In which european country offers a degree with no tution fees and is in English?Watch
I plan to study Physics or Economics.
Which Univeristies should I consider?
Im from the UK.
If you manage to get a job 10-15 hours a week and have lived in Denmark for a year (our Master programmes are usually 2 years), then you might be able to get SU - 500 £ a month after taxes from the Danish state, because you're an EU citizen. (Students who have moved out from their parents receive the same amount and students still living at home receive around 300 £ pr month) ..
In Poland education is free until master and for someone from Britain living costs are laughable (my family, 4 people, live a very decent life on like 900 pounds/month in the 2nd biggest city with the best unis haha). We've also got a lot of international students.