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Master of Chemistry Programs in Europe

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: September 15, 2020

Have you ever wondered what the products you're using and eating really consist of? Do you read the ingredients list on the back of a box with great interest? Do you look forward to experimenting with various substances in the lab? Chemistry can answer these questions and more, and you can turn your natural curiosity into a rewarding career with a Master of Chemistry. There are 89 Master of Chemistry Programs in Europe with an Average Tuition of Just 6,526 EUR - all 100% English-taught! 20 programs are zero tuition and there are 51 under 5,000 EUR per year. As…

Is Getting Master’s Degree Overseas Right for You?

Relevance: 56%      Posted on: June 18, 2017

Did you pass up study abroad opportunities during undergrad or did you study abroad and are eager to go overseas again? If this is you, I have great news: getting a graduate degree overseas is a great way to improve your career prospects while seeing the world. More and more, US graduates are supplementing their college education with a master's degree. Why? "Many entry level jobs today now require a master's and virtually all senior management and senior professional positions require a master's," says Brian D. Kelley, chief information officer at Portage County Information Technology Services. Also, having a master's…

Relevance: 55%      Posted on: October 26, 2019

12 Reasons to Go To Europe for Graduate School Have you ever thought of changing career directions or would you like to level up on your current career path? If so, you've probably considered getting a graduate degree. For those with a bachelor's degree, the traditional route is to move back into your parents' musty basement, subsisting only on cheap ramen noodles and put yourself into a bottomless pit of student debt that will insure you're never able to retire, buy a house, or gain even a smidgen of financial security, but there is another route to consider: go to…

Podcast: Parent’s Guide to College in Europe

Relevance: 46%      Posted on: January 6, 2018

Title Parent's Guide to College in Europe Episode Summary In this episode, Jenn talks about threshold model of collective behavior first introduced to us in Malcolm Gladwell’s amazing podcast, Revisionist History. This theory describes how some people within a group are more comfortable than others when acting against group norms. If you’re at all interested in college in Europe, I encourage you to listen to Gladwell’s podcast episode, The Big Man Can’t Shoot, which explains an academic concept using an accessible sports motif. Jenn’s guest for this episode is one of our members, Laura, whose daughter, Liza, is attending Anglo…

College in Europe Podcast

Relevance: 40%      Posted on: August 10, 2017

Our College in Europe podcast makes a complicated topic understandable. The Beyond the States podcast explores how attending the English- taught bachelor’s and master’s degree programs at European universities offers a solution to the many problems with higher education in the US. Jenn Viemont will provide inside information about the benefits and options in Europe. She interviews European administrators, higher education experts, and American students who are currently studying in Europe. Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes Here's a listing of episodes along with their show notes. If you don't know how to listen to a podcast, here's how from This…

Architecture Masters: What Are the Options in Europe?

Relevance: 39%      Posted on: September 15, 2020

I was listening to one of my favorite podcasts recently, 99% Invisible, and then I realized we've never really focused on one of my favorite subjects, architecture. If you're interested in learning about the options for architecture masters degrees in Europe, you're in the right place! The podcast episode talked about kidney shaped swimming pools, the birth of skateboarding, and concluded with an interesting connection with education in Europe that I won't spoil. I'll also plug another favorite episode from  99% Invisible on La Sagrada Família in Barcelona.  The story of this building combines intrigue, adventure, the Spanish Civil War,…

Architecture Masters: What Are the Options in Europe?

Relevance: 38%      Posted on: October 14, 2020

I was listening to one of my favorite podcasts today, 99% Invisible, and when I realized we've never really focused on one of my favorite subjects, architecture. If you're interested in learning about the options for architecture masters in Europe you're in the right place. The podcast episode talked about kidney shaped swimming pools, the birth of skateboarding, and concluded with an interesting connection with education in Europe that I won't spoil. I'll also plug another favorite episode from  99% Invisible on La Sagrada Família in Barcelona.  The story of this building combines intrigue, adventure, the Spanish Civil War, and…

Podcast: What’s My Major?

Relevance: 35%      Posted on: April 8, 2018

Show Notes Title: The What’s My Major List Description One difference between college in the US and Europe is that in Europe incoming students must apply to a specific program, so they must know what they want to study. For students who don’t know what they want to study, this aspect can lead to worry. In this podcast, Jenn announces the availability of our “What’s My Major?” offering that helps students determine their field of study. Notes Recommended Podcast: The Europeans Best Fit List Offering Database Tour Webinar

Three Reasons Students Are Going To Europe For Graduate School

Relevance: 32%      Posted on: August 24, 2018

In 2015, I stumbled on the existence of English-taught full degree programs held at European universities. My kids were teenagers and I had a number of concerns about higher education in the US-from ever increasing cost to opaque admissions process to varying quality- so I decided to explore whether to keep this possibility on our radar. Prior to this, I assumed that an international student would have to know a foreign language to study in Europe. I certainly had no idea that, in non-Anglophone countries in Europe, there are over 700 accredited universities offering almost 8,000 full bachelor’s and master’s degree…

Podcast: Why Not to Go to College in Europe

Relevance: 32%      Posted on: February 18, 2018

Beyond the States Podcast Show Notes Title Why Not to Go to College in Europe Episode Summary After reading a blog post from a college counselor that declared that the US post secondary education system was globally superior, Jenn felt compelled to respond. Here are her answers to the naysayers. Resources Beyond the States Blog Link What's Your Threshold blog Malcolm Gladwell Podcast Employers Hire Interns Harvard Business Review Study Employability Blog Best Fit List