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    Victor Omotosho
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    There is no cap on tuition (propinas) for Portuguese universities and polytechnics, and higher education institutions there autonomously decide how much they wish to charge both domestic and foreign students.

    Average costs of studying at a Public University and Private University in Portugal are; depending on the types of program and years: Higher fees usually apply for non-EU/EEA program students; but some private Portuguese universities offer a discount of up to 100% of the lecture fees depending on a student’s final grades.

    In most public universities, tuition fees vary between: 550 – 1,050 EUR/year for Bachelor’s degrees and 500 – 2,500 EUR/year for Master’s degrees

    Even while private university tuition costs are greater, they are still less expensive than those in the US, UK, or Australia. Some study programs may cost more than 7,000 EUR per year, although keep in mind that expenses may be higher for non-EU/EEA nationals.

    living in Portugal: is easier because it is one of the more affordable countries in Europe. Of course, living costs vary from one region to another, but on average you’ll need between 500 – 800 EUR per month.

    Accommodation for international student in Portugal varies based on house type and location I.e

    halls of residence run between: 150 – 250 EUR/month

    Rent a studio/one-room apartment run between: 200 – 800 EUR/month

    Rent a room in a shared apartment run between: 100 – 550 EUR/month

    An for your monthly food and grocery stuffs, you will spend around 150 – 200 EUR, Supermarkets like Jumbo, Continente/Modelo, Lidl, and Pingo Doce are some of the least expensive ones in Portugal.

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