Countries that offer free higher education
With rising tuition costs, some states such as Oregon, Washington and California have begun experimenting with how they fund public universities.
Oregon in particular has recently made headlines for a new proposal to wave tuition fees in favor of a 20 year post-graduation payment plan.
They aren't the first to experiment tuition free education, however. Many countries, particularly in Europe, subsidize higher education, allowing them to wave tuition fees.
Here's a list of 10 countries known for offering a free college education.
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