Study in Europe (EU)

Know About Study in Europe, Cost of Education, Living Cost, Eligibility, Visa Process, Application Process, Job Opportunities, Part Time Jobs, Bologna Process, Erasmus Mundus Process, Schengen States and Many other Important Information.

Cost of Living: Few countries like Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Czech Republic, Portugal, Cyprus has low cost of living (15,000 Rupees to 25,000 Rupees), Few countries like Germany, Ireland, France, Poland, Sweden, Denmark, Italy have higher cost of living (approx 40,000 Rupees to 50,000 Rupees Per Month)

Cost of Education: Few countries like Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Czech Republic, Portugal, Cyprus has low cost of education (1500 USD to 4,000 USD Per Year), Few countries like Germany, Ireland, France, Poland, Sweden, Denmark, Italy have higher cost of living (approx 5,000 USD to 10,000 USD Per Year)

Scholarships: Many universities has up to 100% Scholarship, some of the countries has specific scholarship based on particular course and profile of candidate.

Part Time Jobs & Job Opportunities: EU has as advantage of part time jobs while study, students can work 20 hours a week and can earn decent amount to support their living cost and other expenses. Students in EU also gets advantage of schengen states, where they can explore opportunities in 26 Countries for Full Time/Part Time Job.

Courses: Many UG & PG courses available, based on student’s profile, interest and budget they can opt for Management, Technical and Other Courses. More details about courses will be updated soon…

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Know About EU (European Union) Member Countries

The EU was not always as big as it is today. When European countries started to cooperate economically in 1951, only Belgium, Germany, France, Italy, Luxembourg and the Netherlands participated.

Over time, more and more countries decided to join. The union reached its current size of 28 member countries with the accession of Croatia on 1 July 2013.

Advantages: Students can opt for these countries based on their budget and academics. These countries have high standards of living, education and high human development Index. There are few countries where living cost and cost of education is also low but quality of education is very good.

Acceptability of Degree: Degree you gain in EU member countries is acceptable and considered in entire Europe. You get an opportunity to work in many countries based on the degree earned in EU countries.

Brief details about EU Member Countries

Austria

EU member country since: 1 January 1995

Capital: Vienna

Geographical size: 83 879 km²

Population: 8 576 261 (2015)

Currency: Euro. Member of the eurozone since 1 January 1999

Belgium

EU member state since: 1 January 1958

Capital: Brussels

Geographical size: 30 528 km 2

Population: 11 258 434 (2015)

Currency: Euro. Member of the eurozone since 1 January 1999

Bulgaria

EU member state since: 1 January 2007

Capital: Sofia

Geographical size: 110 370 km²

Population: 7 202 198 (2015)

Currency: Bulgarian lev BGN

Croatia

EU member country since: 1 July 2013

Capital: Zagreb

Geographical size: 56 594 km 2

Population: 4 225 316 (2015)

Currency: Croatian Kuna HRK

Cyprus

EU member country since: 1 May 2004

Capital: Nicosia

Geographical size: 9 251 km²

Population: 847 008 (2015)

Currency: Euro. Member of the eurozone since 1 January 2008

Czech Republic

EU member country since: 1 May 2004

Capital: Prague

Geographical size: 78 868 km²

Population: 10 538 275 (2015)

Currency: Czech koruna (CZK)

Denmark

EU member state since: 1 January 1973

Capital: Copenhagen

Geographical size: 42 924 km²

Population: 5 659 715 (2015)

Currency: Danish krone DKK

Estonia

EU member country since: 1 May 2004

Capital: Tallinn

Geographical size: 45 227 km 2

Population: 1 313 271 (2015)

Currency: Euro. Member of the eurozone since 1 January 2011

Finland

EU member country since: 1 January 1995

Capital: Helsinki

Geographical size: 338 440 km2

Population: 5 471 753 (2015)

