1. MexicoAccording to Travel + Leisure, Mexico ranks #1 on a list of the cheapest countries where you can study abroad. When it comes to day-to-day expenses, the country is known for its affordability. So even if you choose to attend one of the more expensive universities, you could still save money while exploring colonial churches and Mayan ruins, or any of the 31 UNESCO World Heritage Sites throughout the country.
Universidad Autonoma de Mexico, also known as The National Autonomous University of Mexico, is one of the top ranking universities in the country, and it can appeal to students who are interested in studying art and design. Other top schools include Tecnológico de Monterrey and Instituto Politécnico Nacional (IPN). The main language is Spanish, but you might find some courses in English as well.