Universities in Europe have long been known for their high academic standards, their cutting-edge research and their value for money. Thirty-one of the world’s top 100 universities, as listed by The Times in its 2012 World University Rankings, are located in Europe, making it the second biggest bloc of universities after the USA.
Over 1.4 million students from around the world came to Europe in 2012 for their higher education… and the numbers are growing every year. With 1000s of world- class universities, research centres and higher education institutions, Europe is the place to be. In all, there are over 4000 Higher Education Institutions in Europe offering a wide range of courses at Bachelor, Masters and Doctorate level.According to student satisfaction survey from Study Portals, Finland take the best places to study in Europe in the academic year 2014.Finland is closely followed by fellow nations Sweden, Denmark, Austria, Poland, the Czech Republic, Norway and many.
Points for study in Europe
1. World-class education
3. No Ielts
4. Low Tuition Fees
WHY WE CHOOSE EUROPE
The immense choice you get in Europe is the biggest advantage. With so many countries and so many universities, it is hardly likely that you will be unable to find one course that suits your career plans. The advantage of countries within a unified European Union is that you could also opt to complete your course in more than one country by taking advantage of exchange programs. Several universities also give you the option (in fact,they encourage you strongly) to go in for industry internships to hone your practical skills along with the theoretical knowledge.
Europe has a long history and culture of educational institutes, and enjoys a rich tradition of campus life. This is the best place to go to if you wish to enjoy sprawling campuses, huge libraries, active teacher-student debates and discussions and the best traditions of academic temper.
The quality of education offered by European universities is the very best in the world, and alumni will enjoy respect across countries and industries.
The fee structure might not be very economical, and many cities in Europe do have a high cost of living. But this higher total cost of an European education is offset by the fact that several governments are stepping in to provide aid to good students. Some universities themselves also provide scholarships. And the tradition of rich families in Europe ensures that some of them who have a soft spot for education do set up trust funds to provide financial aid to meritorious students. So if you look for help you can easily find it