Currency: Euro. Member of the eurozone since 1 January 1999

France

EU member country since: 1 January 1958

Capital: Paris

Geographical size: 633 187 km 2

Population: 66 415 161 (2015)

Currency: Euro. Member of the eurozone since 1 January 1999

Germany

EU member country since: 1 January 1958

Capital: Berlin

Geographical size: 357 376 km 2

Population: 81 197 537  (2015)

Currency: Euro. Member of the eurozone since 1 January 1999

Greece

EU member country since: 1 January 1981

Capital: Athens

Geographical size: 131 957 km²

Population: 10 858 018  (2015)

Currency: Euro. Member of the eurozone since 1 January 2001

Hungary

EU member country since: 1 May 2004

Capital: Budapest

Geographical size: 93 011 km 2

Population: 9 855 571 (2015)

Currency: Hungarian Forint HUF

Ireland

EU member country since 1 January 1973

Capital: Dublin

Geographical size: 69 797 km 2

Population: 4 628 949 (2015)

Currency: Euro. Member of the eurozone since 1 January 1999

Italy

EU member state since: 1 January 1958

Capital: Rome

Geographical size: 302 073 km 2

Population: 60 795 612 (2015)

Currency: Euro. Member of the eurozone since 1 January 1999

Latvia

EU member country since: 1 May 2004

Capital: Riga

Geographical size: 64 573 km 2

Population: 1 986 096 (2015)

Currency: Euro. Member of the eurozone since 1 January 2014

Lithuania

EU member country since: 1 May 2004

Capital: Vilnius

Geographical size: 65 286 km 2

Population: 2 921 262 (2015)

Currency: Euro. Member of the eurozone since 1 January 2015

Luxembourg

EU member country since: 1 January 1958

Capital: Luxembourg

Geographical size: 2 586 km 2

Population: 562 958 (2015)

Currency: Euro. Member of the eurozone since 1 January 1999

Malta

EU member country since: 1 May 2004

Capital: Valletta

Geographical size: 315 km 2

Population: 429 344 (2015)

Currency: Euro. Member of the eurozone since 1 January 2008

The Netherlands

EU member country since: 1 January 1958

Capital: Amsterdam

Geographical size: 41 542 km²

Population: 16 900 726 (2015)

Currency: Euro. Member of the eurozone since 1 January 1999

Poland

EU member country since: 1 May 2004

Capital: Warsaw

Geographical size: 312 679 km 2

Population: 38 005 614 (2015)

Currency: Polish Złoty PLN

Portugal

EU member country since: 1 January 1986

Capital: Lisbon

Geographical size: 92 226 km 2

Population: 10 374 822 (2015)

Currency: Euro. Member of the eurozone since 1 January 1999

Romania

EU member country since: 1 January 2007

Capital: Bucharest

Geographical size: 238 391 km 2

Population: 19 870 647 (2015)

Currency: Romanian Leu RON

Slovakia

EU member country since: 1 May 2004

Capital: Bratislava

Geographical size: 49 035 km 2

Population: 5 421 349 (2015)

Currency: Euro. Member of the eurozone since 1 January 2009

Slovenia

EU member country since: 1 May 2004

Capital: Ljubljana

Geographical size: 20 273 km 2

Population: 2 062 874 (2015)

Currency: Euro. Member of the eurozone since 1 January 2007

Spain

EU member country since: 1 January 1986

Capital: Madrid

Geographical size: 505 944 km 2

Population: 46 449 565 (2015)

Currency: Euro. Member of the eurozone since 1 January 1999

Sweden

EU member country since: 1 January 1995

Capital: Stockholm

Geographical size: 438 574 km 2

Population: 9 747 355 (2015)

Currency: Swedish krona SEK

United Kingdom

EU member country since: 1 January 1973

Capital: London

Geographical size: 248 528 km²

Population: 64 875 165 (2015)

Currency: pound sterling GBP

 

More details about EU Countries and benefits with legal framework will be publishing soon….

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