Study in Europe


Since the mid-20th century till date large numbers of people have immigrated from other continents, particularly Africa and Asia resulting Europe to be today’s preeminently the homeland of various European peoples. And talking about their economy status, Europe was the first of the major world regions to develop a modern economy based on commercial agriculture, industrial development, and the provision of specialized services. Therefore Europe’s successful modernization can be traced to the continent’s rich endowment of economic resources. Nevertheless millions of students choose to study abroad in Europe every year. Europe is the right place to be if you want to gain international experience.

Education System

European higher education has been always known for its very diverse national systems. And now, it is also characterized by the Bologna Process; the process that established the European Higher Education Area which is leading to an increase in programmes taught in English, to internationally recognizable higher education structures and to transparent quality assurance measures.
The European Higher Education Area should in fact be identifiable by its transparency, by its comparable degrees organized in a three-cycle structure, by its cooperation in quality assurance and by its mutual recognition of degrees. This in order to allow unhampered mobility to students, graduates and higher education staff.
Below you can find information regarding the most important characteristics, tools and formal agreements that shape European higher education.

  • European degrees and qualifications
  • Quality assurance
  • The European Credit System
  • Diploma Supplement
  • Recognition of foreign diplomas


In Europe students can get various on the basis of Accommodation. And the options include university accommodation, private halls.

University Accommodation or Halls of Residence

For postgraduate students who choose to study overseas is probably to live in the university halls of residence will be the easiest option since they are based near to the university campus, And for students to socialize and meet new students many halls of residences have a student common room.

Private Halls

In Europe there are also private halls of residence available in major cities and towns which has been offering studio flats or twin rooms to share in central locations near to universities. And they include a student common room and all bills are included in the price and it is an easy way to get a room that you will comfortable in.

Why Study in Europe

In recent years, International experience has become very important. Many Companies are likely to hire employees who have left their “comfort zone”. A student can set the course for career success by studying abroad in Europe. And since many European countries makes an effort to convince foreign graduates to stay after university which increases good chances that you will get a job offer and will be able to stay for the longer term

Europe does have many of world’s best universities and Cross-border cooperation within Europe has shaped a strong international academic community that conducts cutting-edge research.

There are thousands of universities in Europe which offers tens of thousands of study programmes in English. One can easily find programmes in any academic discipline according to their interest with excellent academic research programmes and practice-oriented education.

Tuition fees at most of public universities in Europe are very low comparing to countries like the US, Australia or Canada. There aren’t even any tuition fees in some European countries. And if any students want financial support during your studies there are also lots of scholarship opportunities.

Since most European countries have very high proficiency in English Student can choose there several thousand Bachelors and Masters in English.