Studying abroad can be filled with challenging new experiences, from unfamiliar foods to transportation systems. If learning a new language is one too many “new” activities, don’t despair. Several top-rated programs in Europe are taught in English.
- Approximately 70 percent of Germany’s population speaks English. As a result, there are many postgraduate and PhD programs that are English-taught. Depending on the student’s nationality, courses may be free or have below average tuition fees.
- Soak in the culture and history by studying in Greece. More than half of the citizens speak English, and there are many undergrad and graduate programs available. EU students may be able to attend for free, while students from non-EU countries may find the tuition fees moderate when compared with programs in other countries.
- With more than 700 internationally recognized programs taught in English, Denmark is one of the most popular destinations for international students. The comprehensive list of programs available may be offset by somewhat higher than tuition fees for students from outside the EU/EEA.
- Most Dutch residents speak English, and many universities offer English taught courses. While the majority of these 1,700 programs are at the master’s level, putting The Netherlands at the top of many student’s lists. Tuition is less than average for most students.
These European countries offer the benefits of exploring different cultures without the learning curve needed for learning a new language. They provide high-quality classes and a unique perspective on the world, making them valuable learning experiences for study abroad programs.