Posted on August 12 2022
Abstract: The city of Porto in Portugal has been awarded the title of the most affordable city in Europe for students.
Porto city in Portugal has bagged the first position as the most affordable city for students in Europe.
The research was conducted by StudentGoGlobal this year. It took into account 250 cities across the world with respect to their affordability. There has been a a massive increase in number of students want to study abroad.
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Porto is the largest city in Portugal. It is also known for its University of Porto and Polytechnic Institute of Porto. The two institutes attract a significant number of internationals.
According to the research, the 2nd affordable city in Europe for students in Prague the capital of the Czech Republic. It is followed by Madrid in Spain.
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According to the report, the ten cities in Europe have been ranked as the most inexpensive cities for students:
The reports of the survey concluded that 5 out of 10 cities ranked in the list of top 10 cities are in the UK. More and more students are opting to study in UK.
According to the statistics published by DGES or Directorate of Higher Education more than 61,000 students have applied for the first phase of higher education.
Portugal has introduced changes in its policies to ease the process of immigration in the country. The changes were implemented to address the labor shortages in multiple sectors.
The Czech National Agency for International Education and Research declared that the Czech Republic is a popular choice among international students. A huge number of students who opted to study in the Czech Republic find employment and decide to live in the country after they graduate.
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