So I was fucking around with prices and shit, and I realized that, for the price of full admission, lodging, and classes at the University of Illinois ($29,674 (without the cost of books or a laptop))…
- I could fly from Chicago to Tokyo over 25 times (approx. $960-$1,920 per…
If you come to university in norway, and get a cheap room in a collective to live in at 400 dollars per month 50 dollars in food, and another 50 dollars per month to use on non food items, soap, sanitary shit. maybe a pair of new socks every now and then.
With this you would be able to pay for 3 years of schooling, considering everyone not from norway doesnt have to pay anything other then at most a small admitance fee at 100-300 dollars. Anway this still leaves you with 11k to spread out over 36 months, and if you work during the summer and winter, assuming standard pay of lets say 3.5k before taxes, giving you 4 months of work at a total of 14k now you will have to tax on that it still leaves you with 9 240, and thats not even to talk about working during the december holidays where you would get paid the double or so. and if you get a 3-4 hour job 3 times a week otherwise about 360 workhours spread over the 180 school days, weekends not included, nor overtime, and it would give another 7k
and lets say when your done, you get a job after getting your bachlor, or maybe decide to take a master with all that extra money and get a job immidiatly after, if you get a job you will earn about 40k per year before taxes, taxes are 34 last time i checked. Healthcare is basically free you pay like what 10% of the bill, it all depends.
Say you keep staying here, and decide to have a child, and the child is premature, well as long as your giving birth at one of the 7-8 hospitals in the country, erh big ones, that is, the child will survive.