Denmark University Applications Open
Written on Tuesday, 17 July 2018 08:48

Applications are now open for international students to apply for places in Danish Universities and University Colleges, which offer some excellent programmes of a top international standard.

Things you might not have known about Denmark:

- Three Danish Universities are ranked by Times Higher Education Supplement in the world’s top 200 universities, and five in the top 350

- Danish people are consistently ranked as the Happiest People in the World, including a recent survey by OECD

- Denmark has been ranked the 1st or 2nd most innovative country the world in a series of global innovation rankings over recent years


 
Deadline Approaches for some Liberal Arts & Sciences Programmes in Netherlands
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The applications deadline for some of the excellent Liberal Arts & Sciences programmes in some Europe’s top universities is 01 February.

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Application Window Opens for Finnish Universities of Applied Sciences
Written on Tuesday, 17 July 2018 08:48

Applications for next autumn are open for Finnish Universities of Applied Sciences [UAS] at www.admissions.fi from 9th January.For most institutions, this window is short and closes on 14th February. A minority UAS have extended deadlines.

The UAS offer a wide range of programmes taught through English, including bachelor programmes in Business, Engineering, IT, Nursing, Social Work and Tourism. Programmes are 3.5 or 4 years long and are free of tuition fees. Most programmes have an entrance exam as part of the admissions procedure.

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International Undergraduate Applications to Sweden Now Open
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Application to courses and programmes in Sweden, for the autumn semester 2012 opened today.

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Cap proposed on University Places in Ireland
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The introduction of a cap on student numbers may be necessary as third-level colleges struggle to cope with a deepening funding crisis, a report commissioned by Minister for Education Ruairí Quinn has concluded.

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