Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) study in Europe

Publication date: 06/05/2021

Want to contribute to the green and digital transitions of society? Consider studying a STEM programme in Europe!

Young woman engineer working on robotics project

By studying a STEM higher education programme in Europe, you can develop skills, such as problem-solving, the ability to work as part of a team, digital literacy, communication, project management and creative thinking. 

Interested in solving complex social, economic, political and environmental problems? 

There is increasing demand for STEM graduates in Europe. 

The recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic and the green and digital transitions have further increased the need for STEM skills in Europe. 

Well-known STEM study programmes 

There are many universities across Europe that offer high-quality education in the fields of STEM. 

Discover a selection of well-known subjects:

Find a STEM programme matching your interests and learning needs using the U-Multirank website co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme.

What is U-Multirank?

U-Multirank is a university ranking system which enables you to compare universities and specific study programmes based on their performance.

It provides recommendations for universities sorted by your preferences, including location, programme of study, strength in research, international focus and student satisfaction, so that you can make an informed decision about the institution of your choice.

U-Multirank does this by combining both institutional rankings and field-based rankings based on specific disciplines.

STEM scholarships in Europe

Consult the country profiles to find out more about the scholarships available in 33 European countries.

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