#1 Boost your career
Europe is a place where human curiosity exploration is supported by the
of technological and human resources endeavoured. Studying and working here will
open infinite possibilities for talents worldwide who are ambitious to scale their
potentials. Scholars with a global mindset with local knowledge are to be sought by
companies everywhere. By studying in Europe, you set the course for your career's
#2 World-class education and research
Europe is the home of the world's best universities. In the newest The TIMES Higher Education's
World University Rankings 2021 list, out of 1500 best universities globally, over 500 are
located in Europe. The European universities offer standardized, high-quality education, using
state-of-the-art teaching methods and updated curriculum for students to hone their critical
thinking and technical skills. So whether you choose a nearly 600-year old university or a much
younger institution, you will receive a world-class education, where challenging coursework will
put you on the path to excellence.
#3 A various-fields-of-expertise destination
Universities all over Europe offer more than 100,000 study programs to choose from; Ranging from
bachelor's, master's, doctoral to short-term study opportunities. You are free to explore
extensive programs in any academic discipline from Arts to Zoology; choose to study at small,
intimate universities or large global research centers – All according to what you expect to
receive from your higher education experience. With a wide variety of options to choose from,
the possibilities are endless.
#4 Affordable education
Studying in Europe is well-known for being affordable. This belief extends to EU citizens and
prospective students around the world, just like you. Compared to other developed countries,
most public universities tuition fees are much higher for international students than in Europe.
Many European universities do not apply tuition fees even for international students - pursuing
higher education in some universities in Europe is free of charge! On top of that, there are
also many scholarship opportunities and financial support to support your education.
#5 A happy place
The quality of life and overall happiness are factors you should consider when deciding on a
study destination. According to the United Nations Agency World Happiness Report, seven out of
the world's ten happiest countries are located in Europe. The countries are (#1) Finland, (#2)
Norway, (#3) Denmark, (#4) Iceland, (#5) Switzerland, (#6) Netherlands, (#9) Sweden. Aren't you
fascinated to live in one of those countries and become one of its happy citizens too?
#6 Rich of cultures
The European Union is home to 24 official languages with countless dialects. As you discover
these languages while you pursue your degree, you will also immerse in the local culture as a
way to assimilate yourself in your new "home." It will always be an added bonus to speak another
language as it will show that you are a person of culture and an intellectual, on paper and in
#7 Experience Europe by traveling
Thanks to the student visa, you can travel all across all EU Member States and experience its
multi-cultural cities without the hassle of applying for visas. Not only is it relatively cheap
to travel by train, bus, or car for students, European countries are also comparatively close to
one another, which will save you time as you travel from country to country. You can make the
most out of your holiday. Imagine experiencing a whole new different culture just hours away
from where you live!
#8 Scholarships opportunities
In support of internationalization and global mobilization initiatives, European governments and
universities offer various scholarships to help potential non-EU students study and work in
Europe. As the universities add more English programs, there are more subjects international
students can choose from. Don't miss the opportunity to get all of the scholarship information
directly from the participating countries and universities.