Living Abroad

Nowadays it is very common that students from smaller and less developed European countries leave home to go and establish themselves in bigger countries. Some of the reasons behind this are: a higher quality of life, a wide range of internationally recognized universities, opportunities for further development and the chance to meet new people.

Student need to choose a University and a course that they would like to study but also decide on the country and city where they would prefer to live.

Some can say that different parts of Europe are known for their similarity: ways of life, cheerful polite people and clean old streets. But every city or town has their own traditions and mentality. Students go to study to countries which are totally unfamiliar to them, but in the end receive a whole new life experience. Moving to another country usually requires mental preparation before being separated from home, also the ability to make new acquaintances, be independent and communicate in a foreign language.

Europe is known to treat students very well. Universities are willing to take care of everything students need during the time of admission. They deal with accommodation, medical care, working opportunities etc. This helps students to adapt quicker in the process of getting started with the higher education and getting used to their new home-country.

Why should you choose Europe for higher education?
There are several reasons to choose European education. Firstly, the statistics show that about 90% of students that graduate a university in Europe are employed and highly competitive in the labor market. Secondly, studying in foreign universities provides daily language practice as well as the possibility to learn other languages.

Also, studying abroad can help the student make many new acquaintances from all around the world. Another feature of European education is a large selection of different specialties. Almost all internationally recognized universities have developed different research infrastructures, own modern laboratories and, for example, provide their students with some expensive instruments for their studies.
All these previously mentioned aspects do not only make European education interesting, but also innovative. Well-known employers from all around the world constantly create and improve different practical education programmes. Students are welcome to use the help of their universities when looking for a job both, during and after their studies. This can also be of help for quicker career growth.
The other thing that the universities help their students with is scholarships and financial support. Next to the academic part of education, universities also take care of students providing them with high quality of life in their dorms. Well-equipped sports facilities, numerous clubs, rich cultural life and different ways for entertainment- all this is included in university campuses. An interesting versatile life in the cities of Europe can be a real ‘dream come true’!