Europe offers international Bachelor-Master-PhD degrees. After successful completion of the programs students are awarded degrees or diplomas that are officially recognized by the relevant authorities and accepted internationally. In all European countries, degrees offered in the higher education system are being phased out and replaced by a Bachelor’s, Master’s and PhD degree structure. Bachelor’s degrees are awarded after the completion of undergraduate studies. Master’s degrees are offered after completion of graduate studies. PhD studies take normally 4 years and consist of conducting independent research and writing a dissertation.
A growing number of European higher education institutions offer international study programs with English as the main language of instruction. There is hardly any conceivable subject area, and any common or rare specialization, in which there is not an English-Language-Taught Degree Program available somewhere in Europe. Study programs in English are in particular common in the areas of business & management and science & engineering.
Foreign students can also follow study programs in other European languages: German, French, Dutch, Swedish, Finnish, Danish, Norwegian, Greek, Spanish, Italian, or Portuguese, provided that they have sufficient knowledge of that language.
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