The US, UK, Canada and Australia are four of the most popular countries for students to go to university. They are home to some of the highest-ranked universities in the world and the countries themselves are attractive destinations for students in terms of quality of life and employment prospects.
However, if you are uncertain about which of these four you want to go to, we've put together this handy video guide breaking down the fees, the average rent and the cost of a burger and a beer. In addition to country information, we've also put some specific details about the highest ranked university in each country: California Institute of Technology; the University of Oxford; the University of Toronto; and the University of Melbourne.
Scroll down for more resources to help you choose where to study, from lists of the best universities in each country to information on how to apply.
If this video has inspired you to consider studying abroad then we have a ton of resources and student blogs on THE Student that can guide you through the process.
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