How to study in Europe?

Studying in Europe is a wholesome experience. With a variety of courses at your fingertips providing world-class education, being a student in Europe offers you many benefits and a ton of experiences. Schools in Europe run from September to June and have two intakes. The dates of application for EU students are also different from Non-EU students. Non-EU students wishing to study in Europe must be prepared with all documentation and application requirements well in advance.

How expensive is it to study in Europe?

EU students have little to no fee for pursuing their education in Europe. However, for non-EU students, the fee is usually moderate to full. It is also expensive to live in Europe. So, the living factors must be considered before choosing a European University to study.

Can I apply to all countries in Europe together?

Different countries in Europe have different sets of qualification requirements and application procedures. You must first choose the university you intend to get into and follow the application process as required by the country the university is in and also follow the standard EU procedures.

 

How many cycles does Europe have?

Europe has two application cycles. The first cycle is for courses that need 180-240 ECTS and the second cycle is for courses that need 60-120 ECTS.

Spring: From January to April

Spring: From January to April

Summer: From May to August

What is ECTS?

ECT refers to the European Credit Transfer System. The system guides the higher education system in Europe and facilitates most student education programs. In an academic year, a student needs to complete 60 ECTS. A bachelor’s degree in Europe is around 180-240 ECTs, whereas a master’s degree in Europe converts to 60-120 ECTS. PhD degrees in Europe do not have any specified ECTS.