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"Free" College in Europe Isn't Really Free

Business Insider

European countries also differ substantively from the US in terms of the percentage of college attendees that their debt free models serve.

"Germany has a lower percentage of students go on to college than we have here in the US," Mark Huelsman, a senior policy analyst at think tank Demostold ATTN.

The World Bank reports tertiary school enrollment by country, and the data supports Huelsman's claim. The World Bank defines tertiary school broadly, and includes universities, colleges, technical training institutes, community colleges, nursing schools, and research laboratories.