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Are you about to graduate from college, or did you already pass your Bachelor and are looking for the right Master degree? Or maybe you even finished your Masters and are looking for a PhD position but you have no good overview?

How to find and compare thousands of programmes and find the best one for you? Going abroad, staying in your own country, study online or maybe a combination? This is a very difficult and important decision that can have a big impact on your future. brings you the solution. The biggest European study choice platform offers students from all around the world to find and compare study options all over Europe as well as distance learning possibilities all around the world.

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On the websites you can compare degrees across countries and universities. You will find all information at one place: • Application deadlines • Start date of the programme • Duration • Tuition fee • Credit points

For many of the studies listed on our portals you can directly get in touch with the University of your interest by clicking the blue request information button and a contact person of the university will get in touch with you. In case there is no request information button you will most of the times find a green button that refers you directly to the programme page of the university. Once you found the right programme, you can check out, where you will find the biggest overview of

scholarships available in Europe – 16 Billion Euro – to finance your studies. On, the study experience exchange platform, you can read about the experiences of other students and write about your own experience at the same time. By doing so you do not only help other students to make the right choice: for each review left on STeXX, StudyPortals will donate to the Unicef Schools for Africa project. The project is helping the most disadvantaged children to go to school and get a good primary education.

But this is not it; apart from searching for courses and scholarships you can also read interesting articles on our websites, for example: • Overview of tuition fees at European Universities

• How to write a successful motivation letter for your Masters?

• 10 good reasons why to study Electrical Engineering and many more.

StudyPortals started out in 2007 as a spin-off from a couple of large international study associations that saw a massive information gap for finding international masters in Europe. International student associations are nowadays still our key partners in further developing our services, as well as informing students about the assistance that our portals can give

them. Almost all large international student associations are therefore our official partners, see the list here.

In 2009, the company was further professionalized by founding StudyPortals BV, a private enterprise. Today the StudyPortals team consists of 40+ people with 14 different nationalities, with the centre of our operations in Eindhoven, The Netherlands. Almost everyone in our team went to study abroad and that’s also what keeps us motivated as we consider international study experience extremely valuable to students´ development.

We currently have more than 1.300 participating universities in 40 European countries who publish their programmes on our websites. We cooperate with and are supported by the European Commission and many national institutes such as the DAAD (Germany), Nuffic (Netherlands), British Council (UK), SUI (Norway), OeAD (Austria) or (Spain).

Apart from that we have a group of student-ambassadors across the globe, both helping us with reviewing our contents as well as spreading our name to other students. Do you support studying internationally, and want to help others to do so as well? Contact us to become a student ambassador!

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