Did you know that over 1.4 million students from around the world came to Europe in 2012 for their higher education… and the numbers are growing every year. With 1000s of world-class universities, research centers, and higher education institutions, Europe is the place to be.

World-leading universities, top facilities, inspirational teaching… in Europe, you’re at the center of an international community with a passion for learning. By studying here, you will gain the skills, knowledge, and experience that employers value. With strong international business, creative and research sectors, Europe is a great place to build your career.

Studying in Europe is not just about lectures and libraries, it is also a once-in-a-lifetime chance to discover new countries… and to discover yourself too! From the snowy north to the sun-soaked south, across Europe, you will find breathtakingly beautiful landscapes, buzzing cities and vibrant cultures waiting for you.

There are 24 official languages in the European Union… but did you know that most countries across Europe offer study programmes in English too? You’ll also find programmes taught in other leading global business languages such as Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Arabic and more.


Europe is where some of the world’s greatest cultures and civilizations originated. It is a diverse and interesting place; with many of its mysteries still being discovered by modern-day historians and archeologists.

With a land area of only 4,000,000 square miles, Europe is the second smallest continent in the world, just behind Australia. Despite its relatively small size, Europe is quite populous. It comes right after Asia and Africa in terms of population. It might be the second smallest continent, but Europe is home to the largest country in the world. Russia is so big, in fact, that it takes up forty percent of Europe’s land area.

A number of European countries have weird laws. For example, in Switzerland, it is forbidden to flush the toilet after 10 in the evening. Also, the country forbids mowing the lawn and laundering clothes during Sundays. In France, there’s a law that bans people from naming their pet pigs “Napoleon.” In the United Kingdom, dying in the House of Parliament is illegal. Greece bans all forms of electronic games- not just gambling games- but also harmless ones like online chess, Solitaire, and most mobile games that you play on your phone.



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