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Study in Europe

New Zealand is one of the word’s best places to live and study. It is well-known for internationally-renowned education system and unbeatable lifestyle. Safe and welcoming, New Zealand is ranked the second most peaceful nation on the earth. The UK offers a world-renowned education system with qualifications that can make a real difference to your future. It attracts over 6,00,000 international students each year to a variety of programmes, ranging from English language courses to PhDs. The UK education system gives students the freedom to combine courses and subjects from different areas of studies, so you can tailor your degree to your own needs and interest.

There are hundreds of universities in Germany that have free or very low-fee tuition programs available for international students. Whether you want to study Engineering, Medicine, Architecture, or Business, Germany is the place to be. Combining high quality education with a unique cultural experience living in Germany is the main reason why young people from all around the world come to Germany.

If you want to study in a country that is diverse and has an excellent academic reputation, France is the country for you. It is one of the most popular study destinations, making it perfect for international students. There are currently more than 2,50,000 international students in France. In fact, around 10% of enrolments at French universities are international students, and many of these study at graduate level (masters and doctoral studies). The country offers an excellent environment for all international students. It has fantastic quality of education, lectures and research opportunities.

With four official languages, Switzerland is a true European melting pot, and consistently ranks among the world’s leaders on measures of quality of life. As well as having a strong presence in the international ranking tables, universities in Switzerland are also very international in terms of their student and academic communities. Four of the eight ranked Swiss universities make the world’s top 100 for their percentage of international students, and the country also performs well when comparing the percentage of international academic staff members to universities in other countries.