Study in Europe

Why study in Europe?

Experience Europe’s world-class education system and its expansive offering of bachelor’s and master’s courses, doctoral study programmes and more.

Explore Europe’s diverse languages and cultures in a welcoming, social environment.

Gain international experience, skills and knowledge highly valued by employers. Benefit from excellent future employment and research opportunities in Europe and beyond.

About the Study in Europe project

Study in Europe is a European Union (EU) project, which aims to:

  • Showcase what higher education in Europe has to offer to students worldwide
  • Provide information about organising and funding study and research periods abroad in Europe
  • Help European higher education organisations connect with potential students and partner organisations

Study in Europe provides information about study opportunities in 34 European countries. These countries participate in Erasmus+, the EU’s programme supporting students from EU and partner countries across the world to study in Europe.

Where do I begin planning studies in Europe?

Watch our explanatory video below to find out everything Study in Europe has to offer:

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  • Study in Europe – country profiles
    Access information about national higher education systems, funding opportunities and visas in European countries covered by the Study in Europe project

Portugal: rural economy qualifications

The Confederation of Portuguese farmers (CAP) carried out a study to identify the necessary key competences and skills for the development of the agricultural sector, and create new, or critically review and update existing, qualifications standards in the national qualifications catalogue (CNQ). In March 2020, a final diagnosis report of the necessary skills and competences for the rural economy […]

Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona opens a call for mobility grants and incorporation of international talent

With the aim of fostering the internationalisation of young PhD graduates, encouraging mobility among lecturers and attracting international talent, the UAB offers three types of grants thanks to the 17.5 million euros provided by the Spanish Ministry for Universities under the requalification of the Spanish university system for the 2021/2023 period. Applications can be sent in […]

Transfer of fatal abuse case in Mallorca to the Netherlands is logical

The case of the fatal abuse of 27-year-old Carlo on Mallorca has been officially transferred to the Dutch Public Prosecution Service (OM) by the Spanish authorities. Pieter Verrest, Professor of Criminal Law at Erasmus School of Law, explains why this is a logical decision in an article of nu.nl. 14 July 2021. In the early […]

The UGR and the University Jean Moulin Lyon 3 create a double degree in Law within the framework of the Arqus Alliance

This international degree developed by the two institutions has been created within the Arqus European University Alliance. The University of Granada and the University Jean Moulin Lyon 3 have created, within the framework of the Arqus European University Alliance, an international double degree in Law that will start to take place in the 2021/22 academic […]

Horizon Europe guidance partially available to applicants

On 23 July, the European Commission released the long-awaited annotated grant agreement, which provides guidance to Horizon Europe applicants. While the first calls under the programme opened at the end of June, after the release of the work programme 2021-2022, the guidance was still missing. This created uncertainties for future beneficiaries notably with regard to the […]

Student support for the development of space tourism

The Innspace team, formed, among others, by one of students, reached the finals of the international Student Aerospace Challenge competition. The team was awarded the Suborbital Day Special Prize for its work on radiation protection for passengers of a suborbital plane. Five people worked on the awarded project: Hubert Gross (Rzeszów University of Technology), Magdalena […]

Source: European Commission

European Higher Education Organization is a public organization carrying out academic, educational and information activities on higher education in Europe.

The EHEO general plan stresses that:

  • Higher education systems require adequate funding and, as an investment in economic growth, public spending in higher education should be protected.
  • The challenges faced by higher education require more flexible governance and funding systems, which balance greater autonomy for education institutions with accountability to stakeholders.

Thus, EHEO plans:

  • improve academic and scientific interaction of universities;
  • protect the interests of universities;
  • interact more closely with public authorities of European countries;
  • popularize European higher education in the world;
  • develop academic mobility;
  • seek funding for European universities.