To study in Africa for less, you can now travel to Casablanca. The Moroccan economic capital is one of the cheapest cities on the continent for international education this year.
This is one of the conclusions of the study conducted by the International School Database, which on December 6 released data showing the most and least expensive student cities, especially in Africa.
According to the results cited by Challenge, Casablanca has made a major economic and strategic shift “from the most expensive city last year to the second cheapest this year, due to a significant drop in the median price. “. Specifically, it ranked as the second cheapest city on the African continent, with an average cost of US $ 4,735 (DH 43,585) per year.
Other cheapest cities in Africa uncovered by the study include Cape Town and Johannesburg in South Africa, which also offer some of the most affordable prices for international tuition fees.
As the most expensive cities in Africa for international education, the International School Database ranked the city of Nairobi at the top of the rankings. Prices for schools in the Kenyan capital range from just over US $ 5,000 (DH 46,024) per year to just under US $ 15,000 (DH 138,073).
The United States, China, Switzerland and the United Kingdom remain the four most expensive countries for international education, according to study data.