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More Information on Quality of Higher Education in Belgium, the Netherlands, Denmark and Germany

Higher education in Belgium, The Netherlands, Denmark and Germany enjoys a worldwide reputation for its high standards. This is achieved through a national system of regulation and quality assurance. In every country, a Ministry, usually of Education, Culture or Science is responsible for legislation pertaining to education.

Students will be awarded recognized degrees only after completing an accredited degree programme. Accredited programmes will be listed in the Central Register of Higher Education Programmes.

More Information on Degree Programmes in Europe

English taught programmes include Bachelor, Masters or PhD. The Netherlands have the largest number of English-taught Bachelor degree programmes (more than 1500) and have increasingly focussed on attracting students from all over the world. Internationalisation has now become high on the agenda for a lot of the universities in Denmark, and Germany too.

Bachelor Degree in Europe

A research university bachelor's programme requires 3 years of study (180 credits). Graduates obtain a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science (BA/BSc) degree, depending on the discipline. A Bachelor's degree programme offered by universities of applied sciences requires 4 years of study (240 credits).

Master Degree in Europe

A research-oriented master's programme requires 1, 2 or sometimes even 3 years (60-180 credits) of study. Graduates obtain a Master of Arts or Master of Science (MA/MSc) degree. A Master's degree awarded in the applied arts and sciences requires the completion of 60-120 credits. For Master programs you may need to get in touch with the institution in order to check their admission criteria.

Some examples of English-taught Degree Programmes

Listed below are a few examples of universities that offer English-taught Bachelor and Master programs. With all of these, EU Study Support works closely together to provide you valuable information that suits your study plans. Click on the university logos below for further information or contact us directly via phone or email.

Saxion University of Applied Sciences Zealand Institute of Business and Technology
University of Twente


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