Which European country to study in?
There's a perfect European country that suits all your study abroad wants and needs. Source: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP

Europe is one of the most popular study abroad regions for students from all over the world. Elite universities, developed economies, rich cultures, bucket list locations – the list of attractive elements goes on. But with 44 countries on the continent, choosing where to study abroad in Europe is no easy task.

Let our quiz help with this decision-making process! We’ve narrowed down the choices to the European countries that ranked in the top five of Study.EU’s Country Rankings. The league table examines how attractive each country is to international students using several weights: Education (45 percent), Cost (30 percent), and Life & Career (25 percent).

For a large variety of English-medium courses, the Netherlands is the best European country for your studies. But there may be trade-offs… Source: Marc Kleen/Unsplash

Get started on the quiz below:

Study Abroad in Europe: Which country is best for me?

1. Which of the following is most important to you?

2. Are you planning to work in your host country after graduating?

3. Must your main language of instruction be English?

4. Which of the following is more important to you?

5. What kind of living costs suits your budget?

6. Is it essential for you to live in a country with high English proficiency?

7. How important is personal safety to you?

Which European country should you study in?

World-class universities? Check. Tuition-free public university system? Check. Relatively affordable capital? Check. No wonder this country is the first choice for many students - including you!
United Kingdom

When it comes to the greatest number of top-ranked universities, the UK takes top spot. English as the main language of instruction is a top draw for many international students. You'll have a grand study abroad adventure here!

Bonjour! Say hello to attractive tuition rates, a rich culture and a thriving student life! Also, what better way to brush up your French and get you ready for your international career ahead.

A unique non-Anglophone country where 95 percent of locals speak English, this is a convenient and comfortable study abroad destination for international students. Choose from more than 2,100 English-taught study programmes and courses offered here!

Whether it's medicine, literature or Russian language studies, you'll receive a high quality education in a culturally diverse environment. Tuition is inexpensive and with over 160 different ethnic groups, this is a win-win destination for international students.

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