Are you considering studying your master's degree in Europe? Master's degrees in Europe are usually referred to as second cycle degrees following the European Higher Education Area convention.
Use the search field above to find master's degrees from state-accredited institutions. You will be able to compare them by tuition fees, language of instruction and financial assistance options available for your studies in Europe. You may also use the filter tool to conveniently find the program that best meets your academic profile and your personal preferences.
Duration of a master's degree in Europe
A master's degree in Europe usually takes between one to two years of full-time study and students' workload is evaluated based on the ECTS system. According to this system, master's degrees in Europe are worth 60 to 120 ECTS or credits, i.e., 60 ECTS per year.
Earning a master's degree is a necessary requirement if you wish to study a PhD in Europe.
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