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    Hello, I am an American student with EU citizenship. I need your help with uni suggestions! I absolutely have my heart set on getting my higher education in a European country, but I have no clue where to start looking. If you could list specific names of schools that would fit my list so I can do more research on them I would be really grateful!!!!

    1. Tuition free or bare minimum

    2. Mainly english speaking

    3. Easy to get into, high acceptance rate

    4. Relatively low cost of living, not super expensive

    Thank you so much for your help!
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    you will not get what you want in the uk. most unis charge £9000 per year. There are English speaking unis in Holland which are cheaper. Also cost of living is higher here than USA.
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    Even though you have EU citizenship, unless you have lived in an EU country recently - for reasons other than education - its unlikely you will be regraded as a Home student.
    This means you will pay Overseas fees. Its not the passport that matters - its paying tax in a country that matters.


    In terms of English speaking : all Unis in England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Irish Republic, most Unis in the Netherlands, some Unis in Belgium and Denmark.
 
 
 
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