WHY STUDY IN EUROPE?

Europe has various natural sights and amazing cultures to discover, thanks to its union of various countries. It is known for having colleges and universities offering a wide variety of educational programs recognized worldwide, with educational degrees that are a great deal when it comes to the value for money. Its governments are committed to building an “European Higher Education Area” of common academic values, transparency, diploma recognition and high quality education. 

We at Onus Consultancy Services are experts in keeping students up to date with the requirements of the universities and colleges from Cyprus, Hungary, Lithuania, Latvia, Czech, Switzerland, German, Italy, Spain, Austria, Ireland and Poland. We can also offer you all the required information about living in Europe and studying there.

                                                                                                   

ADMISSION SCHEDULE

Intake periods are generally in February, July, August, September or October, depending on the country and the program and institution.

 

WHO IS ELIGIBLE?

Generally, colleges from Europe only require the student to have passed their Senior Secondary (12th Pass). They also generally do not require the IELTS & TOEFL score, but the student must participate in an English Language exam at the time of arrival at the college. Universities prefer applicants with very good academic background and decent scores in TOEFL or IELTS for admission.

 

WHAT FUNDS ARE NEEDED?

  1. A) COST OF EDUCATION

The costs depend on the courses and institutions. These estimated prices should be used as a guide.
The average tuition fees for different programs (Euro per annum):
Diploma : 7,000 – 11,000 
Bachelors Degree : 9,000 – 15,000 
Masters degree : 10,000 – 22,000 

  1. B) COST OF LIVING

On and off campus accommodations are available for the students such as hostels, rented housing, home stay, etc. The cost of living depends on the country and city chosen, but it can be anywhere between ? 8,000-12,000 per annum, covering rent, food, clothing, transport, etc.

 

  1. C) FINANCIAL PROOF FOR VISA

Student Visa requires funding proof of ? 13, 500- 50, 000. Students with exceptional results are awarded with scholarships, but scholarship obtainment is competitive.

WORKING IN EUROPE

Students do not need an employment authorization. This allows them to work anywhere, including on-campus employment for graduates, teachers and research assistants. Spouses of full-time students are also eligible for open or open/restricted employment authorization, as long as they meet medical requirements.

 

VISA PROCESS

Visa formalities must be started as soon as the student has secured admission to a college or university. As a student, you will be required to satisfy the Visa conditions applied specifically to you. Failure to do so will result in cancellation of your Visa. 

Some European countries require educational documents with Apostille from the Ministry of External Affairs from the student’s home country with verification from the concerned school/boards. A Medical Fitness Certificate is also required and can be obtained from a Panel Doctor. 

The fee for the Visa application costs ? 60 and is Non-refundable. Additional expenses for medical examinations, police checks, and the translation of documents into English (if required) will be needed. 

Onus Consultancy Services is ready to help you obtain your Student Visa and offer you all the information you need about Europe. Submit your query here or Contact Us to learn more.