The University of Utrecht, the Netherlands, is ranked 86th in the Times Higher Education (THE) world university rankings, 2017. In addition to being affordable, the campus is a home for students from all over the world.
Phil Baty, the editor of the World University Rankings at Times Higher Education, said that cities like Utrecht, Cape Town in Africa, and Daejeon in South Korea have universities in the Top 100, showing the options available to students. . While the rankings lead the US and UK, there are also Asian and European countries on the list.
Asian and European countries
Asian and European countries include universities in Germany, Sweden, Belgium, Japan, South Korea, Switzerland, and Finland. The University of Hong Kong is ranked 43rd, the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) in South Korea is 89th and the University of Cape Town in South Africa is 148th out of the top 150. universities on the list.
RSS Mani, vice president for institutional development at the ITM group of institutions, said the university’s environmental location shouldn’t matter much. Rather, students must consider whether the university is trustworthy, the courses it offers, whether the country is immune from political troubles, and whether or not students can adapt well.
According to education consultants, classes in Sweden are very well planned and the teaching staff is also of good quality.
Sweden has five world-renowned universities
Sweden has five world-renowned universities with a huge force of foreign students. The Karolinska Institute in Stockholm is ranked 28 according to the Times Higher Education ranking. It has a wide scope for research, English lessons, and many students from all over the world.
According to an advisory service, if a student wants to learn subjects like genetics, molecular biology or agricultural engineering, Finland is a place to be. It offers an eighteen-month work permit after the end of the course, hassle-free immigration policies, and a better-shared culture. The University of Helsinki, Finland, is ranked 91st on the Times Higher Education list.
Digital and communities at Times Higher Education World University
Chris Parr, editor of digital and communities at Times Higher Education World University Rankings, said that Hong Kong has six of the universities in the top 500 in the Times Higher Education ranking and that the majority of university courses are taught in English and that the universities have good grades. associations. with employers, making it easier to get a job after graduation.
China offers good job prospects for foreign students in multinational companies (MNEs), according to an online consulting firm.
For students who wish to pursue a career in photography or graphic design, Poland is the final destination. Classes are taught by renowned professionals from around the world and classes are affordable too.
South Korea is the ideal place for computer courses and jobs. Although the cost of tuition can be relatively low and the scholarship programs are easy to use, the cost of living is expensive in some European countries. Finding cheap accommodation in Stockholm takes time.
The Times Higher Education editor noted that most universities are still in the process of establishing their status in the world. Employers are on the lookout for a degree from a reputable institution in a country that is known for its high-quality education, such as the United States or the United Kingdom, than for a degree from a university that is not. You may not have heard of it before.
Experts say that due to the small communities of Indian students in unusual countries, one can feel like a foreigner, especially if English is not their first language. At first, it is difficult to understand the new culture, but gradually you adapt to it.