World’s most least expensive destinations to study. However, you won’t find many Pakistani students in Hungary because of lack of proper knowledge and counseling about study abroad.
According to Daily News Hungary, it was hosting over 28 thousand international students until 2017 mostly from countries like Germany, Romania, Slovakia, Serbia and China. Furthermore, this number is anticipated to escalate more quickly in coming years.
Compared to the rest of Western Europe, tuition fees in Hungary are very affordable. Tuition fees vary depending on school and program. Often medicine and dentistry are among the more expensive options with tuition fees around €20,000 while other less specialized programs can be as low as €4,500.
In addition to paying tuition fees, students at Hungarian universities are also required to pay an application fee, exam fee and registration fee, each between €100 and €150.