It is undeniable that Europe has a rich history with a variety of cultures, each of which is vibrant and enticing in their own unique way. The European countries are famous worldwide for their cultural capitals so resplendent that praises have been sung for them for centuries. Music and the arts are not the only things that flourish in Europe. Europe is also home to philosophers and politicians, economists and scientists.

Benefits of studying in Europe

Europe has a world-wide reputation as a centre of excellence in learning. Year after year, European universities rank prominently among the top 100 in the world with their state-of-the-art facilities and cutting-edge research opportunities.
There are thousands of higher education institutions in Europe to choose from, offering a great variety of degree programs. From leading research universities to small, friendly teaching colleges, you're sure to find what you're looking for.
These high academic standards are achieved without breaking the bank. Tuition fees and daily costs are reasonable, the education sector being a top priority for Europe's competitiveness.
Studying in Europe enables you to travel easily from country to country. For those who need a visa to travel, with the exception of the UK and Norway, a student visa or residence permit of any European countries entitles you to visit other countries that are parts of the Schengen area. The single currency, used in most countries (although not in the UK), makes it even easier for you to travel without concerns over exchange rates.
Employers won't only be impressed by your education; they'll also appreciate the other skills you will have acquired. Your time in Europe will prepare you for the global economy, developing assets such as self-reliance, independence and intercultural and linguistic abilities that will set you apart from the competition.
You can take advantage of the many scholarships that European universities offer.