Citizens of EU member states enjoy a lot of advantages that such a union provides, which makes it easy for them to travel, study, work or even move to any other member state. Moreover, a lot of young people use this opportunity to study abroad, in some countries even for free, or simply gain experience that might come in handy later on in life.
There are many exchange programs financed and supported by the European Union and its member states. There is a lot to check out.
According to the European Commission, the gender pay gap in the EU stands at 14.1% and has only changed minimally over the last decade.
The small country Estonia is turning into a mekka for start-ups, especially in the IT sector.
It’s great to be able to study in the EU, but what happens when you graduate? Can you stay and work in the EU as well?
In such a diverse environment, both culturally and linguistically, learning a foreign language is always a significant advantage.
Some of the most reputable universities are located in Europe. While studying for free in those universities mostly applies to students coming from EU and EEA countries, there are some other countries where no tuition fees are charged, regardless of your home country.
Between 2020 and 2021 micro-enterprises grew by around 100.00 new businesses, small enterprises fell by around 10.000 businesses, and medium-sized enterprises fell by 2.000 businesses. This clearly shows that smaller businesses thrived, while larger businesses suffered a lot.
Based on the latest statistics, European students love Business, Administration and Law as their core subjects to study with over 1.2 million Europeans graduating with a degree in these subject alone.