Europe

Germany

Most of the German universities are public institutions, charging fees of only around €60-200 per semester for each student, usually to cover expenses associated with the university cafeterias and (usually mandatory) public transport tickets.Thus, academic education is open to most citizens and studying is very common in Germany. The dual education system combines both practical and theoretical education but does not lead to academic degrees.

France

Institutions and universities in France stand out for having small classes, allowing instructors to give you a lot of extra time and attention. Moreover, several universities are specialised and designed to teach within a specific subject area. So, in a major city, like Paris, students will find lots of universities and grandes écoles that are either focused on research or job training

Switzerland

Currently the number of international students at the Swiss universities rate from 18 to 33% though some University School enrollment requirements are quite stringent. So, the School of Medicine is sought-after by lots of applicants and thus, international students are enrolled after all the others though Pharmacy and some more areas set a fix number of seats for international students.

Ireland

A friendly, safe country
And it is not just us saying it! Ireland was voted by Lonely Planet as the world’s friendliest country in 2008 and 2010 and was ranked 12th in the 2013 Global Peace Index. Our hospitable nature coupled with an unrivalled sense of fun ensures living in Ireland is an unforgettable experience.

Spain

At Spanish universities, you’ll experience a friendly and laid-back atmosphere full of international students coming from all over the world. Although lectures are pretty formal, seminars and lab work are more relaxed, allowing students to freely discuss with professors and ask them questions regarding their course materials

Georgia

Georgia is located at the crossroads of Western Asia and Eastern Europe. Georgia is a good study option for students who are interested in a rich cultural experience and the adventure of exploring an interesting nation that continues to balance its relations between Russia and the EU.

Italy

Italy is home to the oldest university in the world, University of Bologna; and, since its inception, the educational system never stopped growing and improving.With student discounts, thousands of Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees, and a beautiful and diverse country, there’s no wonder students pick Italy as their international destination.

Poland

Since Poland adopts Bologna Process reforms, Higher Education Institutions in Poland comply with European trends related to Bologna Process of Harmonization. Due to that, such institutions adopt a three-cycle system for the the higher education sector.