Imagine attending university and not having to pay tuition fees of any kind. Wouldn’t that be fabulous? Well, this is the case in Germany.
Germany’s higher education institutions have traditionally been free. However, in 2006, Germany decided to start charging tuition fees.
And now, the country has had a change of heart again. Government officials recently announced that tuition for public universities will once again be free – and this law also applies for international students, The Independent reports.