For the longest period of time an education in Europe meant studying in the UK. And though the UK continues to be a strong favourite, stricter visa rules and the decreasing number of employment opportunities are resulting in students considering other choices. And for good reason! European colleges offer great education but they also offer the opportunity to experience cultural diversity. However, language of instruction is often in the local language so we encourage students to take that into consideration when applying. If you don’t know French or German reconsider the application or look for programs in English which are limited. So whether you want to study Hotel Management in Switzerland, Engineering in Germany or POlitical Science at Sciences Po, explore Europe.
At a Glance
- System for Application: Individual Applications
- Duration of Undergraduate Degree: Depends on degree
- Style of Education: Restricts you to classes in your major.
- Cost: Ranges by college and degree
- Additional Notes: Language of instruction is often in the local language so we encourage students to take that into consideration when applying.
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