Money Saving Tip for Your Masters Degree

Have you ever thought about getting your Masters degree for free?

If you have, you have probably started looking at the fees associated with it. A Masters Free Masters Degree degree can be pretty expensive for only two years worth of education. For example, if you want to get a Masters degree at Harvard University, you can expect to pay $40,000 per year for only tuition— this doesn’t include room and board or other fees. Usually it takes 2 years (sometimes more) to complete your Masters degree so you are looking at $80,000 total at the very least. That will be a lot of money, especially if you already have a student loan tab from your undergraduate degree.

To help decrease the costs associated with obtaining a Masters degree, I am going to share with you a money saving tip for your Masters degree.

One money saving tip for people that are thinking about getting a Masters degree is to get the Master’s degree overseas. Usually the Masters degree programs overseas only take 1 year to complete. That means even if the tuition is still the same, you would only have to pay $40,000 versus $80,000 for your Master’s degree in the United States so you already saving 50% of the cost. However, tuition is not the same. In addition to the overseas Masters degrees taking less time to complete, they are also cheaper.

Although going overseas to get a Masters degree will be cheaper and quicker, you might want to check with your potential employers first to make sure that they will accept it.

By: Shanice Miller, founder of DebtFreeCollegeGrad.com

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