Studying in Cyprus

Public and private institutes of higher education operate in Cyprus. The entrance criteria is determined by the university itself, so it is best to find out what the requirements are after...

Studying in Iceland

Iceland has seven universities, four of which are public and three private. The country also has other accredited institutions offering higher education. The academic year begins in September...

Studying in Honduras

Honduras is a country that has opened its doors to foreign students. Apart from the formal academic courses that anyone can study, if they have the correct entrance qualifications and...

Studying in Taiwan

With a highly developed technological industry and Hsinchu Science Park, Taiwan’s Silicon Valley, increasing greater numbers of students prefer to study in Taiwan. Taiwan has 165 institutions...

Studying in Ukraine

There are more than 20,000 students from over 100 countries studying in Ukraine’s 300 plus institutions of higher education. There are a number of reasons why so many students turn to Ukraine...

Studying in Mongolia

There are a large number of institutes of tertiary education in Mongolia. Out of the close to two hundred higher education institutes, nearly 50 are public and the remaining private. Seventy...

Studying in Guinea

Like many African nations, studying in Guinea presents a unique opportunity to both sample the culture and learn about some developmental issue first hand.

Among the institutions that...

Studying in Laos

With only one third of the population living in urban areas, Laos is at the cross roads of modernization. The setting is ideal for studying anything from international economics for business...