The education system in Europe is one of the oldest and most popular education systems in the world. Several destinations in Europe offer a multitude of Bachelor's, Master's, and PhD degrees in a wide variety of fields and programs. A growing number of European higher education institutions offer international study programs with English as the main language of instruction; there are very few programs which do not offer English-Taught Degree Programs.
The Top-ranking universities provide a broad variety of courses and many are taught in English. The European diplomas are recognized around the world. For detailed information on courses and scholarships from thousands of universities in Europe, please reach us.
To study in Europe now has become particularly advantageous, as programs in English are common in the areas of Business, Management, Science, and Engineering. Any international student, who intends to study in Europe, can also pursue study programs in other European languages: German, French, Dutch, Swedish, Finnish, Danish, Norwegian, Greek, Spanish, Italian, or Portuguese; provided that they have sufficient working knowledge of one of those languages.
One salient aspect of the study programs in Europe is the project called Erasmus. Erasmus ("European Community Action Scheme for the Mobility of University Students") is the European Commission's educational program for higher education students, teachers and institutions. Erasmus involves student mobility, teacher mobility, and curriculum development based on co-operation agreements between higher education institutions in different participating countries.
Let's take a closer look at some of the popular study abroad destinations in Europe:
Germany is known as the go-to study abroad destination for master's and doctoral programs. More than 12% of students in German universities are international students.
There are three categories of student visa in Germany:
Permission to work in Germany
In Germany, student work permits are granted for a maximum of three months. However, student working visa is not granted for language course visa.
Netherlands is a popular destination for PhD studies
Types of Visas in Netherlands
Permission to work in Netherlands
A PhD student is treated as an employee of the university, not a 'student'. This is because all kinds of research are deemed to be 'work' by law in Netherlands. Other students have to apply for a work permit in case he/she wants to work. Work should be of an academic persuasion, like lecturing, research, and student internship. On holding a residence visa, one is allowed to work for maximum 10 hours per week or work should be of a seasonal nature. The employer, in this case, must apply for the requisite student visa work permit. The application form for the visa must be duly filled and documents presented at least 3-6 months prior to the departure as the procedure for obtaining student visa is time consuming.
In Belgium, education is compulsory from the age of six to eighteen for Belgians. An estimated 98% of the adult population is literate; and the Programme for International Student Assessment, coordinated by the OECD, currently ranks Belgium's education as 19th in the world, significantly higher than the average.
For a study-related stay in Belgium, you must apply for a Temporary Residence Permit for Study (Autorisation de Séjour Provisoire pour études/Machtiging tot Voorlopig Verblijf voor studies) from the Belgian Embassy.
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