Internship-traineeship: what kind of traineeships or internships do European universities offer to non-EU/EEA students?
Traineeships are an ideal opportunity to gain initial experience in the industry in which you want to establish yourself. Cooperation in this direction helps vocational guidance, demonstration of competences and establishment of contacts for possible permanent working relationships. Completing your studies in Europe does not guarantee you a job yet, but the traineeship opportunity is…
International non-EU / EEA students need a visa to study in Europe: how to get one and where to start?
Browsing the Internet may lead to the opinion that the visa process is very complex and time-consuming, but it all depends on which country you are from and which European country you intend to study in. In principle, it all starts with a choice and then moves to the nearest embassy of the country of…
The true cost of studying in Europe for international students from non-EU and EEA countries: an analysis of tuition fees and living costs and a unique offer from the Baltic Institute of Technology
As university fees continue to rise in many parts of the world, it is not surprising that there is a perception that it is simply not possible to obtain a recognised degree qualification if you do not have a four- or five-figure budget, or if you do not have a scholarship. The high prices of…