Minglebox Education News - europefaq http://www.minglebox.com/news Education News and Views that you can use. en-us Sat, 24 Feb 2018 12:21:11 GMT Sat, 24 Feb 2018 12:21:11 GMT http://www.minglebox.com/rss Minglebox Feed Generator contact@minglebox.com contact@minglebox.com 5 Minglebox Education News 142 18 http://www.minglebox.com/news http://www.minglebox.com/images/global/logo-of-minglebox.gif <![CDATA[What is the visa application procedure for Ireland?]]> All non-EU students planning to study in Ireland should consult either the Irish Embassy or the Consulate for details on the student visa. You could also check with the Department of Foreign affairs for the details. All students are advised to apply well in advance for the student visa as it takes six to eight weeks for the processing of visa application.   Documents required: Valid Passport: The passport should be valid for atleast 6 months after the completion of your course. Evidence of the course: You will have to provide the letter of acceptance from the..

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Sat, 08 Sep 2012 06:36:28 GMT data-0001-fdbffe8539a12c900139a497ffd827b2
<![CDATA[ What is the admission procedure and entry requirement for France?]]> All non-European union countries students willing to enroll themselves in the first year undergraduate program should apply through the French Embassy in the respective home country. Foreign students who hold a foreign secondary school leaving certificate and wish to enroll for the first stage of a university degree course must follow the preliminary admission procedure. You can request a preliminary admission pack from the French embassy in your country (Department for Cultural Action and Co-operation, French cultural centre, Centre for Studies in France, etc.) These centers will provide you..

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Sat, 08 Sep 2012 06:42:26 GMT data-0001-fdbffe8539a12c900139a49d77fe2d15
<![CDATA[What is the structure of higher education system in Netherlands?]]> The higher education system in Netherland has a binary system i.e. there are two types of programs namely research oriented education and professional higher education. The research oriented programs are traditionally offered by the research universities, while the professional higher education is offered by universities of applied sciences. The research universities include other components like the general universities, open university and universities specializing in engineering and agriculture. These universities focus primarily on research oriented programs in a wide range of..

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Sat, 08 Sep 2012 06:20:38 GMT data-0001-fdbffe8539a12c900139a489821d184a
<![CDATA[What are the job prospects in Europe?]]> Many students who aspire to study abroad choose a destination based on the quality of the education system and the job prospects. However, job hunting in a foreign land is never easy. In a continent like Europe it becomes all the more challenging given the diversity of the countries and the recruitment practices.  You are bound to come across various differences in the job market and the work culture. Getting a job depends on your qualification, skills and also personal qualities. It is very important for you to have made a decision on the career path you would like to tread on to remain..

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Sat, 08 Sep 2012 06:05:04 GMT data-0001-fdbffe8539a12c900139a47b3ec30b23
<![CDATA[What is the cost of studies in Switzerland? Can I expect any financial support?]]> Cost of studies: Though the cost of living is not cheap in Switzerland, the low cost of studies balances the cost factor. In fact, Switzerland one of the cheapest places in the world to study in. On a general basis, the international students pay the same fee as the local students although some universities may have a slight mark-up in the fee structure. On an average, the tuition fee would be US$1,190. Funding your studies: The Swiss government offers various governmental Scholarships to help students with higher education. Firstly, students must check with the Swiss embassy..

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Sat, 08 Sep 2012 05:43:59 GMT data-0001-fdbffe8539a12c900139a467f1987811
<![CDATA[What is the application procedure and cost of studies in Poland?]]> Application and entry requirements: All foreign applicants seeking admissions in the Polish universities must meet the entry requirements as prescribed by the University’s law and Polish law. It is very important for students to meet the qualification criteria while applying for Poland university. Your qualifications must be equivalent to the Polish certificates of secondary education, bachelors or masters degree. Documents to be submitted: Filled out application form for enrolment Application form with curriculum vitae Medical certificate Proof of..

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Sat, 08 Sep 2012 05:27:13 GMT data-0001-fdbffe8539a12c900139a45899816852
<![CDATA[What are the types of universities in Spain and what are the application procedure and entry requirements?]]> Types of universities : The university system of Spain is made of four types of universities: University schools or escuelasuniversitarias offer short term three year courses. University colleges or colegiosuniversitarios where the first three years of study leading to a licenciado is completed. Faculties or facultades that offer long term courses in all academic disciplines with exception to technical courses. Higher technical schools of engineering and architecture or escuela superior de ingeniería y arquitectura offer long term technical courses. ..

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Sat, 08 Sep 2012 05:10:04 GMT data-0001-fdbffe8539a12c900139a448e83a5c51
<![CDATA[What is the visa application process for Germany and what are the types of visas available?]]> All international students planning to pursue a full-time career in Germany are required to apply for a student visa. You can apply for the student visa German embassy or consulate in your home country. Types of student Visa: There are two types of student visa: Schengen-Visa - which is granted for students pursuing a short term course for up to three months per half-yearly period. Students with this particular pass must leave the country latest by the end of three months. National Visa- this is the type of visa that grants long time stay in Germany. Students..

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Sat, 08 Sep 2012 05:01:53 GMT data-0001-fdbffe8539a12c900139a441688756cf
<![CDATA[What is the structure of higher education system in Russia? What is the application procedure?]]> Higher education in Russia: The higher education sector in Russia is made of four types of educational institutions. These include: (1) Universities: Russia is the house of more than 650 state universities. Of two types; classical and technical, these universities offer a wide range of courses be it in medical, engineering, humanities or economics. The Russian universities carry the legacy of more than 100 years and offer degrees that are reputable across the globe.  About 80% of the professors who teach in the universities of Russia hold a PhD degree, adding to the quality..

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Sat, 08 Sep 2012 04:53:05 GMT data-0001-fdbffe8539a12c900139a4395831512a
<![CDATA[What is the general application procedure for UK?]]> There is no central admissions system for postgraduate courses in the UK. You will have to apply directly to the educational institution concerned and each one will have a slightly different application procedure. There is however a generic form that is accepted by most institutions, which you can get at your local British Council office. Given below is the general application procedure: What goes into an application varies from institution to institution. Some only require a letter while others will want a complete academic history and research plan. What is most usual is to fill out..

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Sat, 08 Sep 2012 04:32:58 GMT data-0001-fdbffe8539a12c900139a426f06d47aa
<![CDATA[Which are the top European countries to study in?]]> The continent of Europe has many countries that have progressed in the educational sector over the past years. The educational system in each country is different from the other. So being the case, students planning to study in Europe will have to indulge in extensive research before applying for a particular institute. However, the top countries of Europe include: United Kingdom Germany Russia Switzerland France Spain Netherlands Poland Ireland Turkey Click here for details on the Top countries to study in Europe

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Sat, 08 Sep 2012 04:14:31 GMT data-0001-fdbffe8539a12c900139a41609813d20
<![CDATA[What kind of visa should I apply for to study in Europe?]]> International students from non-EU countries require obtaining a student visa to study in Europe. All international students who belong to a country, which is not a member of the European Union, should apply for the Schengen  National /Type D visa if they intend to stay in the European countries for duration longer than 90 days.  Holders of this particular visa type should stay only in the issuing country. However, candidates who wish to travel in Europe can obtain a visitor visa /Type C visa for visiting other Schengen countries.  Holders of Type D visa must apply for separate..

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Sat, 08 Sep 2012 03:48:08 GMT data-0001-fdbffe8539a12c900139a3fde2682dfc