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Institution fees range at less than 10,000 USD/year. Housing and cost of living is also relatively cheap, especially compared to western countries.
Pay fees in 5-6 installments a year.
For African students who wish to be closer to their families, institutions in Africa would be ideal since it will take just a few hours to go back home.
African economies are advancing at lightning speed. With several startups and tech hubs opening throughout the continent, opportunities for growth are endless.
As much as it's impossible to generalize the climate of an entire continent, Africa's weather can also be relatively accurately categorized by region. North Africa has an arid desert climate, Equatorial West and Central Africa have a monsoon climate, East Africa also has distinct dry and rainy seasons, while Southern Africa is generally more temperate.
The Culture of Africa is varied and manifold, consisting of a mixture of countries with various tribes that each have their own unique characteristic from the continent of Africa. For example, social values, religion, morals, political values, economics and aesthetic values all contribute to African Culture.
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