Are you planning to move to Europe to pursue your education? Well, that will be a good decision. Europe has some of the best universities in the world that offer high-quality education. To help you decide, here are the top-rated universities and higher-education institutions in Europe:
University of Oxford
Believed to be established in the 13th century, the University of Oxford has remained to be one of the most prestigious universities in the world. It has the largest library system in the United Kingdom with over 11 million volumes. It also has museums, including the Ashmolean which is UK’s oldest museum and the world’s oldest university museum. It features the world of Picasso, Michelangelo, and Turner.
University Of Cambridge
Also established in the 13th century, the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom ranks number 20 in the World’s Best Universities, according to UniRank. It is also the fourth-oldest surviving university in the world. Apart from their academic services, this university also offers non-academic facilities to their students, including housing and administrative services.
Imperial College London
The Imperial College London is the only higher-education institution in the United Kingdom that focuses on science, engineering, medicine, and business. It is considered one of the most international universities in the world, attracting thousands of students from over 130 countries every year. As a matter of fact, they have launched the European Partners Fund to collaborate with researchers in EU nations.
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich
Most commonly known in Switzerland as Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich (ETH Zurich), Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich is considered the best university in Switzerland. It specializes in science, technology, mathematics, and engineering. In 2016, it ranked number 8 in the World’s Best Universities, as per QS World University Rankings.
University College London
London’s first university, the University College London (UCL) is the third largest university in the United Kingdom. It is also the first university to admit students regardless of religious beliefs. According to some accounts, it was also the first university to admit women.
Apart from these five, there are more universities all across Europe that offers world-class education.