Study In Europe
45 percent of all international students are schooling in the European countries. Europe is home to many of the world’s oldest and most prestigious universities – and many of the most exciting and attractive student cities. European countries, and their universities, are of course all very different – in terms of language, lifestyle and living costs
More and more international students from the developing countries are beginning to consider universities in Europe to fulfill their international education needs.
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According to Wikipedia, Europe is a continent located entirely in the Northern Hemisphere and mostly in the Eastern Hemisphere. It comprises the westernmost peninsulas of the continental landmass of Eurasia, and is bordered by the Arctic Ocean to the north, the Atlantic Ocean to the west, the Mediterranean Sea to the south, and Asia to the east. Europe is commonly considered to be separated from Asia by the watershed of the Ural Mountains, the Ural River, the Caspian Sea, the Greater Caucasus, the Black Sea, and the waterways of the Turkish Straits. Although much of this border is over land, Europe is generally accorded the status of a full continent because of its great physical size and the weight of
Why Study In Europe
According to the United Nations, there are 44 countries in Europe as of today. These countries have varied cultures, languages and history which provide international students to choose a destination within Europe that hold a promising future for them. They include Austria Belgium, Russia, Estonia, Norway, Finland, Iceland, and Lithuania among other choice.
One outstanding reason why international students from developing countries come to study in Europe is cheap tuition fee when compare to what U.S. and UK school. Bit requirements for international students in Europe vary from country to country and can be dependent upon where you come from. Here are so many reasons why people prefer to study in Europe
Tuition fees are low
The relative low tuition cost is one factor the influence the decision of most international students to study in Europe. Compared to countries like the US, Canada or Australia, the tuition fees at most public universities in Europe is very low. In some European countries, there aren’t even any tuition fees – studying at university is free of charge! There are also lots of scholarship opportunities and other options for financial support during your studies.
Access to world-class education and research
Many of the world’s best universities are located in Europe. Cross-border co-operations within Europe have shaped a strong international academic community that conducts cutting-edge research.
A wide range of education options
There are thousands of universities in Europe, offering tens of thousands of study programs in English. You can find programs in any academic discipline from Arts to Zoology; small, intimate universities or large international research centers; cutting edge academic research programs or practice-oriented taught education. There is something for everybody.
Easy to travel and discover the whole continent
When you study in Europe, you should use the chance to see more countries than just one. Thanks to a wealth of cheap flight, train and bus connections, and relatively short travel times, that is even possible on a limited student budget and with tight semester schedules.
International students who are non-European citizen studying within the Schengen Area of 26 European states can easily obtain a student visa that allow them to visit other countries of the Schengen Area. This gives international student opportunities to a wide range of place across Europe.
World class educational systems (well-respected and aligned)
The Bologna reform process has help to align the national higher education systems of all European countries. Meaning Bachelor or Master Programs in Europe follows the same general academic framework. So, if you obtain your Master’s degree in Sweden, it will be equivalent to a Master’s degree from Germany, Lithuania or the United Kingdom.
English taught programs
There are several thousand undergraduate and postgraduate programs that are taught in English that international students can choose from. In most European countries, the proficiency in English is generally very high. That means even if you struggle to learn the basics in Polish, Portuguese or Swedish, you can always get by with English in everyday situations.
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