The EU considers the continuous advancement of education and training to be of profound importance. Widespread access to quality education and training is a driver of economic growth, social cohesion, research, and innovation - and dramatically increases citizens' prospects for personal development.

Why Study in Europe

Explore Europe's world-class education system, which includes a diverse range of bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degree programs. In a friendly, social setting, learn about Europe's many languages and cultures.

Employers highly respect foreign experience, abilities, and knowledge. Take advantage of fantastic future job and research prospects in Europe and beyond.

Even if you're coming from another country, tuition for education in Europe is often very affordable when compared to what you'll pay back home. You can also apply for a variety of scholarships to further reduce the cost.

Language Tests

There are five English language tests accepted for student visa applications in Europe:

  • International English Language Testing System (IELTS)
  • Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) internet-based test (paper-based test is accepted from limited countries)
  • Some countries like Germany require you to be proficient in German as well.


There are various scholarships available for studying in Europe that Indian students can avail. The highly popular scholarships that are funded by the government are the following:

  • Erasmus Mundus Scholarships
  • Surfshark Privacy and Security Scholarship
  • Study a Master's in Europe Scholarship
  • Eiffel Scholarships in France for International Students
  • Foundation Rainbow Bridge MBA Scholarships for African and Asian Women

Generally, the admission session and semester begins in September and January for international students. But some of the universities give the leverage of the ‘’rolling admission’’ procedure, wherein the admission of the International Students are considered around the year.

As general guidelines, if you aspire to study in the EU, here is the timeline that you must follow for successful enrolment:

  • April to June: You must begin with the research for the universities and institutions where you are interested to study. At the same time, you should manage your financial requirements or consider applying for loans or financial assistance to avoid the last-minute hassle.
  • July to August: You should start contacting the universities and institutions to plan and undergo the standardized tests for Language proficiency such as IELTS, TOEFL, etc. At the same time, you must find out the academic requirements that are mandatory for taking admission.
  • August to October: This time around you can fill up the university application form along with the supporting documents. Along with this, you need to pay the application fee as required against the course and program you are planning to undertake in the EU university or institution of your choice.
  • October to January: Now that you are done with the filling up of the application form as prescribed by the university and institution, you may submit the form and wait for the response from the university.
  • March to May: This is the period when you can expect a response from the university and institution where you have submitted the application form. Your application can be accepted or rejected.
  • May to July: When you have received the acceptance letter from the university and institution, the time is right to apply for the visa process. At the same time, assess the expenses that need to be incurred and arrange for the same.
  • July to August: Now is that time when everything is prepared and you will be all set to go to the destination you have been waiting for, that is your dream university or institution in the EU.

European Universities give many opportunities to overseas students in terms of studies and security. So, Let's check out the 10 best universities in the EU,

Humboldt University of Berlin

Humboldt University, founded in Berlin in 1820, has been dubbed the "mother of all contemporary universities" for its goal of providing students with a holistic humanist education. This spread across Europe, and Humboldt University is now not only a historically significant institution but also one of the greatest schools for international students. Berlin is a bustling city with a complicated history that will pique the interest of anyone interested in learning about the history, art, and culture of one of Germany's most contemporary capitals.

The Paris Institute of Creative Arts -

The Paris Institute of Creative Arts is the best place to go if you want to step out of the typical classroom and immerse yourself in a foreign city. This European university emphasizes students' interactions with their surroundings, which means you'll get out of the classroom and explore the city. Please, yes! You'll be able to express your creativity in a variety of ways in Paris, from art to bookmaking and everything in between; the options are nearly unlimited.

University of Copenhagen (UCPH)

In subjects such as theology, anthropology, economics, psychology, medicine, public health, pharmacy, arts, media, sciences, computer science, law, languages, and sociology, UCPH provides a variety of doctoral, master's, and bachelor's degree programs. It has a student population of 38,324 and a workforce of 9,348 people, including 4,856 researchers.

University of Malta

The University of Malta, a publicly funded university with roughly 11,000 students, is the largest university in the island nation. Around 700 of them are from different parts of the world. The university's main campus is located in Msida's harbor region, just west of Valletta, Malta's capital and the 2018 European Capital of Culture.

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