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Once you make a decision to study abroad but still not decided what to study? Or you have chosen the course of your choice but not the destination? We help you in finding your perfect choice for pursuing higher education based on various parameters and personal preferences. It is essential to conduct your research by yourself even if you seek professional consulting on education abroad.
EIG provides you with all the necessary details that are essential for you to make your choice for your preferred destination and kickstart your educational journey, ensuring that you would not make a wrong decision. With our consistency in sending aspirational students abroad to pursue their dream courses, you can safely place your confidence with us
Students can study their desired courses in Europe.
No IELTS is required.
Students can work part-time or full-time to make money to meet their expenses.
Higher visa success.
Low cost of education and low cost of living is the major attraction for international students.
Students can get a Schengen visa which enables the holder to travel to most of the European countries.

Poland

The Poland universities provide the best higher education in Europe. The low cost of education is a major advantage for students planning to study in Poland. IELTS is not required. The cost of living is lower in Poland. A part-time or full-time job is available for students. 100% work permit for students after completing their studies. Higher visa success ratio. 3-year TRP is provided for students. International students can get a Schengen visa which helps them to travel around most of the European countries.

Greece

The higher education system in Greece is based on the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) for every course offered by universities. The bachelor's degree for the majority of programs has a duration that lasts four years.

Czech Republic

Like other European countries, the Czech Republic also follows the bologna system having three academic cycles. The universities in the Czech Republic provide high-quality education in research, mainly in sciences, engineering, and medicine. 

Finland

Finland is considered the happiest country in the world, along with the world-class education system. The country provides a high standard of living for students. The students can have a unique Nordic experience in Finland. 

Hungary 

The majority of the bachelor programs in Hungary are mainly focusing on various engineering diplomas. The tuition fees and living costs are pretty affordable for students.

Latvia

Latvia is one of the great options for students who are looking for four-year college education. The higher education in Latvia also follows the bologna process and has a three-cycle model of education. 

Spain

Spain is a country that reformed its education system in 2007. The Spanish education system is largely comprehensive and efficient. The education system in Spain is supported by the national government and the individual governments of the 17 autonomous regions in Spain.  

Switzerland 

The education system in Switzerland is categorized into three which are compulsory education, upper secondary education, and tertiary education. The Swiss education system follows the two-cycle model.

Netherlands

The Netherlands is one of the first non-English speaking countries where universities started higher education study programs in English to attract international students. Netherland universities have strict language requirements if students are from countries where English is not the local language

Russia

Russia has the top educational system in the world, mainly in the fields of engineering and medicine. The students from other countries pay only 10-20% of the educational costs, whereas the Russian government subsidizes 80-90%.

Portugal

Portugal's education system is divided between public and private institutions, polytechnics, universities, and general attention on theory and research. Higher education in Portugal follows the three-cycle format.

Lithuania

The education system in Lithuania has a long-standing tradition and offers a warm environment for international students. Lithuania is a country in the Schengen area to get a visa from.

Estonia

Estonia has good technical schools like TalTech and the Estonia university of life sciences. English is widely spoken across the countries. Estonia follows the bologna process that is it assures that the country provides world-class education.

Belgium 

As the country follows the bologna process, higher education is organized into the bachelor, master, and doctorate systems. In Belgium, there are three types of institutions that are recognized by the government which is universities, university colleges, and art colleges.

Luxembourg

The higher education in Luxembourg is multilingual that is different classes are taught in one of the three national languages. There is a large number of study programs that are taught completely in the English language. 

Austria 

Austria is one of the countries that have a large number of universities in Europe. The tuition fees in these universities are low, or no need to pay tuition fees. Your respected universities generally offer accommodation in Austria.

Norway 

Norway is a small country that provides quality education for students. Norway has a vast number of private higher education institution which are receiving public funding. 

Denmark

Denmark has one of the top higher education systems in the world. The tuition fees for students are Denmark is entirely free. The danish education system follows the two-cycle model that divides study into undergraduate and postgraduate.

Georgia

The programs taught in the universities of Georgia are in English and offer an affordable tuition fee for students from different countries. Georgia has many internationally recognized and accredited institutions, mainly for medicine.

Ukraine

The ministry of education manages the higher education system in Ukraine. Ukraine is the best option for international students who are looking for education in medicine. In Ukraine, all the qualifications are internationally recognized by WHO, UNESCO, and much more.

Slovenia

It is not essential to study the Slovenian language for receiving higher education in Slovenia as most of the citizens in the country know at least one of the foreign languages. Living cost is quite affordable in the country. 

Malta

Malta is a better destination for those interested in a unique experience abroad. Instructional languages in English and Maltese provide a wide range of courses and programs across numerous institutions on the three tiny islands that comprise the entire country. You can truly discover the whole country because the three islands of Malta are so small if you commit yourself to study and explore. 

Cyprus

Cyprus is known for its high-quality European education system, with cost-effective tuition fees and plenty of other facilities and benefits, the most famous courses by the Cyprus universities are hospitality business and tourism. Cyprus spends more than 7% of its GDP on education, the third-highest share in the European Union after Denmark and Sweden. 

Slovakia

The Slovak Republic is in the heart of Europe. The education system in Slovakia is relatively high, with many institutions offer a wide range of study programs at all degrees and scholarships to international students. Living in Slovakia is affordable as the study and living costs are low compared to western European countries. Slovakia is a vibrant and modern country.