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Why you should study in Europe?

Did you know that over 1.8 million students from around the world came to Europe for their higher education and the numbers are growing every year. Offering 1,00,000 programs in all levels with a common education framework in the world-class universities, research centers and higher education institutions, Europe is the best place to be.

There are several good reasons to study in Europe as below:

1. The higher education systems are in the same academic framework

ECTS reforms, the national higher education systems of all European countries have been aligned. That means that any Bachelor or Master in Europe follows the same general academic framework. So, if you obtain your Master’s degree in Sweden or in Bosnia & Herzegovina, it will be equivalent to a Master’s degree from Germany, Lithuania or the United Kingdom.

2. Study in Europe: the boost for your career

International experience has become more and more important in recent years. By studying abroad in Europe, you set the course for your career success. Many European countries also make an effort to convince foreign graduates to stay after university. That means if you decide to study in Europe, the chances are good that you will get a job offer and can stay for the longer term.

3. Europe offers world-class education and research>

Many of the world’s best universities are located in Europe. Cross-border cooperations within Europe have shaped a strong international academic community that conducts cutting-edge research.

4. A wide range of education options

There are thousands of universities in Europe, offering tens of thousands of study programmes in English. There is something for everybody.

5. Tuition fees are low

Compared to countries like the US, Canada or Australia, the tuition fees at most public universities in Europe are 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.

6. It’s 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.

If you are a non-European citizen studying within the European Higher education Area-EHEA in the Euro zone then you can easily visit other countries of the EHEA states with a Euro Student pass having a Temporary residence card-TRC.
7. You can study in English

Not only are there several thousand Bachelors and Masters in English that you can choose from. In most European countries, the proficiency in English is generally very high.

8. Cultural experience: Have a unique adventure

Studying in Europe is not just about lectures and libraries, it is also a once-in-a-lifetime chance to discover new countries… and to discover yourself too! From the snowy north to the sun-soaked south, across Europe you will find breath-takingly beautiful landscapes, buzzing cities and vibrant cultures waiting for you.

9. Support and friendship: Feel at home

Europe is a welcoming, friendly place for students from all around the world. Europe’s universities and colleges offer support and social activities to help you feel at home and happy. Europe is also a great place to live