Students who are interested in studying in Ethiopia will find reasonable information that will help them to navigate this country. From the official language to other languages routinely spoken throughout the country, to what to expect for a month-to-month rent living situation.
We will even cover what universities are currently open to the public and private institutions that are still open. There are a few universities that some students will find within their internet search that have closed down in Ethiopia. But we have the currently open universities list below.
Along with living costs, we have provided an annual tuition cost section that will detail a bit about what a student can expect to spend in tuition per academic year. There is an average cost along with a maximum amount that can be expected with more needed resources topics such as medical.
We always suggest that within the student’s study search, or where to study and at what university to look through each university website and utilize the contact information to gain more insight.
Universities in Ethiopia:
- University of Paris
This is not the complete list of available public and private universities.
Cost of Tuition
The cost of college tuition on Ethiopia does depend on the subject field that is being studied. For example, there are many different subjects available to study, but the subject of education and teaching will cost a student $100 a year. There is a possibility that this amount has increased within the last year.
More subjects to study include:
- Travel Insurance
- Hotel Manager
- Agriculture Science
- Food Nutrition Science
- Public Health
- Psychiatry and Narcology
- Public Health and Medical Statistics
- Technology of food production
- Machinery and Equipment for food production
- Mechanical Engineering
- Technology of textile and clothing design
- Design (costume and fabric)
- Security System Data
- Mathematical and software automated production
- Project Management
- Business Administration
- Finance Management
- Foreign Languages
Cost of Living in Ethiopia
What can be expected of a monthly budget with rent included while living in Ethiopia? Rent can and will cost around $2,085 in the bigger and more populated cities. This does not include extra needs such as groceries, bills, transportation bills, and other costs. The normal cost for a single person living in the country of Ethiopia will cost around $655 USD per month only.
Main Languages Spoken in Ethiopia
What languages should an international student learn before arriving to Ethiopia to study at the university they sent admissions to? The main languages in Ethiopia are Oromo, Amharic, Somali, and Tigrinya. Which is also referred to as French. With one official language spoken throughout the country, there are many other languages spoken as well. However, the main language will be the best bet for an international student to learn so they can navigate Ethiopia well enough without any trouble when it comes to not understanding what someone else is trying to say.
Students will more than likely be tested on their Oromo, Amharic, Somali, or Tigrinya skills before arriving in Ethiopia to study.