February 2016

  • Choosing a Course

Choosing a Course!

A new feature is coming at USIS.me Facebook page! Come back every day from 1 March, because each day we recommend a program in various fields at different universities. Do not forget to 'Like' our page in order to get information about the new courses!

https://www.facebook.com/studyuniversity.info

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  • pros and cons

Shall I host a house party? Pros and cons

University is not just about your studies but getting to know others. House party is perfect for making new friends. Well, dormitory students maybe can't organise a „conventional” house party, but in a flat or own house it can be soluble. Another question is whether its worth it. Let's see the pros and cons.

 

  • Best place to study

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  • 10 - White_Tower_Bad_Homburg_Germany

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  • 9 - Tallinn - Estonia

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  • 8 - Zagreb - Croatia

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  • 7 - Tbilisi - Georgia

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  • 6 - Istanbul - Turkey

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  • 5 - Rynek_Kościuszki,_Białystok

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  • 4 - Riga - Latvia

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  • 3 - Jelgava - Latvia

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  • 2 - Prague - Czech Republic

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  • 1 - Szeged - Hungary

Best place to study? Here are the suggestions of the USIS team!

Don't forget: money isn't everything. We showed the cheapest and the most expensive cities according to different statistics, but there are things that can not be quantified so easily. These are: quality of student life, nightlife, student satisfaction, reputation, etc.

  • Affordable Cities

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  • 10 - Toulouse - France

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  • 09 - Valencia - Spain

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  • 08 - Mexico City - Mexico

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  • 07 - Vienna - Austria

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  • 06 - Munich - Germany

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  • 05 - Taipei - Taiwan

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  • 04 - Berlin - Germany

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  • 03 - Hsinchu - Taiwan

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  • 02 - Warsaw - Poland

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  • 01 - Kuala Lumpur - Malaysia

The 10 most affordable student cities

If you are planning to apply to a university or college outside your own country, probably you need to take the cost of living into account. Last week we gathered the least affordable cities, now it's time to reveal the most affordable cities where to go to study. About the research methodology: the list is based on general living expenses and tuition fees as publicized by The Guardian.

  • The 10 least affordable cities in the world

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  • Los Angeles (California, USA)

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  • San Diego (California, USA)

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  • London (United Kingdom)

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  • San Francisco (California, USA)

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  • San Jose (California, USA)

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  • Melbourne (Australia)

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  • Auckland (New Zealand)

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  • Vancouver (Canada)

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  • Sydney (Australia)

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  • Hong Kong (Hong Kong)

The 10 least affordable cities in the world

What do you think, which are the top ten cities with the highest cost of living compared to the average income? A recent study has revealed a list of the most expensive cities to live in around the world. If you want to live and study in one of these cities, you will need above-the-average income. Keep in mind that not every country allows you to work with student visa!

 

Check if your dream destination is on the list!

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