Study in Europe

Welcome to Study in Europe.  There are more than four thousand higher education institutions in Europe, from top-level research establishments to small, teaching-focused colleges. Europe itself is no less diverse, extending from the Arctic Circle to the coast of Africa, where tiny principalities sit side-by-side with many of the world's leading economies.

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A fascinating destination, but which country should you go to? Which university should you choose? What do you need before you leave? What will happen when you arrive? These are just some of the questions you're probably asking yourself already.

Study in Europe is here to help. We provide up-to-date information on twenty-eight European countries, their universities and what it takes to live and study in them.

Use Study in Europe to find the university that suits you best. A well-informed decision will make your time abroad even more enjoyable.

In 2014, the new Erasmus+ programme replaces the previous Erasmus Mundus and brings all previous actions in the fields of Education, Training, Youth and Sport for the period 2014-2020 under one umbrella. Erasmus+ encourages individual mobility, transnational partnerships and alliances to foster cooperation between organisations and institutions and to stimulate knowledge and innovation in the field of education, training and youth.  In particular key action 1 on degree mobility and joint degrees will be of interest to Australian students.

For more information on Erasmus +, please visit the website at http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/erasmus-plus_en

Australian Education International - The pre-departure information and resources contained here may be used by individual students and staff about to embark on their life changing study abroad experience. http://aei.gov.au

If you cannot find the information you require on this website, please visit http://www.studyineurope.eu/

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Making the EU more attractive for foreign students and researchers

Clearer and more consistent rules for non-EU nationals coming to the EU for studies, scientific research and other exchanges