Countries in Europe as Study Destinations:
- Czech Republic
Why study in Europe?
France or Netherlands? Sweden or Italy? The choice is endless – from highly ranked research universities to smaller, specialized European colleges. European courses will open your eyes to new opportunities – and give you an education that employers around the world will really value and respect.
No matter where you choose to study, you’ll only be a short train ride or flight away from other countries and cultures. Studying in Europe allows you to explore the world – while you study and when you finish your Degree in Europe.
Europe has developed a quality assurance scheme, covering all European higher education courses. You’ll find European degrees are great value for money – tuition fees and living expenses are very reasonable, international scholarships are widely available, and education is highly valued in all countries.
How much will a European education cost?
The cost of studying in Europe varies greatly by country and region but a truly world-class education is obtainable without overextending your budget
- Course fees and living expenses are reasonable, but they can vary widely by country and region.
- Typically certain European countries have very low or moderate tuition fees for Non-EU students. Fees may range from as low as 2000 euros per year to 14000 euros per year.
- Living Cost range from 8000 euros to 10000 euros per year.
- Course duration ranges from 3-4 years for undergraduate courses and 1+ years for postgraduate courses
Important information about studying in Europe
Intake dates vary from country to country but most countries have a main intake in September or October (rolling intake for some programs and institutions).
Very few universities also run a January intake.
Preferred English language test is IELTS for universities or colleges with programs taught in English.
TOEFL is also widely accepted.