Ready to Study Abroad?: The Top European Universities in 2018
Studying abroad next year and keen to make the most of your experience? Are you choosing to study in Europe? If so, read on. We combed the QS University Rankings for 2018 to find the best universities in Europe to study at next year.
Cambridge is one of the oldest universities in the world and has produced some of the most essential scientists in history from Sir Isaac Newton to Stephen Hawking.
If you’re looking for a university dedicated to innovation, research, and specialist subjects, Cambridge is your best bet.
Are you a future scientist hoping to gain international experience? Imperial College London is the #4 university in Europe and #8 in the world.
Imperial is different from any other university in the UK because of its commitment to the scientific community and its multidisciplinary approach to teaching and research.
Moreover, Imperial is based in South Kensington, a center of culture in the heart of London. The campus provides international students with an incredible experience with access to the world’s top researchers on campus and some of the most incredible museums, theaters, and galleries on their doorstep.
ETH Zurich embodies the values of Switzerland itself: intellectual freedom, entrepreneurial spirit, global responsibility, and an open mind.
In other words, ETH Zurich is home to the future pioneers of the future scientific community. Not convinced? Nobel laureate Albert Einstein called this university home.
Based a stone’s throw from the international center The Hague and an hour from Amsterdam, Delft University of Technology is establishing itself as an important STEM university not only in Europe but across the world.
The university features one of the largest university campuses in the world and includes a new media center, aerodynamics and propulsion lab, and typically Dutch parks and cycle paths for students to enjoy.
The University of Copenhagen is known for its research capacity – and it’s one of the best places to study.
The university partners with global research groups and private sector companies for a multi-dimensional experience. It’s also welcoming of international students, who are 10% of the total full-time student population.
Do you have your sights set on any of these top European universities in 2018? Where will you go? Let us know in the comments below.