Why Study in Europe
If you study in Europe, you’ll gain all the skills you need for the global economy. Study and learn with students from all corners of the world, discover a new language, and develop your independence at a university in Europe.
For specific information on Holland please see our Study in the Netherlands directory.
With over 4,000 European universities and colleges to choose from, in over 30 different countries, there will be a European course and degree to suit your needs.
You can learn in English, or immerse yourself fully in a new culture and language. From the Arctic Circle to the coast of Africa, you can explore a truly diverse and multicultural region, with a rich academic history spanning thousands of years.
Why study in Europe?
Paris or Denmark? Turkey or Spain? The choice is endless – from highly ranked research universities to smaller, specialised European colleges. European courses will open your eyes to new opportunities – and give you an education that employers around the world will really value and respect.
No matter where you choose to study, you’ll only be a short train ride or flight away from other countries and cultures. Studying in Europe allows you to explore the world – while you study and when you finish your Degree in Europe.
Europe has developed a quality assurance scheme, covering all European higher education courses. You’ll find European degrees are great value for money – tuition fees and living expenses are very reasonable, international scholarships are widely available, and education is highly valued in all countries.
How much will a European education cost?
The cost of studying in Europe varies greatly by country and region but a truly world-class education is obtainable without overextending your budget
Course fees and living expenses are reasonable, but they can vary widely by country and region – see course profiles for more detailed information*
Course duration ranges from 3-4 years for undergraduate courses and 1+ years for postgraduate courses
*Please note that courses in medicine and some engineering programs may be more expensive than the costs given. See the course descriptions on this site for the most up-to-date course costs.
Important information about studying in Europe
Learn more about intake dates, application deadlines, student visas and English language requirements before applying to a European University or College.
Intake dates vary from country to country but most countries have a main intake in September or October (rolling intake for some programs and institutions) – see course descriptions for more detailed information
Preferred English language test is IELTS for universities or colleges with programs taught in English. TOEFL is also widely accepted.