Studying in Europe has got many perks. Besides getting one of the world’s best quality education, you will also get to experience jaw dropping sceneries, grand history, fascinating languages and mouth-watering cuisines just to name a few. The quality of life and the quality of education together form an alluring combination for the students. With hundred’s and thousand’s of world class universities/colleges/schools, Europe gives excellent opportunities to the students to start and achieve their dreams.
The educational structure of Europe is up there with the best. There are more than 4000 universities of the highest level all across Europe which provides ample amount of opportunities to the international student to choose from. In 2014, top 10 institutions in the world included from Denmark, Finland, Switzerland, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. The employers seek students with international experience and skills, and by studying in Europe, you will meet all their required criteria to land a job of your dream. In simpler terms, you can build your dream career by starting from here.
If you are more of a creative person, then Europe is the best place for you to grow and meet new people of your field of interest. Whenever we think of technologies and innovation, then the first few names on our minds are of Japan and America. You will, however, be surprised to know about the contribution of Europeans in the latest technologies development that reshaped the entire world and benefitted the mankind in a greater way possible. Technologies like Skype, Spotify, Candy Crush, Minecraft and Angry Birds are some of the examples of European technology. Scandinavian countries like Sweden and Finland are the home of innovations of Europe.
As there are thousands of universities scattered throughout the Europe, the continent provides students with wide range of options and subjects to choose from. The students can choose the course that suits best their interest and needs. This helps the student to continue their higher studies with passion and they can also interchange if they ever felt the need to. With the institutions covering the whole of Europe, the international students get the invaluable chance to learn different experiences which would help them grow personally and professionally as well.
Europe is made up of approx 50 countries, which make it one of the diversely cultural places in the world. Students from all across the globe come here to study and grow further in their career. The best thing about traveling to different places in fact countries in Europe is that you don’t necessarily have to catch a flight. All of the Europe is very well connected by the train system. American students often come to Europe for a year of study or for some vocational courses during summers, and to understand how different Europeans empires ruled on the world for so long. In addition, you can meet people from all over the place and get to experience different cultures and heritages.
Since Europe is made up of different countries, it’s natural to expect different fee structure for different universities of different countries. Some of the universities can cost thousands of Euros, while some can give you full scholarships. But most of the courses are set in between several hundred to several thousand Euros. Hence, before picking up any college or course, it’s advised to access all the options very carefully and then select the one that suits best to your needs and budget. The difference in cost of institutions does not mean a lower quality of education but it is simply due to the fact that different countries have different fee structure for international students.
European people are very friendly in nature and they welcome strangers with open arms. Students from all around the world come here to study so you will not feel odd at such a beautiful place. Not only students but staff members of universities also help new students to mix with other students by arranging social activities. You will feel comfortable and at home even in alien surroundings.