The mention of school is a thing that scares both parents and students. The thought of the financial demands for education put at $54,000 (up to undergrad level) is enough to make one consider celibacy. While many people think of school tuition as something that is expensive and unaffordable, in reality, there are actually many ways that going to school can be done without incurring a heavy cost.
In fact, there are several places in the world that will pay students to attend school. Yes — some governments will actually provide young people money to go elementary, middle and high school, as well as college and graduate school. If you want to know where in the world you can get paid to go to school, check out the list of places below:
This Scandinavian country has long been known as one rare part of the world that helps its students financially when it comes to education. In Sweden, one of the Scandinavian countries known for having an excellent education system, the country’s government pays students that go to school about $187 per month. This helps cover costs of food, supplies and more.
In Denmark, the government pays kids to go to college. If students choose not to live with their parents, the country’s government will pay them the equivalent of about $900 per month. Any Danish citizen over the age of 18 is entitled to the funding for up to 6 years of schooling after high school. What do you think about that?