Your Stepping Stone To A European Career
European countries are a great option for students looking to study abroad. Not only do these countries have well established educational systems and some of the world’s leading universities, they also give students access to the European job market. With a plethora of countries to choose from and access to the single-market, Europe is ideal for students seeking knowledge and high career prospects. Y-Axis helps students navigate the European education system and gain admission to prestigious universities.
Why study in Europe?
Europe is the ideal destination for young students seeking to establish themselves abroad. It boasts of high quality universities in every discipline and a welcoming multi-cultural environment.
- Renowned universities
- Access to scholarships & free education (some countries)
- Opportunities in sciences, arts & business
- Multicultural environment
- Access to Europe
Visas for study in Europe
For students intending to study in Europe, there are a variety of visa possibilities. The following are the most important:
Europe Schengen Visa
This is a three-month temporary student visa for international students who intend to study in a Schengen country. This visa can be extended once it expires, and if a student is accepted into his visa program, he or she can apply for a residency permit. A Schengen study visa may be granted without an IELTS or other language exam if the organization does not need it.
Long Stay Visa
This Long Stay visa is usually awarded to international students who enroll in courses or programs that need them to stay for longer than six months. A residency permit is also included with this visa.
Student visa in Europe
This is the most common sort of visa for international students. Once a student has received an offer of admission or an admission letter, he or she can apply for this visa. Students are typically permitted to enter the country in order to follow a certain course or program at that university, according to admission letters.
Cost of Studying in Europe
The cost of studying in European universities depends on your course, country & university. In some countries, it is possible to access subsidized or free education. Y-Axis can advise you on your options based on your educational goals and financial resources.
|Study Program||Average Tuition Fees in EUR|
|Bachelor’s Degrees||4,500 EUR/year for EU/EEA-students
8,600 EUR/year for students outside EU/EEA
|Master’s Degree||5,100 EUR/year for EU/EEA-students
10,170 EUR/year for students outside EU/EEA
Admission intakes in Europe
Different countries in Europe have different intake periods based on their university cycles. Typically, the intake cycles are as follows.
Intake 1: Fall Intake – Starts in late August and ends in late December or early January
Intake 2: Spring Intake – Begins in January and ends in early May
Europe Student Visa Requirements:
- Visa application form for selected country
- Proof of meeting age requirement of the country
- Valid passport
- Valid documentation from a European university
- Documents and evidence of adequate finances to meet your expenses
- Flight tickets
- Proof of meeting the language requirement
Working in Europe While Studying:
Certain countries in Europe allow students to work for a stipulated number of hours every year. However, this can only be part-time work and not full-time.
Working In Europe After Graduation:
European countries offer various employment opportunities for graduates. Typically, graduates need to apply for temporary residence or a work-permit soon after graduating in order to stay on in the country. Your Y-Axis consultant can guide you on this process so you can plan your educational and professional journey in Europe better.
|University Name||World University
|1||University of Oxford||40||Karolinska Institute|
|2||University of Cambridge||41||Paris Sciences et Lettres – PSL Research University Paris|
|9||Imperial College London||44||Technical University of Munich|
|11||ETH Zurich||47||Heidelberg University|
|26||London School of Economics and Political Science||57||University of Manchester|
|29||University of Edinburgh||58||Delft University of Technology|
|32||LMU Munich||59||Wageningen University & Research|
|35||École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne||62||University of Amsterdam|
|38||King’s College London||67||Humboldt University of Berlin|
Is it possible for me to work and study simultaneously?
Many students work part-time while studying or during university breaks to supplement their income. The maximum number of hours that an international student can work throughout their studies varies by country. Visit the immigration page for the specific country to learn more about this subject.
Is it possible for me to work in Europe once my studies are completed?
Each European country has its unique set of policies that allow students to continue looking for work after they finish their studies. The European Union, on the other hand, has advocated for international students to be permitted to stay for at least 9 months in order to find suitable jobs.
What is the typical time it takes to process a student visa?
The maximum processing time for student visas is 90 days. If you haven’t heard back by then, assume you’ve been denied entrance due to a prior criminal record or insufficient proof; you can then contact the visa office to find out what happened.
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