Costs
In the world of sports, we know that a successful game requires more than just a team. Likewise, the cost of studying in the USA is more than just tuition fees. The total costs also include accommodation, meals, insurance and learning materials/books.
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Average cost per year in any US-College
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Overall costs of a bachelor's degree in the US.

Costs in Comparison

BGSU

In order to study in the USA without a scholarship, you need a lot of money. Tuition, accommodation, food, insurance and learning materials all need to be taken into account when considering the total cost. Using the example of Bowling Green State University in Toledo, Ohio, we will show you how your costs develop in relation to the amount of the scholarship and how these compare to studying in Austria.  

0% Scholarship

As the table clearly shows, financing a degree in the USA without a scholarship is almost unaffordable. With $32,300, you could probably finance your entire course of study in Europe, including a modest lifestyle.

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In the past, many of our scholarship athletes also had the opportunity to claim family allowance in Austria. This means that your parents receive around €2,000 per year, which you can use as pocket money for personal expenses.

100% Scholarship

As you rightly noticed, a 100% scholarship covers all costs for living, studying and sports. This allows you to fully concentrate on your academic and athletic development without having to worry about financial burdens. 

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In the past, many of our scholarship holders also had the opportunity to claim family allowance in Austria. This means that your parents receive around €2,000 or $2,300 per year, which you can use as pocket money for personal expenses.

80% Scholarship

An 80% scholarship, as the name suggests, covers 80% of the costs of living, studying and sports. In this scenario, 20% of the total financial burden would have to be borne by you yourself. The costs including family allowance therefore amount to 4,160 US dollars.

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In the past, many of our scholarship holders also had the opportunity to claim family allowance in Austria. This means that your parents receive around €2,000 or $2,300 per year, which you can use as pocket money for personal expenses.

STudy in Europe

Studying in Austria is generally considered free, but there are still general living costs. When you add these costs to your studies, you get a total of $10,000 that you have to cover yourself.

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