Europe Immigration

Europe has been a land of many of the world's most prestigious and old universities, with a long history of outstanding education– and many of the most exciting and attractive student cities. These countries have well established educational systems, giving students access to the European job market. It is the ideal destination for young students who want to establish themselves abroad.

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Top Universities to Study in Europe

We have not covered universities in the UK. We have covered them separately under the UK study section.

Cost of Studying in Europe

The cost of studying in European universities varies depending on the course, country, and the university chosen by you. For bachelor’s degree, average tuition fee for EU/EEA (European Economic Area) students is 4,500 EUR per year while it is 8,600 EUR per year for students outside EU/EEA. For EU/EEA students who want to pursue a master’s degree, the average tuition fee is 5,100 EUR per year while it is 10,170 EUR per year for students living outside EU /EEA.

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Aspiring students who wish to study in Europe must:

  • Possess a visa application form for selected country
  • Meet age requirements of the country
  • Have a valid passport
  • Valid documentation from a European university
  • Have documents and evidence of adequate finances for your expenses

Meet language requirement, if any

Certain countries in Europe allow students to work for a stipulated number of hours annually. However, this can be part-time work and not full-time. 

While a good entrance test is an essential consideration for getting a scholarship, your score will not get you a scholarship on its own. You need to scour your selected universities’ websites to find out if they offer any scholarships or check government websites in your home country as well as in the country you have chosen for your study. Another option is to search for funding opportunities provided by external organizations related to your field of study.

The candidate’s educational history, financial background, statement of purpose (SOP) submitted, and extra-curricular activity record are analyzed before awarding a scholarship. So, ensure that you meet the criteria to be eligible for a scholarship.

We advise you to start planning for your abroad studies as early as possible. Start planning at least one year to get into the university of your choice. Find universities and courses that match your academic goals and aspirations. Don’t forget to consider factors like location, course duration, tuition costs, accommodation costs, etc. before selecting universities or courses.