Europe is privileged of having many old and best universities across its several countries. The European Higher Education Area (EHEA), is a collaboration formed by all the European Countries to strengthen their quality of higher education. In order to increase the standards of education and employability the EHEA along with the Lisbon Recognition Convention, conducts the Bologna Process, is a progression of pastoral gatherings and understandings between European nations to guarantee equivalence in the principles and nature of higher education capabilities.
All such authorities working towards the development of higher education work with the aim of providing high-quality education within the affordable to their students also the International students. Many of the Eastern European Universities are listed among the top universities under the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020.
Cost of Education in Eastern European Colleges:
The university system in the Eastern European Countries works on public funding, hence the higher education in these countries and their colleges charge less fees which can be affordable to any International Student. There are also few courses that do not have any fee at all and is offered free to the students, and this facility is also available for international students, even they can opt for the free courses.
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Education in Eastern European Colleges:
There are numerous programs and courses offered to international students in the Eastern European colleges, and the important factor is all the courses are completed available in the English language. The number of colleges in Eastern European Colleges is more than 300, offering more than 1500 bachelor’s courses and more than 5000 master’s courses. All these courses are taught completely in English so that it can an easy task for all the international students to understand the course and their subjects well.
There are certain scholarships available for international students through which they can study in any of the European countries. The European Union along with their state governments offers several governments aided scholarships for the students coming from overseas, under this facility the student gets all the required financial help from the government. Also, the free higher education courses come under this scholarships system. Some of the popular Government Scholarships offered by the European Union are British Chevening Scholarships – the UK, DAAD Scholarships with Relevance to Developing Countries – Germany, Holland Scholarships, Swedish Institute Study Scholarships – Sweden, VLIR-UOS Scholarship Awards – Belgium, Eiffel Excellence Scholarship Programme – France, Swiss Government Excellence Scholarships for Foreign Students – Switzerland, Danish Government Scholarships for Non-EU/EEA Students – Denmark, Italian Government Bursaries for Foreign Students – Italy.
Other than these facilities provided for the international, there is also a sign that makes international students choose Eastern European Colleges for their higher education. The students are allowed to do part-time jobs, this can help the students to earn money for a better living in a foreign country, and also students will be exposed to the professional market. This exposure of part-time working can guide the student in developing their skills and shape their personality according to the needs of specific industries. Also, students can meet students from other countries and understand different cultures and diversities.
Courtesy: Higher Education Review
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