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Last Updated: 01. September 2017

Best Universities in Europe 2018

On a yearly basis, students from all over the world decide where they want to start their higher education. Choosing the right university isn’t only challenging but also a mentally draining activity. Students who are considering studying abroad can find themselves being emotionally exhausted when it comes to choosing the right university at a distance and finding the right information regarding tuition fees, local cost of living, or any other money-sensitive factors.

This blog by Market Inspector features two interactive Google Maps with the top 35 universities located in Europe. The first interactive Google Map tracks university ranking taken from topuniversities.com; where following criterias were taken into account:

  • Academic reputation
  • Citation per faculty
  • Employer reputation
  • Faculty student
  • International faculty
  • International students

According to the top universities ranking, 17 out of 35 universities are located in the United Kingdom, which makes British education indisputably one of the most valued in Europe. Nevertheless, one of the best education systems in Europe is not free and a tuition fee is applied for European and non-European students. For 2017/2018 full-time study annual fee is £9,250. When talking about best universities within Europe and without tuition fees, German universities are the clear leaders with three universities.

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If you want to share this interactive Google Map, simply copy the code below:

<iframe src="https://www.google.com/maps/d/embed?mid=17CEoM-JaZG3D1y1BtNrXsm1KSEU" width="770" height="480"></iframe><br><em>Created by: </em><a href="https://www.market-inspector.co.uk/">Market Inspector</a>

 

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The second interactive Google Map’s university ranking is based on a monthly living cost in the city where is the university located. The main goal of ranking university by monthly living expenses is to help students to calculate their monthly budget. According to the cost of living ranking, the cheapest city to study is Moscow, Russia, where monthly costs are at £470.

The runner-up position is Birmingham, England, with £567 on a monthly basis. After Birmingham, there are 11 other cities from the United Kingdom which makes this country one of the most affordable places to live in while acquiring one of the best educations in Europe at the same time. Please note that monthly living cost was taken from numbeo and price excludes monthly rent. Moreover, remember that how much money you actually need is dependent on your lifestyle and spending habits.

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If you want to share this interactive Google Map, simply copy the code below:

<iframe src="https://www.google.com/maps/d/embed?mid=1yz1KLx_tROCQVGj4dxk2m-64Dqw" width="770" height="480"></iframe><br><em>Created by:</em><a href="https://www.market-inspector.co.uk/">Market-Inspector</a>

 

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