STUDY IN EUROPE
Approximate 1.4 million students from around the world came to Europe in 2012 for their higher education… and the numbers are growing every year. With 1000s of world-class universities, research centres and higher education institutions, Europe is the place to be.
Each country has its own individual higher education system – but all are part of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA).
The EHEA system helps ensure that higher education systems across Europe are compatible – and that students, researchers and academics in Europe can collaborate and study or work abroad more easily.
Why study in Europe:
1. Build Your Career:
Many employers worldwide actively seek or value an international study experience when recruiting. By studying here, you will gain the skills, knowledge and experience that Europe is a great place to build your career.
2. World-Class Education:
World-leading universities, top facilities, inspirational teaching… in Europe, you’re at the centre of an international community with a passion for learning. What makes European universities so strong is the emphasis on creativity, innovation and support – helping you to reach your true potential.
3. Support and Friendship:
Europe is a welcoming, friendly place for students from all around the world. Europe’s universities and colleges offer support and social activities to help you feel at home and happy. Europe is also a great place to live…
4. Scholarships and Costs:
European countries invest in their higher education systems to help make education affordable for students, whilst maintaining high quality standards. Across Europe, tuition fees and living costs compare very well to other study destinations… in fact, in some European countries, study programmes are free of charge! There are lots of scholarships and financial support options available too.
The beauty of Europe is that it offers so much choice. With world-class universities, higher education institutions and research institutes, offering 100,000s of Bachelor’s Degree, Master’s Degree and PhD/Doctoral programmes, plus short term study opportunities, you can choose the experience that suits you.
Learn in English or another leading global business language
There are 24 official languages in the European Union… but did you know that most countries across Europe offer study programmes in English too? You’ll also find programmes taught in other leading global business languages such as Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Arabic and more.
Higher Education system in Europe
- Most full-time Bachelor’s study programmes in Europe last 3 or 4 years (this will be longer if you study part-time)
- To do a Bachelor’s degree, you usually need some school qualifications first – this varies so check the entry requirements for your chosen study programme.
- Bachelor’s degrees are highly regarded by employers. They are a great way to gain vital skills and knowledge to help you develop your career.
- Most study programmes involve lectures and classes, with assessment through essays, exams and coursework. Many also involve a period of time working in industry or working on industry-related projects
- Most full-time Master’s study programmes in Europe last 1 or 2 years (this will be longer if you study part-time)
- To do a Master’s degree, you usually need a Bachelor’s degree or other undergraduate qualification first
- Master’s degrees are highly regarded by employers. They are a great way to gain deeper or additional skills and knowledge to help you develop your career. In particular, they may also help you gain professional status – for example if you wish to become chartered in your profession. Most study programmes involve lectures and classes, with assessment through essays, exams and coursework. Many also involve a period of time working in industry or working on industry-related projects.
- If you prefer, you could opt for a Master’s that focuses on independent research, where you study one subject closely with the guidance of a supervisor, producing a thesis or dissertation.
Schengen Student Visa Process
Counseling session with experts: It lets you know which courses, which European country is suitable for student. How much application fees, tuition fees and other expense required for study visa.
Register with us: After counseling, make a decision to register with us and give consent to start the process.
Apply for an offer letter: with the original scan of documents, offer letter is applied in two or more colleges due to heavy rush.
Apostile, PCC, Medical Examination: After receiving an offer letter, Medical is done from civil hospital. Police clearance appointment is taken for student from Passport office. Documents are apostiled from Patiala house, Delhi.
Pay tuition fees: Tuition fees is paid as demanded by university.
Financial structure: Student needs to proof that their parents have sufficient funds to sponsor their education. One day old fund of 7-8 lakhs are shown.
File Lodgement: Finally after documentation, Student appears in embassy for Interview and file is lodged in Embassy.
Result outcome: Result by Embassy is given within 15-20 days.
List of schengen countries:
Austria, Belgium, CZech, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland.
Study in Cyprus
Cyprus is located in the south of Turkey on an island in the Mediterranean Sea just after Sardinia, it is also close to Sicily. Cyprus is the third largest island in the Mediterranean Sea. Cyprus is geographically located in Asia but it is politically a European country and also a member of the EU. Universities in Cyprus have extremely low and affordable tuition fees. More than 63,000 university students from over 131 different countries are currently enrolled in twelve major universities in Cyprus. If you desire education with nice and conducive environment where you can also meet different people from different culture, then you should consider studying in Cyprus.
Why Study in Europe?
• Cyprus is an English speaking country.
• It is also a big tourist destination, provides the visitors a safe and welcoming environment.
• Tuition fees and living expenses are very less as compared to other European Countries.
• Students can easily earn 500-600 Euros per month in part time work.
• Cyprus is a part of the European Union.
• There are great career options for those doing a course in hotel management, Travel and tourism etc, as they have a chance to get jobs in other European Countries.
• There is no IELTS requirement.
• Students with average scores can get an opportunity to study in the best colleges of Europe.