Study in Europe Information Sessions
Written on Thursday, 19 April 2012 14:56

EUNiCAS is running its next public information sessions at the end of the month, in London and Dublin, where you can learn about the opportunities to study in Europe, through English, both in 2012 and 2013. Find out about programme availability, entry requirements, application procedures, student support and much more.


Three-Quarters of English Universities to Cut Student Places
Written on Thursday, 29 March 2012 20:39

Daily Telegraph 29 March 2012

Almost 100 out of 130 universities in England could be forced to take fewer undergraduates this year numbers following the introduction of reforms designed to drive down tuition fees, it emerged.

Many members of the elite Russell Group are among those facing reductions, with Liverpool, Leeds, Manchester, Newcastle and Southampton being particularly hit.


Some Important Application Deadlines
Written on Monday, 26 March 2012 15:05

Over the next six weeks, the application deadlines are approaching for over sixty programmes in leading universities across Europe that can put you on the fast track to an international career. Of course there are a significant number of programmes that are open for applications until the end of June and even later but, if you are interested in any of the programmes below, you should contact EUNiCAS now to ensure your application arrives in time.


UK Students Lose Legal Challenge to Tuition Fees Increase
Written on Friday, 17 February 2012 00:00

Two teenagers have lost much of their legal battle against the raising of tuition fees in England. Callum Hurley, from Peterborough, and Katy Moore, from London, claimed the decision to allow fees to rise breached human rights and equality laws. The 17-year-olds had argued that higher fees would discriminate against poor and ethnic minority students.


Denmark University Applications Open
Written on Tuesday, 14 February 2012 15:51

Applications are now open for international students to apply for places in Danish Universities and University Colleges, which offer some excellent programmes of a top international standard.

Things you might not have known about Denmark:

- Three Danish Universities are ranked by Times Higher Education Supplement in the world’s top 200 universities, and five in the top 350

- Danish people are consistently ranked as the Happiest People in the World, including a recent survey by OECD

- Denmark has been ranked the 1st or 2nd most innovative country the world in a series of global innovation rankings over recent years

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