Answers: It depends greatly on where you budge and how you go. Unfortunately, right immediately is not the best of times to study in Europe from the US because of the monetary situation (the dollar is worth substantially less than it be when I studied abroad), but there are plentifully of other places where you can really put together your money stretch far, if you're willing to be instigate to studying in a choice of places.
The experience is absolutely worth it if you can do it. Even if you antipathy it the entire time you're there, the experience of seeing the world and concerned from a different perspective is priceless. Beyond that, more and more employers and grad school are looking at study abroad as a means of access that students are becoming well-rounded and as a sign of their wider world view. And beyond /that/, it's simply /fun/, especially if you are competent to travel a bit.
Although my parents did help me out when I studied out of the country, I will mention that my actual study expenses - not counting what I spent when I traveled during my spring break - were in reality cheaper than what I spent to go to university here in the US. And that included my airfare - and I studied contained by Scotland, where even consequently the pound was worth $1.50 US. The classes be just that much cheaper. The point that's going to be key here is how much you spend presently and where you want to dance. Some schools are cheaper than others. Studying out of the country does not have to be an 'extra expense'.
The classes are going to depend on where on earth you went.
My counsel to you is that it is at the /very least/ worth seriously talking to your study in a foreign country advisor about. Be up front and honest roughly speaking concerns, including monetary, and ask their advice. They'll know what courses, school, etc will best fit you. Odds are good that if you're fear flexible, something will work out for it.
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