Get a world-class higher education in Europe and choose from a variety of bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral courses. A welcoming, social environment will allow you to explore diverse languages and cultures. Become more skilled, knowledgeable, and experienced.


Helps boost your career

Recently, international experience has become increasingly important. Regardless of the size of the company, it is important to hire employees who are willing to step outside their comfort zones. Taking a study abroad course in Europe sets you up for a successful career. Several European countries also encourage foreign graduates to stay after graduation. Therefore, if you decide to study in Europe, you are likely to get a job offer and can stay for a long time.

The European Union offers world-class education and research

There are many world-class universities in Europe. Within Europe the cross-border community has established a strong academic community that conducts research work.

Various educational options are available

Europe has thousands of universities offering thousands of study programmes in English. Whether you’re looking for a program in Arts or Zoology; a small university or a large international research center; cutting-edge academic programs or a practice-oriented education, you can find it here. The choices are endless.

Tuition fees are low

Most public universities in Europe have very low tuition fees compared to countries like the US, Canada, or Australia. In some European countries, there are no tuition fees – studying at university is free! During your studies, you can also apply for scholarships and other financial aid.


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Studying in Europe: Student Schengen Visa

In order to study in any of the member states, a third-country national must obtain a student Schengen Visa, as an entry permit to the Schengen Zone.

The holder of this visa can stay in Schengen territory for a maximum of three months. Study or training courses lasting longer than six months require a Long-Stay Study Visa from the country’s embassy.

Documents required to apply for a Schengen Student Visa

The mandatory documents to apply for a Student Schengen Visa are as follows:

  • Two visa application forms
  • Two identical photos
  • Valid passport
  • A copy of your passport’s biometric data.
  • Proof of residency
  • Travel medical insurance
  • Proof of accommodation
  • Letter of acceptance to an EU University/College/School
  • Proof of academic qualifications
  • Proof of paid visa fee.

Additional documents required for Minors

    • Birth Certificate
    • An identity document signed by both parents (one document per parent).
    • Consent from both parents to allow the minor to travel.
    • In case it is relevant: a court order determining which parent is responsible for the minor.
    • Proof of occupation.
    • If employed:
      • Contract of employment
      • Workplace permission for a leave of absence
      • The income tax return
    • If self-employed:
      • Your business license.
      • Bank statement of the company for the last 6 months
      • Income Tax Return (ITR)
    • If a student:
      • A copy of the enrollment certificate
      • Letter of No Objection from the University

Student Schengen Visa Applications: Where to submit them

Your Student Schengen Visa Application should be submitted to the responsible Embassy / Consulate / VAC of your main Schengen destination in your country of residence.