Study Abroad in Europe
Why Study in Europe?
Europe is rich in innovation. Some the world class companies in technology/design are from Europe. European Universities offer a variety of programs (recognized all over the world). The European Union submits over 44% of the total number of patent applications worldwide. Some countries offer free education! Cheap and tuition-free higher education is offered in Germany, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and Finland. University of Oxford is the oldest university in UK (established in 1096). University of Bologna, Italy is the oldest university in Europe (est. 1088). Sweden, Finland have highest researchers to population ratio.
UK is the most popular destination for international students followed by Germany and France. Around 31% of international students (doing BS/MS/PhD) studying in Europe are from Asia and 13% are from Africa. Lot of students are going to Poland as number of courses taught in English are increasing and low cost is another factor.
What are most popular majors in Europe?
Nursing, Psychology, Law are most popular majors. Moscow State University offers excellent programs in Physics and Material Sciences.
Which countries are top destinations for international students?
Germany, UK, Netherlands, and France are top destinations for international students.
Admission requirements for some universities
- Aalborg University, Denmark require (for MS in CS) IELTS with a score of at least 7 or TOEFL score of 100
- 'EPFL - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology' Lausanne require TOEFL + GRE (not required)
- Delft University of Technology: Computer Engineering: A Grade Point Average (GPA) for the BSc program of at least 75% of the scale maximum.
A Graduate Record Examination (GRE) score of at least 450 verbal/550 analytical/650 quantitative.
Proof of proficiency in the English language: a TOEFL score of 90 on iBT (TOEFL) or an IELTS (academic version) overall Band score of at least 6.0.
- Typical Swedish University requirements..
- Master program: TOEFL at level 550 (213 computer based) or above, IELTS 6.0 or Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency. In addition to these general requirements, the applicant must meet the special requirements that apply to each of the programs.
Tuition & fees in European countries
- Finnish universities have no tuition fees (except Student Union Fees which is like 80 euro/yr) for regular degree students - education is subsidized by the State through the Ministry of Education. This also applies to the international degree students and to exchange and visiting students as well.
- Germany, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark have very low tuition fees (or almost zero), but not all courses are in English. From 2017 Non-EU/EEA students will have to pay tuition fees for studying in Finland (for English courses)
MBA from Europe
Average salary for INSEAD MBA graduate in 2017 was USD 105,000. Average GMAT score for admitted students was 709 (2018 Class). HEC Paris, IESE Spain are some of the top rated management programs in the world. Many students from US get a degree from these management programs to get International Exposure.
Study in European Countries
Find information on Universities, admission procedure, courses, student visa etc for various countries within Europe.
First and foremost, one of the largest requirements to studying in Austria is the ability to comprehend the local language: German. Majority of the courses and instruction provided through universities are offered only in German;
Spain has been listed as the third most popular countries for international studies, with almost a third of those students originating from the United States