European countries, and their universities, are of course all very different – in terms of language, lifestyle, living costs and so on. However, European universities are working to standardize degree systems. And for EU students, choosing to study in Europe outside your home country should be relatively straightforward, with tuition fees charged at local rates.
With over 400 Nobel Laureates and about 45% of the patent applications worldwide, Europe is a natural leader in research and education. No matter what you choose to study – science, law, business and economics or humanities – you can pursue this in Europe. There are also opportunities for training that are directly connected to the industry that you intend to pursue a career in.The Top-ranking universities provide a broad variety of courses and many are taught in English. Language classes at all levels are also available.
- Should have a +2 or equivalence graduate.
- Study gap is also acceptable.
- IELTS and TOFEL Optional.