Using data collected throughout the years, Studyportals managed to create a list featuring the top universities offering the most English-taught degree courses in non-English speaking countries in Europe to support international students better weigh their study abroad options.
International students no longer have to restrict their search to English-speaking powerhouses like the U.S., the UK, or Canada but have more options than ever to pursue good undergraduate and graduate degrees in other non-English international destinations.
Based on the data gathered by Studyportals, these are the top 5 European countries and respective first 3 universities in those countries offering the most English-taught courses.
1. The Netherlands
The Netherlands is a great place for international students because most of the population speaks perfect English, creating a welcoming, multicultural study environment.
Germany is constantly increasing its English-taught study offer, while providing tuition-free higher education at public universities to all international students.
Sweden provides high standards of living with education focused on self-development nurturing student independence.
Denmark offers innovative teaching methods and quality living conditions with a local population that’s considered the happiest in the world.
Spain is a friendly, multicultural society dedicated to building curious minds, positive attitudes and creative spirits.
Advantages of studying at a university with more English-taught degrees
Many universities around the world offer English-taught degree programmes, but you may be wondering why you should choose a university offering a lot of international courses. Here are a few important reasons we thought may provide some insight:
- Diverse study options mean better chances of finding a course that perfectly fits you.
- More English courses mean more international students which universities will work harder to accommodate and make them feel right at home.
- Cities or towns where the universities are situated will likely have a more international feel, with a student-friendly vibe and more fun activities.
- Better chances of meeting other people from your home country. It’s always nice to have a bit of home away from home.
- More English taught courses result in more teachers with an international mindset and a more global vision.
- Easy access to English study materials, libraries, labs, etc.
- Possibly more funding options for international students.
- More industry connections with big companies looking for interns or fresh employees.
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