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Posted by wakicha
on 13 Nov 2017
I am from Ethiopia. I am considering moving to mozambique for education in Eduardo Mondlane University for three years. Is 450 Euro per month enough for all the expenses to live there?
Anonymous (not verified) on 14 Nov 2017 - 02:17
Hello, 450 is not a lot, however if you spare money by having a cheap commodity, life is not expensive in thailand, transport are the only big cost as food is very cheap, goood luck!
Kyle de Villiers on 2 Mar 2018 - 13:14
Hi Wakicha,

450 Euro/month should be enough. 
Mozambique is considered to have a low living cost

The Expat Arrivals page on living costs in Mozambique should give you some idea.

Note that it'll be too expensive to live on your own and eating out in Mozambique can be pricey, so you'll have to save money where you can.

Which area in Maputo would you like to live in?
Do you have people that you can live with?

-Kyle 

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