Free education countries in Europe
The fact that education in Europe is expensive is a myth. Education in Europe is available in many countries for free to students. With a received European diploma there will be no problem to get a job in Europe and at home. Many European Universities accept students from our country. You can go after school graduation and having a school diploma with excellent grades in foreign language. The only thing that you will need to be educated in Europe is knowledge of foreign languages and good grades.
Admission to the European Higher Education
First you need to have on hand a certificate of complete secondary education. Our certificates are traded abroad and take them across Europe. You just need to know at least one European language, without knowledge of the language learning in Europe is impossible.
Despite the fact that higher education in Europe more and more unified under the principles of the Bologna system, many countries have their national identity, which is desirable of course to know before your trip. With the features of the education system across Europe can be found on our website in the appropriate sections.
Free education in Europe is available in Germany, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, France and the Czech Republic. However, you will need to spend money on food, housing, public transportation, to submit to the enjoyment of books and libraries, etc. On average, it comes out to about 800 euros per month in major cities and slightly less in smaller ones. It might appear that education in Europe in many countries for free, but living costs are quite large. So the only way to study in Europe and not pay anything is to get a scholarship to study at one of the educational programs. There is a popular program Erasmus (Erasmus Mundus), which was founded by the EU. The program has a Master’s scholarship (study 1-2 years in universities in Europe). The scholarships is 21 thousand euros per year. Other programs are offered by “The Renovation fund”, mainly for the humanities. Getting a scholarship of course is not easy, but you can try to do so.