International students have been flocking to Sweden to obtain a university degree for many years. Previously, most students chose the capital city of Stockholm or the second largest Gothenburg as their study destination but recently another city has been gaining attraction as a great place to study in Sweden, the city of Malmo.Read More
'In Linz beginnt's' (Translated: It begins in Linz) goes the Austrian saying, and this is rightly so. The city of Linz is one on the move, with it’s finger on the pulse of the country’s technology industry. Linz is a symbiosis as a city of industry, culture and nature, an an international contemporary Student City - surrounded by stunning natural landscapes.Read More
Globalisation is forcing both public authorities and private institutions to increasingly address tax-related matters within an international context. Now more than ever, successful tax specialists must possess both an excellent understanding of tax law and extensive cross-cultural, international expertise.Read More
Austria has a general image of being an expensive country for tourism. Vienna as the capital city belongs to one of the more expensive European capitals and winter vacation in the Austrian Alps is famous among the rich. However, when talking about studying in Austria the first thing that shocks people from all over the world is that it is actually free for the European Union and European Economic Area citizens to study at an Austrian university!Read More
Study in Wallonia-Brussels is an excellent opportunity to improve your French language skills.
French is spoken by almost 220 million people on five continents. French is also an official language of the United Nations, of NATO, of the European Union or of the International Red Cross.Read More
Depending on your status, the length of your studies or your budget, you can choose between renting a room in a university residence and private accommodation (rental from private individuals).Read More
Nationals of the Member States of the European Union (EU) and of the European Economic Area do not need a visa to reside and study in Wallonia-Brussels.
On the other hand, if you are a national of a non-Member State of the European Union, you may need a visa to gain entrance to Belgian territory.Read More
To access first cycle studies (Bachelor), you must hold a secondary school leaving certificate recognised to be equivalent to the upper secondary education certificate issued in Wallonia-Brussels.Read More