To study in Europe is a great opportunity for anyone. It is an experience that enriches a person’s life, both on a professional and personal basis. If you have in mind to go abroad for studying, being it in another European country or in any other place in the world, you might want to get prepared and collect the more information possible before applying for a foreign university.
With a multitude of universities, higher education institutions and research institutes, Europe offers thousands of Bachelor’s, Master’s and doctoral degree programmes. You can choose the international study experience that suits you. Plus, there are plenty of opportunities for exchange programmes and short courses, too.
Moreover, most countries across Europe offer educational programmes in English or in other languages in addition to courses in their official language(s).
The European Commission, in partnership with other institutions, has built an online platform that displays all the available opportunities to study abroad. The platform “Study in Europe” is a European Union program that aims at:
Being part of the Erasmus Plus, Study in Europe is open to the countries participating to the programme: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Republic of Cyprus, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Slovenia, The Netherlands, The Republic of North Macedonia and Turkey.
Thanks to it, you can:
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Are you looking for personal advice about European study opportunities and scholarships? Have a read to the brochure of Study in Europe to get useful information.