Beyond the States, is a resource that educates students and parents about the benefits of and opportunities for bachelor’s degree programs in Europe. The problems with high cost and admissions procedures in the U.S. are just two of the many reasons that European colleges are becoming an increasingly attractive option for American students.
There are more than 1,500 accredited bachelor programs that are taught completely in English throughout non-anglophone Europe. These programs have an an average tuition of just over $7,000, and almost 1/3 of these programs cost less than $4250 per year. Further, most are just three years in duration which adds to the overall savings. We have found that, in many cases, it costs less to get an entire degree in Europe (including travel costs) than one year of private or out of state tuition in the US!
Please see this flyer College in Europe 101 webinar about a free webinar on Sunday, Feb. 4 @ 3 PM Eastern Time (12 PM Pacific). The webinar provides an overview about the options and process including information about the admissions requirements, quality indicators, educational differences, benefits, obstacles, student life, housing, as well as an open Q&A session.
Contact Jennifer Viemont with questions, email@example.com.
*Disclaimer: this information is provided as a service and is not an endorsement by the eBark.*