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4European education has always been valued highly. Today, the European Diploma of higher education institution can give graduates the opportunity to find a high-paying job, be a great specialist and gain invaluable knowledge and experience. Also the option, when foreign students after graduation stay to live in one of the EU countries, is relevant, which would have been impossible under normal conditions. One way or another, but the admission into the European higher education institution is seen by many foreign students as a good platform for the career development and whole life. But not all can pay for education in a foreign university, so students are looking for different ways to reduce training costs.

How to choose the university? First of all, when choosing a university, make sure that the quality of education there will be much higher than domestic, and that you expect good prospects for its completion. You must start from the specialty you are interested and looking to the institutions and schools included in the top 20-200 around the world, depending on your ambitions. Also, of course, you need to consider your preferences on the country and language, as well as the possibility of financing the program. In any case, it must be remembered that the study abroad should not be a goal in itself.

What degree is most possible to get abroad? The receiving of the first bachelor’s degree is complicated by the fact that training is often conducted in the national language. In English-speaking countries, as a rule, bachelor program is expensive, and funding opportunities are minimal. Therefore, the best option is to get the first degree in the homeland and continuing education (Master’s degree or doctorate) abroad. However, different countries have their own nuances.5 In the U.S., there are virtually no free magistrates, at the same time, post-graduate students for teaching and research assistantship are conversely paid additional scholarship. To enter a decent free Masters in France and Germany will not be difficult even for the average student, but scholarships are only to the most prominent.

The most expensive education in prestigious British universities – the highest level of education is noticed there, the classical system, wonderful teachers work and a diploma, for example, of Oxford is valued very highly in the world. But for those who are not willing to pay a premium for their education, have the opportunity to study at prestigious universities in other countries for free.

One of the most prosperous and developed regions of Europe is Scandinavia (Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark). And the highest in all of Europe budget is fixed here that is allocated to the development of education – about 7 – 8% of GDP. Scandinavians are very thorough in everything; they have achieved a good standard of life, but to dwell on the excellent quality of higher education in the external market do not hurry, avoiding a large influx of foreign students.

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Intent and results are different things

2011-04-14 11:47:36 by causeimthesquid

What you are doing is subsidizing people to be unemployed.
You subsidize something, you get more of it (why education, green energy, et al is subsidized). I don't doubt the good intentions, but it is reality of events that is more important. By making it profitable to be unemployed, people will remain unemployed longer.
I know you are a bleeding heart and nothing is going to change your mind about this, but for example "unemployment-insurance programs have been found to raise unemployment in many Western European countries in which unemployment rates have been far higher than the current U

Comparison with other countries

2006-08-18 09:27:42 by SciLite

Is certainly a strong indication that comprehensive sex education in schools results in lower teen pregnacy rates. (Easy availibilty of condoms and other contraceptives may also be a factor.) And it's not just the 4 countries in the above link. Among all developed countries, only Russia has a higher pregnacy rate among 15-19 year olds, and only some of the other eastern European contries eveb come close to the US's rate. Some of the contries have teen pregancy rates 6 or 8 times lower than the US's. There's a very strong correlation between good sex education and low pregnacy rates; the Netherlands in particular has very comprehensive sex education program in schools beginning with pre-teens and has a very low teen pregnacy rate

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