Overview of Master’s Courses in Europe
Students may complete postgraduate study programmes at both Masters and Doctorate levels, across all areas of general study. A typical Masters degree for a full-time student is one-two years in length, whilst a PhD may take between two-five years to complete.Many European countries make an effort to convince foreign graduates to stay after university years, as the chances are also high that you will get a job offer and stay for longer. Europe being so large it has much more to offer than it looks from so far. Compared to other countries like US, UK, Canada or Australia, the tuition fees in most universities in Europe are very low. In some European countries there aren’t even any tuition fees! There are a lot of scholarships opportunities and other options available for financial aid and assistance. Most universities in Europe now offer diverse programs and most of them are in English, which opens up all the more opportunities for international students to pursue their studies in Europe.
Requirements for Master’s Courses in Europe
- Almost all Top Universities need GRE/GMAT while some don’t.
A high good percentage in your Bachelors is needed for getting into a Top University – Usually 70% +
IELTS/TOEFL examination also needs to be taken to proof English Language proficiency. Minimum 6.5 is needed.
Applications are done individually for all Universities and the deadlines of each University are different.
Students will have to submit their essays, LOR, Predicted grades & Mark sheets of previous classes.