According to this system the credits can be transferred from one university to another in the same country as well as other universities of other countries as well if the students transfer from one university to another.
Each country follows their individual higher education system, but all are a part of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA). EHEA ensures that higher education systems across Europe are compatible with one another and that students, researchers and academicians in Europe can collaborate to study or work together more smoothly.
Qualifications across Europe are comparable through the European Qualifications Framework (EQF). Most study programs involve lectures and classes, with assessment through essays, exams and coursework. Some also include internshipsor work on industry-related projects.
Bachelor’s degree: 3 – 4 years
Master’s degree: 1 – 2 years
Doctorate/PhD: 3 – 4 years
You will find a huge range of higher education study programs on offer across Europe – Astrophysics, Biotechnology, Business, Chemical Engineering, Green energy management, Information Technology, International Relations, Law, Languages, Literature, Medicine, Sociology, Teaching, Tourism, Zoology, etc.
Most higher education study programs have a ‘modular’ structure. This means that you can build a personalised program by choosing several different modules or units of study each year from a wide selection. For example, if you are studying Fashion, you might choose one module on Fashion Marketing, one module on Textile Design, and one module on Ethical Textile Production.
Interested in more than one subject? You may be able to study a combination as part of your program, e.g. Business and French language.