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Study & Settle in Central EUROPE



Central Europe are Germany, Poland, Austria, Slovakia and Hungary. Switzerland and Croatia would also belong to Central Europe, as well as Bosnia-Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia, The Republic of Macedonia and albania.

They are a beautiful country attracting several international students from all around the world. Studying in Central Europe involves a lower cost of living ...

Sound smart around your friends and family, Brag about the exquisite food (Affordable Cost), Be artsy, It's a traveller's dream, Great public transportation, Or bike your way to a healthier lifestyle, Simply because it will change your life.


Some facts about GERMANY

  • Germany has a population of 81 million people.
  • One-third of Germany is still covered in forests and woodlands.
  • Germany is a member of the European Union.
  • 65% of the highways in Germany (Autobahn) have no speed limit.
  • University is free for everyone (even non-Germans).
  • There are over 2100 castles in Germany.
  • There are over 1,500 different beers in Germany.
  • Germany is the seventh-largest country in Europe. Covering an area of 137,847 square miles, of which 34,836 square miles is covered by land and 3,011 square miles contains water.



Most of the German universities are public institutions, and students traditionally study without fee payment. The general requirement for university is the Abitur. According to an OECD report in 2014, Germany is the world's third leading destination for international study. The established universities in Germany include some of the oldest in the world, with Heidelberg University (established in 1386) being the oldest. The Humboldt University of Berlin, founded in 1810 by the liberal educational reformer Wilhelm von Humboldt, became the academic model for many Western universities. In the contemporary era Germany has developed eleven Universities of Excellence.


Some facts about AUSTRIA

  • Vienna has the highest quality of life in the world  

  • Austrians are top recyclers, Greenest of the world’s nations, recycling more than any other country. 

  • Around 63% of all waste is recycled in Austria. 

  • Vienna was a hub for creatives throughout the 19th century, the birthplace of some of the world’s most prominent artists.  

  • The notorious Habsburg Dynasty was one of Europe’s most powerful empires.  

  • Austria is the only European Union nation that is not a member of NATO.  

  • Austro-Hungarian Baroness Bertha von Suttner was the first woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize in 1905.  

  • One of the world’s best-known Austrians is Arnold Schwarzenegger.


Education System in Austria

The universities in Austria universities differ greatly from one another both in terms of size and structure. Students who wish to continue their education in Austria with study programs at classical universities in Vienna, Graz, Innsbruck, Klagenfurt, Linz and Salzburg cover a broad spectrum of different academic subjects. Specialized universities for education in Austria, for example the University of Leben, concentrate on special theoretical and applied disciplines.

Some facts about SWITZERLAND


  • University Is Cheap-Ish.

  • The Most Innovative Country in the World.

  • One of the Countries With the Highest Quality of Life

  • The Least Obese European Country

  • They Have Four National Languages

  • Highest Salary and Job Security

  • Europe’s Highest Railway Station in Switzerland.

According to international student testimonies, Switzerland is considered a great place to receive higher education in Europe. ... Three more universities in Switzerland were rated “very good”, including ETH Zurich – Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, the University of Lausanne and the University of Zurich.


Advantages for  Admission waala Candidates:-

  • Analysis of Profile and Best Solution to pursue suitable course to secure placement in Europe.  

  • Entrance Test & Language Coaching arrangements, if required  Low Cost Living Support.  

  • Planning to Cover Living Cost through Part Time Jobs.  

  • Local Support to Candidates till settlement.  

  • Regular follow up with student and career guidance to shape up the career path.