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EU citizens studying in Germany pay only a few hundred euros in fees

Expand your horizons by going to university abroad

International study can be a life-changing experience, just make sure you know what you are letting yourself in for

A grand tour for the modern age

Stephen Hoare looks at the incentives for studying at European universities

A golden age for Dutch Masters

Low tuition fees and the quality of student life mean there's never been a better time for postgraduate study in Holland

Living in Holland: Find your feet on two wheels

From the ubiquitous bicycle to three kisses on the cheeks – how to survive student life in the Netherlands

'I borrow the tuition fees and get full grants'

Lower course costs and the possibility of work can help savvy UK students graduate from the Netherlands almost debt free

It's all refreshingly informal

Dutch universities ask for a motivation letter, CV and grades. Once you've found where you want to go, just apply directly

The University of Groningen has been voted ‘most recommended’ in an international student poll for the third year running

The Netherlands: A modern outlook to learning

Are you looking for practical professional training, personal tutoring or a more traditional academic environment?

Picture perfect: a place where the mind can flourish

High ranking universities, more time with your tutor – and lower fees than the UK. There's a lot to tempt prospective students

The global social network

International universities are weaving a worldwide web of opportunity for their students, Jessica Moore discovers

Rising fees have encouraged students to examine all their options

The barrier is all in your mind

Studying abroad is an increasingly common way for students to earn their degree, writes Jessica Moore

Exploring a potential future home early is worthwhile

A clearer picture of foreign study

Student fairs and proper research can help give you some crucial insights into overseas education, says Jessica Moore

Expand your horizons with an education from the east

Leon Hood explores UK students’ options for pursuing medicine and dentistry in eastern Europe

Swap one island lifestyle for another

Head to the Caribbean to enrol on a course that could change your life, writes Simon Midgeley

Why travel can be the best medicine if you miss out on a UK place

With competition to get into medical schools hotting up, many students are looking abroad, says Russ Thorne

A glorious climate makes Spain particularly appealing

Spain has a lot to offer aspiring medical or dental students. Entry requirements tend to be slightly lower than they are in the UK, and it usually costs less to live there. Yet that doesn’t mean you’ll receive a poorer education. Spain offers advanced teaching facilities in modern universities, courses taught in English, and the chance to experience Spanish culture first-hand.

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