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https://ec.europa.eu/education/study-in-europe/country-profiles_en

 

 

 

 

 

Essential info on study programmes, scholarships and student life across Europe

 

AUSTRIA

  • Number of higher education institutions: 82
  • Number of students in higher education: 372,247 (Statistik Austria, academic year 2014/2015)
  • Number of international students in higher education: 86,862 (Statistik Austria, academic year 2015/2016)
  • Average length of a full-time higher education programme in Austria: Bachelor’s degree programme: 6 – 8 semesterS                                           Master’s degree programme: 2 – 4 semesters                                              Doctorate/PhD: at least 6 semesters​
  • Language of instruction: Most higher education study programmes in Austria are taught in German language but you will find many courses taught in English too.
  • Typical tuition fees: 
    Tuition fee for students from the European Union (EU):
  • At public universities, nationals of EU and EEA member states (who have not exceeded the minimum duration of their study programme plus two semesters) do not pay tuition fees.
  • The Universities of Applied Sciences are entitled to charge tuition fees. For more details, please contact the institution of your choice directly.

 

Tuition fee for non EU-students:

  • At public universities, tuition fees range from 363 – 726,72 Euros per semester.
  • The Universities of Applied Sciences are entitled to charge tuition fees. For more details, please contact the institution of your choice directly.

 

For the essential information about studying in Austria and applying for higher education programmes, visit the Study in Austria website: https://studyinaustria.at/

 

Video about studies in Austria:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=71&v=IcBJh8AyHC8

 

BELGIUM

The Kingdom of Belgium has a federal state structure, organized into three Communities:

  • Flanders – the Flemish Community (Dutch speaking)
  • Wallonia – the French Community (French speaking)
  • a smaller German Community (German speaking) in the eastern part of Belgium

Each Community has its own government and ministry of education. The capital city, Brussels, links to the communities.

For more information, visit the specific profiles for:

Flanders http://www.studyinflanders.be/

Wallonia http://www.studyinbelgium.be/en/content/home

The German-speaking community has one autonomous university, the Autonome Hochschule.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BULGARIA

  • Number of higher education institutions: 51
  • Number of students in higher education: 233,249 (2014-5 Academic Year)
  • Number of international students in higher education: 10,544 (2014-5 Academic Year)
  • Language of instruction: Most higher education programmes in Bulgaria are taught in Bulgarian language but you will find many taught in English, German, French and Russian too.
  • Typical tuition fees:

Tuition fees for students from the EU: typically range from around 320 to 1550 BGN (160 – 850 €) per year.

Tuition fees for students from outside the EU: typically range from around 1500 to 8000 BGN (800 – 4000 €) per year.

  • Average length of a full-time higher education programme in Bulgaria:
  • Bachelor's degree programme: 3-4 years
  • Master's degree programme: 1-2 years
  • Doctorate/PhD: 3-4 years

 

For the essential information about studying in Bulgaria and applying for higher education programmes, visit the following websites:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CROATIA

  • Number of higher education institutions: 135
  • Number of students in higher education: 157,300 (2012, Euromonitor International from national statistics/UNESCO)
  • Number of international students in higher education: 717 (2012, UNESCO)
  • Language of instruction: Most higher education programmes in Croatia are taught in Croatian language but you will find many taught in foreign languages (most of them in English).
  • Typical tuition fees: 
    Students from the European Union (EU)

Fees for all full-time students in the first year of the first and second cycles at public higher education institutions are fully covered by the Ministry of Science, Education and Sports. In the following years of study, fees depend on criteria set by the individual higher education institutions. For some students, fees are paid by the government, some students pay a certain share of the fee, and some pay the full fee.
Tuition fees may range from HRK 2000 to 10000 Croatian kuna/year (270-1300 EUR), depending on the field of study.

Non EU-students: Tuition fees vary depending on the higher education institution and the field of study. In most cases, there are no fees for exchange students.

  • Average length of a full-time higher education programme in Croatia:
  • Bachelor's degree programme: 3 years
  • Master's degree programme: 2 years
  • Doctorate/PhD: 3 years

 

For the essential information about studying in Croatia and applying for higher education programmes, visit the Study in Croatia website: http://www.studyincroatia.hr/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CZECH REPUBLIC

  • Number of higher education institutions: 68
  • Number of students in higher education: 311,000 (2016, Statistics of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports)
  • Number of international students in higher education: 43,000 (2016, Statistics of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports)
  • Language of instruction: Most higher education programmes in the Czech Republic are taught in Czech language but you will find many programmes taught in English, French, German and other languages too.
  • Typical tuition fees: 

By law, higher education at public and state institutions is free of charge for citizens of all nationalities which are studying in Czech language. However, some fees might be requested: fees for administration of admission proceedings, fees for extending the duration of study beyond a set limit.

For study in a foreign language: the tuition fees differ from 0 – 22,350 USD per year. The exact amount depends on the respective institution and study programme. There are several courses taught in English or in another foreign language.

  • Average length of a full-time higher education programme in the Czech Republic:
  • Bachelor’s degree programme: 3 – 4 years
  • Master’s degree programme: 1 – 3 years
  • Doctorate/PhD: 3 – 4 years

 

For the essential information about studying in the Czech Republic and applying for higher education programmes, visit the Study in the Czech Republic website: https://www.studyin.cz/

 

Video about study in Czech Republic: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N-GPs8z425w

 

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