In Australia every course offered in a university has CRICOS Code which is given by Australian Government reflecting that the education system is fully controlled by the Government in Australia. There is no formal ranking of universities. Thus students from all around the world have long made Australia their education destination.
The Study in Europe website covers higher education in 33 European countries.
Each country has its own individual higher education system – but all are part of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA).
The EHEA system helps ensure that higher education systems across Europe are compatible – and that students, researchers and academics in Europe can collaborate and study or work abroad more easily.
Qualifications across Europe are comparable through the European Qualifications Framework.
Most study programmes involve lectures and classes, with assessment through essays, exams and coursework. Many also involve a period of time working in industry or working on industry-related projects.
The aim of a doctorate is to break new ground – to produce new information and ideas or to conduct original research to help advance your subject. You may be expected to produce papers throughout your programme, and to produce a thesis for evaluation.
You will find a huge range of higher education study programmes on offer across Europe – Astrophysics, Biotechnology, Business, Chemical Engineering, Football management, Geography, Green energy management, History, Information Technology, International Relations, Languages, Law, Literature, Medicine, Sociology, Teaching, Tourism, Zoology, and much, much more.
Most higher education study programmes have a ‘modular’ structure. This means that you can build a personalised programme by choosing several different modules or units of study each year from a wide selection. For example, if you are studying Fashion, you might choose one module on Fashion Marketing, one module on Textile Design, and one module on Ethical Textile Production.
Interested in more than one subject? You may be able to study a combination as part of your programme, e.g. Business and Russian language.
There are 1000s of universities, research institutes and higher education institutions across Europe. Contact FlyingFeathers to know more about what each country offers you.
Start dates vary across Europe, but the academic year typically begins in September or October and finishes in June. Some study programmes also offer January/February start dates too.
Contact FlyingFeathers to know more about Scholarships and costs and the application process.