The Netherlands was the first non-English-speaking country to offer degrees in English. Therefore various programmes are taught in English and are very international oriented. The Netherlands, also known as Holland, stands out for its great inventiveness, its problem-solving attitude and its openness to the world.View all PhDs
Finland is situated in northern Europe and neighbours Sweden, Norway and Russia. For an international student Finland is both an exotic and a safe target country. Finnish society is credible: a networked and transparent open civic society, where education is always a top first priority.View all PhDs
Except for universities for architecture, arts and design as well as Engineering & Management, France is also famous for its good food and wine. The French universities offer a broad range of programmes, no matter if you study in Paris, Nancy or Bordeaux.View all PhDs
Universities in Germany are famous for excellent education, not only in engineering. German degrees are recognized all around the world and have a strong international focus. Various scholarships and special support for international students are available.View all PhDs
From literature to landscape, from innovation to internationalisation, Ireland offers unparalleled opportunities in education and research…and the warmest of welcomes from the world’s friendliest nation!View all PhDs
Why not Lithuania? More students chose Lithuania as their destination for higher education studies every year, with 92% of them recommending Lithuania to their friends. Learn why!View all PhDs
The United Nations consistenly ranks Norway as having the highest standard of living in the world based largely on average levels of education and income, combined with expected length of lifetime, but also factors like human rights and cultural freedom.View all PhDs
The Spanish university system dates back to the Middle Ages. The oldest among Spanish Universities is Salamanca, founded in 1218. The present system, however, is actually descendant of the 19th century liberal university, inspired by the centralized French model.View all PhDs
Swedish universities are renowned for their investigative research and independent thinking, and this reputation is cemented with nationally certified degrees and rigorous quality control. As a country, Sweden is an open and multicultural society with a long tradition of welcoming international students.View all PhDs
The UK has probably one of the most cosmopolitan societies within Europe and you will study with people from all over the world in this truly multicultural society. The variety of universities and degrees is broad and degrees will be accepted worldwide. Some of the world's best universities like Oxford or Cambridge are located in the United Kingdom as well.View all PhDs
Find and compare PhDs, DBAs, professional doctorates and other Doctoral degrees at graduate schools, universities and research institutes across Europe.
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Law regulates almost all aspects in our life and is therefore of direct interest to all of us. If you like working with text, are able to think logical and enjoy problem solving this might be the right choice for you.
Engineering is for creators with an interest in technology and development. Engineering degrees can lead to a vast number of career opportunities, with graduates in demand in almost every sector of the economy. Therefore the demand for good new engineers is high – worldwide.
Studying life sciences encompasses all fields of science that involve the scientific study of living organisms like plants, animals, and human beings. No matter if you want to become a doctor, work in research or within an organisation, the desire to help others and improve things is essential.
Strathclyde has always welcomed its students with open arms - and we do our best to make sure everyone enjoys their time at university to the full. And as well offering you a flexible, innovative learning environment, we want to help you have fun in one of the world's must-see cities.More information
The extremely sophisticated and competitive nature of organisations today has forced Business Schools to rethink the way they do and teach management, and the way they impact business and societies at large.More information
The University of Manchester is one of Britain's most famous and forward-thinking universities, with a rich heritage stretching 180 years and an exciting agenda for the future. Today, research remains at the heart of the University and the quality, breadth and volume of research activity is unparalleled in the UK, with strong collaborative links with industry and public services.More information
The University of Southampton was originally the Hartley Institute, founded in 1862. In 1952 the Hartley Institute was granted a Royal Charter and became the University of Southampton. Today the University is a top UK research university, ranked 86th in the world - among only 18 UK universities to make the top 100 (The Times Higher Education Supplement World University Rankings 2013).More information