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Continental Europe is becoming an increasingly popular study destination for students interested in academic excellence and the opportunity to experience the rich European culture (with the benefit of lower cost compared to most US or UK options).
Beyond their amazing locations, in recent years European institutions such as ETH Zurich have also been climbing up the world university rankings.
Don’t speak the language (at least not yet)? That’s not a problem, as there are hundreds of EU undergraduate programs taught in English
Read on to find out more about the EU application process and how working with Crimson can optimise your chances of admission.
Our specialists will help you both wade through the seemingly limitless number of European options and understand how to navigate the diverse university landscape — which is vitally important given application processes can differ from country to country and from university to university.
Our EU experts will:
To learn more, download our free eBook on Studying At World Leading European Universities by clicking on the link below.
Your high school grades/proof of graduation are/is the one application component required by all EU universities, but some do have additional academic requirements such as entrance exams or standardised test submission (eg: SAT or ACT). Covering all bases our EU program offers expert tutoring in: + High school subjects across multiple curricula including IB. + IGCSE/A-Levels and AP curricula via our online high school, Crimson Global Academy + SAT and ACT test prep + Specific European university aptitude test prep eg: the IMAT for medicine programs in Italy
Your extracurricular and leadership (ECL) mentor will help you build your CV or “portfolio of achievements” which is required by many EU universities.
This includes practical support in building on existing extracurriculars and creating new projects related to your intended area of study. Our support includes:
Your EU essay mentors will work with you to build a motivational letter (the EU version of the personal statement) focusing on your academic passions and personal motivations. Our experts will help you brainstorm, build, edit and refine a motivational letter that both explores your past experiences and your future ambitions, encapsulating why your chosen university/course of study will best serve those plans. Interested in learning more about how the EU application process compares to those in the US and UK? Download our free US v UK v EU booklet to learn how the three compare.
While not all EU universities require an interview, some institutions and courses require students to undertake 1 or even 2 interviews as part of the application process.
Our specialists are not only aware of which universities/courses require this additional step, but also how these interviews are conducted. Your interview specialists will help you:
While not all EU universities ask for teacher recommendations - some ask for 1, 2 or more. Our experts will know which universities and courses require these letters and will help your teachers draft the recommendations in the desired format. These letters should: