Study Abroad

'Europe is Open to You'

This booklet has been brought to you by Euroguidance and Eurodesk, with input from Susan Scott of Clondalkin Youth Service and Nicola Moran of Youth Work Ireland, Roscommon, to let you know that when it comes to further study, there are many options available abroad.
In fact, there are thousands of courses taught through English in Europe. Some Universities also offer intensive language courses to allow you to study in their language. This booklet gives you some tips and useful websites so that you can find out more about the amazing chances available to study in Europe.If you can’t find the answer you are looking for we are here to help you. Information and support are also available from your local youth information officer and guidance counsellor. We hope it won’t be long till you are dusting off your passport and packing your wheely bag on an new adventure to study in Europe.

Study in Europe: Country Information Sheets

Below you will find a series of PDFs providing information on specific European Countries in relation to:

  • Overview of options 
  • Institution types
  • Available Programmes
  • Information on Fees
  • The application process
  • Important dates
  • General entry requirements
  • Links to other relevant resources for that country

Please note:
These are ‘living’ documents. 
Every effort has been made to source information from impartial sources and ensure its accuracy. However, guidance counsellors and learners are advised to always double check specific details and processes directly with the Institutions themselves.

We welcome input from Guidance Counsellors who may have country specific information that they would like to share.

For information on countries not yet listed below go HERE