There are over 2,500 universities across Europe to choose from. Many students stay local for their higher education due to the lower tuition fees and less rigorous admissions processes compared to their UK and US counterparts.
Although these factors may not elude to quality, in fact five of the world’s top 50 universities are located in continental Europe, including; ETH Zurich, University of Copenhagen and EPFL.
In these workshops, we will introduce you to the opportunities on offer in Europe and how you can boost your chances of admission.
|Europe 1||Europe 2||Europe 3|
|The European Jungle; an intro to the university landscape||How to choose a “best-fit” university; the factors to consider||Reasons to choose Europe as a study destination|
|The harmonisation of curricula across Europe, with the contribution of 87 European universities||University world rankings||The unique opportunities that Europe offers|
|Activity 1||Subject-specific rankings||EU vs non-EU student: what’s the difference?|
|Comparing the different types of European universities||A caution about rankings|
|Activity 2||How to prepare an application|
|Key countries overview|
On the other side of the world lies some brilliant university options in Australia and New Zealand. Not only are they beautiful, culturally-rich countries they are also home to 4 of the top 50 universities in the world.
Many global companies – whether it’s banking, consulting, or technology – have a strong presence in Australia’s capital cities, so students have good access to internships and work experience programs.
In these workshops, we will introduce you to the opportunities on offer in Australasia and why it makes such a compelling option.
|Features and benefits of the Australasian university system|
|Australasia as a university destination; what options are on offer|
|Reasons for choosing to study in Australasia|
|Key countries overview; Australia and New Zealand|