Europe is well recognized for its beautiful landscapes and unique culture. This sumptuous continent is home for many well-developed countries which contributed in many inventions, discoveries, and researches in the fields of science, technology, and innovation.

Many notable scientists of the world have led their teams in Europe to many important inventions of modern science. Europe has always been the land of beautiful architecture, innovation, research, quality of living, affordable and quality education.

Choosing to study in any of the following countries in Europe will help you secure a job and settle in Europe.

Being a world leader in technology and innovation, Germany has many universities contributing world-class leaders.

Germany’s contribution is vast in the fields of engineering, technology, science, and manufacturing.

Germany has produced Nobel laureates whose inventions played a vital role in the evolution of modern science.

  • Germany is known for its innovation in automotive, design, chemical, and manufacturing industries. Well established companies like Volkswagen, Bosh, Siemens, BMW, Allianz, Daimler AG are a few examples.
  • Germany has hundreds of universities that provide free or low tuition fee programs for international students.
  • Though German is the official language of the country, many of the courses are taught in English.
  • As an international student, you can work part-time.
  • An international student is eligible to extend their stay for 18 months with a Residence Permit and secure a job.
  • Germany is one of the world’s most economically developed countries with an advanced technology-driven society.

The first modern university of Europe was established in Italy in 1088. Italy takes pride in hosting 52 top-ranked universities according to the QS world rankings.

Italy stands a one of the most industrialized countries in the world, which leads it to play an important role at the international level, which further influences both continental and global economies. Italy is famous for design, architecture, fashion, applied sciences, culinary, and arts. However, it also has distinguished achievements in science and technology.

  • Italy has been the choice for many international students for its quality of education and affordability.
  • Maria Montessori, Physician and the founder of the Montessori Method of teaching, which was adopted all over the world, was an Italian.
  • Italian universities are well financed and provide excellent higher education at an affordable cost compared to other parts of Western Europe.
  • Along with the universities offering the scholarships, there are several government schemes too.
  • A few scholarships cover living costs as well.
  • Student visa processing time for an international student will be around 90 days.
  • We suggest starting your process 8-12 months before the intake.

Poland enjoys the benefits of existing geographically in the centre of Europe. The climate is favourable with warm summers and comparatively not so cold winters. Sharing the borders with the Czech Republic, Germany, Slovakia, Ukraine, Belarus, Lithuania, and Russia, Poland has attracted investments from foreign companies and saw tremendous growth in trade and transport.

  • Poland has gained popularity among the international students with 400 universities with more than 800 courses taught in English
  • Poland ranks among the fastest growing markets of aviation in Europe.
  • Aviation, Engineering, technology, management, and economics are the most popular subjects chosen by international students.
  • Poland provides the most affordable and accessible education with low tuition fee.
  • Poland welcomes about 1.5 Million international students every year.
  • Different scholarship schemes matching the various requirements of international students.
  • International students have the right to work while studying.
  • After your studies, you can easily convert your visa status to stay permit and look for a job.
  • With its beautiful landscapes, architecture, history, art, and most importantly having a moderate climate, Poland is a preferred destination for international students.

The Netherlands, also most commonly addressed as Holland, has the highest number of courses taught in English in entire Europe. In spite of Dutch being the official language, more than 90% of the population speaks English.

The fact that Holland welcomes International students from over 160 countries displays its quality in education, its diverse and inclusive culture.

  • Holland is the 18th largest economy in the world.
  • Some of the biggest multi-national companies, like Philips, Heineken, KLM, Shell, ING, and Unilever, were born here.
  • It is one of the very few countries which encourage entrepreneurship and help international students to start a business within three years of graduation.

The Netherlands is famous for its technical, scientific and engineering courses.

Student life in France opens up immense opportunities to learn its culture and enjoy the French way of life while pursuing world-class education.

Its affordable and relatively low tuition fee overrides the widespread misconception that France is expensive.

We recommend you to learn French, even if the course is being taught in English. This can ease your living in the country and add value to your profile as French is widely spoken in 30 other countries, and about 270 Million people speak French all over the world.

