Our website has been designed to be as user friendly and straightforward as possible, registration and use is totally FREE of charge to all users. The registration process itself takes a few minutes and once completed you will have unlimited access to ALL areas of the site. Please note you will not be able to interact with the “Search Universities” or the “Student Social” pages until you have registered. Once you have registered, please also take the time to complete your profile at some point as this will significantly improve your StudyZone experience, as well as helping you target courses according to your individual requirements.
To register now click the following link login/registration and then click the “Create Account” button.
Search Universities Database:
Once registered, your account and profile will be set up this will allow you to search our universities database, which is probably one of the most comprehensive and in-depth of its kind available, allowing you to easily compare and save your preferred choice of educational institutions through using several specific criteria including:Country, Degree Type, Course Type, Course Category, Keyword, Total Yearly Fees Once you have entered your search a list of your selected universities is then generated, allowing you to “click and view” a detailed “PROFILE” for each institution, giving you all the relevant information needed to make an informed decision including: Tuition, enrolment, living & accommodation costs Course duration All English taught courses offered Language requirements Accommodation information Work opportunities Contact emails Web-links Additional information You also have the ability to save profiles to your “Favourite Universities” allowing you to shortlist and easily compare institutions at your leisure. To try it out now simply login and click the “Search Universities” tab. Student Social: Is essentially an online community of like-minded people that allows you to interact and socialise with other students through a selection of topics. This is great for finding out information about student life and experiences in other countries, and also adding comments and posts about your own experiences.
You can also start your own topics and easily search and sort topics, click social to check it out. (Please note when you login, you will automatically be logged into the Social Topics)
These can be found on our home-page and gives you invaluable advice, detailed information and data as well as useful web-links on various topics including:Why Should You Study in Europe? Who can Study in Europe? About Higher Education in Europe Student Grants and Funding Useful Web-Sites and Links The European Credit Transfer System The European Higher Education Area Helpful European Education Conventions and Processes
Allows you to look through frequently asked questions and also submit your own questions that may be added to the list.