High-level study programs, top-tier universities, an international environment, a favorable geographical position, and numerous job opportunities are just some of the reasons that attract thousands of international students to the Netherlands year after year.
Meet Mariana Vargas, a Colombian student in Canada seeking a BA in Anthropology and Linguistics at the University of Winnipeg. Find out how her path has been so far, the challenges she has had to face and what her advice is for future students.
No one knows more about studying in Spain and the opportunities the country offers for international students than Susana Expósito, founder of SPAIN Counselor. That is why we have invited her on this occasion, in order to offer you the complete image of studying in the most sociable country in the world!
Taking a gap year has many benefits for students, from a mental health point of view to a more practical one. This experience not only serves to give the student a break but also allows them to see the world from another perspective and gain a series of skills that will definitely make a difference when applying to university.
If you have the opportunity to visit a school on your list, you should. Much can be learned about a school virtually, but there is no substitute for that first-hand encounter with a place you might spend the next three or four years.
Find out which are the organizations that provide free, unbiased information about studying in France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Sweden and Poland. Get the answers you need on universities, application processes, scholarships, cost of living, and much more!
Are you considering France as your future destination to get a Bachelor’s degree, but you are still wondering where to start? To answer all this, we have invited Judith Azema from Campus France Paris to present an overview of the French educational system and all the available opportunities for international students.
Choosing your major is a crucial step in the transition from high school to university and should be well thought out. There are many factors to consider, such as the cost of the program, future career opportunities, your skills and aptitudes, and your interests and passion.
You have decided to take the plunge and study abroad, but what next? There is much more to think about once you have decided where and what you want to learn. Your first port of call should be the many organizations that provide free, unbiased information to help you find the answers you need.
Meet Frieda, our Event Coordinator for Europe. She comes from Germany, lives in Spain and has worked in Belgium and the UK. Read about her experience studying in France and how she learned a new language!