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Plan To Study Abroad? Here's Why You Should Opt For Europe

Europe has attractive opportunities for Indian students

Plan To Study Abroad? Here's Why You Should Opt For Europe
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Plan To Study Abroad? Here's Why You Should Opt For Europe
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2018-09-24T16:39:28+05:30

Studying in Europe is an increasingly appealing proposition for a lot of Ind­ian students. Mainland Europe is seen as more affordable than the UK, and many countries have options that ­allow students to stay back after their studies for between one and two years, dep­ending on the country and level of the degree. One thing to consider is that, across Europe, it is far easier to get a job if you are fluent in the local language.

Some major countries to consider:

  • France
  • Germany
  • The Netherlands

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