Study in Europe

What is Study in Europe?

Sharing information about higher education study and scholarship opportunities in Europe with students worldwide

Study in Europe is a new European Union project which aims to:

  • Show students worldwide what studying in Europe offers 
  • Help international students to find out about higher education study, research and scholarship opportunities in Europe
  • Connect European higher education organisations with international students and partners

Study in Europe promotes higher education in the following 33 Erasmus+ programme countries:

Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, Estonia, Spain, Finland, France, Greece, Croatia, Hungary, Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Latvia, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Sweden, Slovenia, Slovakia, Turkey and United Kingdom.

Launched in January 2015, Study in Europe is a three year project contracted by the European Commission, Directorate General for Education and Culture for the European Union. 

It is being implemented by a consortium involving Academic Cooperation Association, Archimedes Foundation, British Council, Campus France, DAAD and EP-Nuffic, and is supported by an Advisory Group of national higher education promotion agencies across Europe. 

The project will deliver the following activities:

  • Study in Europe web portal
  • Study in Europe student fairs and networking events
  • Promoters’ network
  • Promotional materials
  • Social media and marketing
  • Training webinars on marketing for European national promotion agencies and HEIs

Find out more below

Study in Europe web portal

The Study in Europe web portal helps audiences worldwide to find out about higher education study, research and scholarship opportunities in Europe.

 

Student fairs and networking events

At Study in Europe fairs, international students can meet European higher education representatives face-to-face, for personal advice about studying in Europe.

The fairs are also a great chance for European higher education organisations to promote their study programmes to international students - and to explore partnership opportunities with international HEIs.

Find out more and register here: http://www.studyineuropefairs.eu/ .

Promotional materials

Study in Europe promotional materials for international students include: leaflets, brochure and poster (printed and e-format), PowerPoint/prezi presentations, a film, plus student testimonials. These materials will be shared with European higher education agencies, institutions and promoters.

Social media and marketing

Study in Europe social media activities will showcase the benefits of studying in Europe to audiences worldwide and guide students in planning their studies.