Studying at a university abroad has never been more accessible. Universities in Europe now accept EU students under the same conditions just like their home students, hence students have hundreds of universities and thousands of courses to choose from. Undergoing the entire course of studies, either undergraduate or postgraduate, will lead you to being in possession of an internationally recognised and valued diploma, that will open doors on the way to your dream career.
British universities are greatly valued for their quality of education, have an overwhelming range of courses on offer, and the diplomas are internationally recognised both by employers and other higher education institutions. Moreover, England also offers a well-elaborated system of students loans that makes studying at university affordable for anyone.
Dutch universities are regularly ranked among the top universities world-wide. Universities in the Netherlands are divided into two groups; typical research universities and universities of applied sciences, where the curriculum is more focused on practical issues and prepares graduates of bachelor’s studies for an immediate and successful entry in the labour market.
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Denmark, thanks to its well organised sector of higher education, positions itself among the best in this field in Europe; hence getting your higher education in Denmark is an amazing opportunity and a life-long investment. Moreover, there are no tuition fees for EU students!
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The great variety of courses that the foreign universities offer allow you to choose the exact field of study you are truly interested in. Each one of those countries offer a slightly different approach to education, which is, most importantly, very different from the one of Czech universities. They stress the need for meeting individual needs of students and their employability, without emphasising the need for memorising plain theory word by word.
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