Why study in Europe?
Experience Europe's world-class education system and its expansive offering of bachelor's and master's courses, doctoral study programmes and more.
Explore Europe's diverse languages and cultures in a welcoming, social environment.
Gain international experience, skills and knowledge highly valued by employers. Benefit from excellent future employment and research opportunities in Europe and beyond.
About the Study in Europe project
Study in Europe is a European Union (EU) project, which aims to:
- Showcase what higher education in Europe has to offer to students worldwide
- Provide information about organising and funding study and research periods abroad in Europe
- Help European higher education organisations connect with potential students and partner organisations
Study in Europe provides information about study opportunities in 33 European countries. These countries participate in Erasmus+, the EU's programme supporting students from EU and partner countries across the world to study in Europe.
Where do I begin planning studies in Europe?
Watch our explanatory video below to find out everything Study in Europe has to offer:
Find out more
- Study in Europe - country profiles
Access information about national higher education systems, funding opportunities and visas in European countries covered by the Study in Europe project
- Study in Europe - planning your studies
Discover practical information to help prepare your studies in Europe
Video: © European Union, 2019. Header image: © iStock/CHUYN, 2019.
To celebrate the 2020 European Day of Languages, you are warmly invited to join us for an online conference from 10:00 until 12:00 CEST (Central European Summer Time).
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Tune into the discussion to discover the vision of young people helping to shape the European Education Area!
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24-hour contest brings teams from Europe and beyond to solve educational challenges in the digital age.
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