  • It is relatively easy to start working after your studies in France compared to its other European counterparts.
  • International students are permitted with a two years of post-study work visa, which helps look for an employment or settle.
  • Fashion, Art, Design, Culinary, Business Administration, Technology, Engineering, Finance, Tourism are popular industries in France
  • France is one of the most popular destinations for international students due to its inclusive culture.
  • It is third in order after the U.S. and U.K. to attract international students for higher education.
  • The French economy is the fifth largest in the world with the eminent French companies like AXA, Total S.A, BNP Paribas, Carrefour, and CréditAgricole.

Switzerland is more than chocolates, cheese, and beautiful mountains. It has set standards for education especially for Hospitality, MBA & PhD programmes Switzerland is the business hub for Europe. Many students not only dream of studying there, but also consider pursuing a career in Switzerland after completion of their courses. Swiss has positioned itself as the most imaginative and focussed economies of the world.

  • Switzerland is rapidly moving towards block chain and crypto currency R&D as well as digital financial technology (fintech) innovations.
  • About 11,524 multi-national companies have established its base in Switzerland.
  • After graduation, international students can obtain a residency permit for six months to look for a job in Switzerland that is consistent with their qualification.
  • Its list of museums, research labs, distinguished awards, and many other world records speak of its world-class education.

Cyprus has international students coming from more than 60 countries .Cyprus maintains the English feel being a former British colony, with all its universities offering courses in English. Cyprus attracts around 10,000 international students, with institutions charging fairly modest tuition fees. The climate in Cyprus is very favourable and generally ranges from winter lows of 17°C to warm highs of 31°C in the summer

  • Cyprus has a policy to spend more than 7% of its GDP on education explains its affordable tuition fee system for international students.
  • Being a tourist destination with technology building up it has its proficiency in offering courses in IT, Hospitality, Business, Management and Tourism
  • Cyprus could waive off English proficiency test scores like IELTS or TOEFL.
  • International students are allowed to work part-time while studying.

Estonia, Europe’s start-up hot-spot, is a technology driven and is one of the safest countries in the world. The world famous video calling platform, Skype was born here!

Estonia is a student paradise because

  • Estonia is the world’s first complete digital country.
  • Unlimited free Wi-Fi almost everywhere in the country.
  • Two major cities of Estonia are in the list of 9 cheapest cities in Europe.
  • Tallinn-the capital supports all its students with unlimited free transportation in the city.
  • Multi-national companies as well provide scholarship programs apart from universities and government.
  • International students are free to work while studying in Estonia.
  • An international student will be on temporary resident permit while studying which will be extended for about nine months after completing your studies to secure a job in the country.

With 44% of the country covered with forests and free-flowing rivers, Latvia is one of the most picturesque countries. It has 6 state universities, 11 state higher education institutions, 17 state colleges, and 11 private higher education institutions and 8 private colleges in the country providing top-notch courses that it is one of the preferred destinations to study among international students.

A fascinating fact is that one per cent of PhD holders are of 25 – 32 years of age and 60% of all PhD graduates are women in 2015.

  • English is widely accepted and the most common foreign language in Latvia
  • Tuition fee costs are comparatively lower than the western countries for producing extremely exceptional graduates.
  • Informational Technology, Computer Sciences, Mechanical engineering, Business management courses are popular courses among international students.
  • Its undergraduate and graduate degrees are recognized globally.
  • Course-related internships may be provided by universities for many courses.

Malta welcomes students from 90 different countries. Its higher education system is one of the top rated.

International students feel more comfortable with English being the official language of the country besides their own language Maltese. Most of the courses in universities are taught in English.

Malta is one of the safest places and said to be the Mecca for outdoor activities. Weather is compassionate for nearly 300 days of the year and hence the outdoor activities.

Malta was also under the British rule until a few years back which explains its influence over the Maltese education standards and operations.

There are also a few universities in Malta associated with British which offer a dual degree.