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Page last updated: 27 July 2010
Studying in Europe
Studying in another country is NOT simply for language students; whatever subject you are studying, time spent in another country could be of benefit to you.
The most obvious benefits are the chance to really improve your language skills, and the opportunity to get an in depth knowledge and understanding of another country and culture. Time spent abroad can also give you increased confidence and maturity, as you cope with the challenge of living and studying in another culture. These skills are attractive to employers and can give you an edge in the job market.
If you are a citizen of an EU Member State and you study in another EU Member State then you will only pay the same fees as a citizen of that state. However EEA citizens studying in other countries and EU citizens studying in EEA countries may be asked to pay more.
For more information on studying in another country please see the PLOTEUS - (The European Portal to Learning) website.