If you are thinking of studying abroad, there can be a lot of choices. With a lot of choices, comes confusion. The popular choices for Indian students over the last 50 years have been countries like UK, USA, Australia, Canada and New Zealand. The biggest reason for this is, of course, their high level of education but also, the fact that English is the first language spoken in these countries. These destinations have also been very well presented to the students in the form of Education Fairs, promotions etc. Therefore, they have always been in the consideration of students. We are going to talk to you about something new. How about studying in Europe? Due to the high flow of students to these English-speaking countries, we are now seeing
saturation in terms of opportunities in these countries. The USA and UK have tightened their post-study visa policies and students are now not allowed to stay back in the country after they finish their studies.
Australia and New Zealand have made their visa process much more stringent, demanding high financial resources and English language requirements. Canada, today, still attracts the maximum number of students but the job opportunities here are limited. Europe, on the other hand, provides a whole new set of opportunities. With countries like Germany and France becoming some of the strongest economies in the world, with an influence on global decisions. The value of the Euro continues to rise, which is a sign of further strengthening of the EU economy. Germany offers unlimited employment opportunities as it has its foundations in manufacturing, being the world’s largest automotive producer. Also, in other fields of technology, Germany is a world leader. France is very strong in the services sector and tourism and hospitality. The country is proud of its heritage and preserves it, attracting millions of visitors from across the world each year. The Scandinavian countries; Finland, Denmark, Norway and Sweden, also present strong manufacturing sectors and lead the world in cutting edge technologies like Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, IT and Design. These countries are way ahead of the rest of the world in their education system and continue to experiment and innovate.
Poland is home to some of the best universities in Europe, which provide programs in English at both graduate and postgraduate levels, and the tuition fee is extremely lower as compared to other countries in the west. Germany provides free education to all students, the public universities here are completely funded by the government. We are presenting a wonderful opportunity for students who wish to study in Europe, or even just find out more about the opportunities there. On Sunday, 10th February, we will be organizing the Study in Europe Fair 2019, at The Lalit Hotel, New Delhi. Students will get a chance to meet 20+ leading universities and business schools from across Europe and get their profiles assessed directly by the university delegates. There will also be seminars conducted on topics including “Employment opportunities in Germany” by IUBH University of Applied Sciences and “Education in France” by Campus France. Expert counselors will be available to guide students on free education opportunities in Germany, and low-cost education in other European countries. We believe this will be very informative for prospective students, and will definitely open a window to new opportunities.