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Where should I study a degree in Europe?

Choosing to study a degree abroad isn’t an easy choice. While the subject you choose and the prestige of the university are important, it’s also important to think about the destination. 

Europe is an extremely popular destination for both EU...

How to apply for an engineering degree abroad

Engineering is a highly popular degree, with excellent job prospects around the world. Many engineering graduates go on to work abroad, so choosing to study an engineering degree abroad is a logical step.

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How can I study overseas? Five ways you could study abroad

The idea of studying abroad is a glamorous and exciting one. New cultures, new people, new languages and a new life might all be in your head, but in reality there is plenty of planning to be done before you head abroad. Here are five ways you could ...

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The top 10 affordable universities for UK students to study

January 17, 2017 
James Thornhill

Generic Passport on a World of MoneyTwo Italian universities are the most affordable for UK students to study according to a new cost calculator.


The tool created by currency company FairFX looks at the top 200 universities across 27 countries for affordability.

These are the 10 most affordable countries for UK students to study in

January 16, 2017 
James Thornhill

Map of the world made of currency in a office with stationary. Copy space

If you are wanting to study overseas the cost of studying will be a major factor in your decision on where to study.


A new cost calculator created by currency company FairFX looks at the top 200 universities across 27 countries for affordability.

Study destination: The Netherlands

December 20, 2016 
James Thornhill

Night city view of Amsterdam canal Herengracht, typical dutch houses and boats, Holland, Netherlands.

Whilst full of people (most of them very tall, most of them on bikes), The Netherlands in reality is not a very big country at all – it's actually the size of the US state of Maryland (i.e, rather tiny, in the grand scheme of things).


The fact that The Netherlands is tiny but full of people has, over hundreds of years, resulted in the creation of numerous small villages and towns nestled amongst the bigger cities, each with individual identifying factors, like accents and dialects unique to that area alone.

Germany reintroduces tuition fees in one region

December 15, 2016 
Guest Editor

The state of Baden-Württemberg in Germany has announced plans to reintroduce tuition fees for international students from outside the European Union (EU) starting in autumn 2017.


From the start of the 2017/18 academic year non-EU students will be required to pay €1,500 (~US$1,600) per semester and a total of €3,000 (~US$3,200) per year.

Are EU students staying away from the UK because of Brexit?

James Thornhill

The United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union appears to already be putting international students off going to study in the country.


New figures from the UK’s Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) shows that there has been a 9% drop in students from the European Union applying to British universities this year.

The best universities to learn coding have been announced

December 13, 2016 
James Thornhill

The universities with the best computer programmers have been announced.


International coding competition, HackerRank, surprisingly puts ITMO University in Russia in first place after ranking the 50 universities and schools producing the best coders in the world.

These are the US college degrees with the highest earning potential

December 9, 2016 
James Thornhill

Studying engineering as your degree major in the United States will give you the best long-term earning potential claims a new ranking.


Of the top 10 degrees offering the best mid-career salary are in an engineering discipline, with the highest earnings of $172,000 coming in petroleum engineering after 10 years.

Study Destination: France

James Thornhill

eiffel-towerStudying abroad is as much about new experiences and new cultures as it is studying.


You can take advantage of the many travel opportunities that come with study overseas. We take a look at what study destinations offer outside of the academic environment.


France is a perfect European destination for international students as a vast and varied country full of things to explore. Universities like IÉSEG School of Management, LISAA, and La Rochelle Business School are perfectly placed to explore France.

The university with the best graduate employability has been revealed

November 30, 2016 
James Thornhill

Smiling graduates embracingTimes Higher Education has revealed the 150 best universities for delivering work-ready graduates.


The United States dominates the employability rankings with six universities featuring in the top ten with California Institute of Technology coming in at number one.

Study Destination: Texas, USA

November 25, 2016 
James Thornhill

Studying abroad isn’t just about study it’s about the experiencing new cultures and the travel opportunities that come with it.


san-antonio-riverwalk-138429834It’s worth looking at what study destinations offer outside of the academic environment.
Texas is a US state that offers a lot both academically and culturally, with incredible travel opportunities.



Many universities like the Texas State University are perfectly placed to enjoy what the state has to offer.

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