Category Archives: Colleges

EQUIS (European Quality Improvement System)

Since 1997, the EQUIS (European Quality Improvement System) seal of approval has been awarded to economic educational institutions around the world. In contrast to other institutional business accreditations, the EQUIS accreditation deliberately does not require worldwide standardization of training programs. Instead, the EQUIS accreditation, which comes from Europe, should primarily include regional and national peculiarities.… Read More »

Choice of Subject for Studying Abroad

After successfully completing a high school diploma, many plan to start studying. Before choosing a university and, if necessary, choosing a study country, the question arises: What should I study? The subjects offered are as numerous as they are diverse. Business studies, mechanical engineering, German and English, law, IT and medicine are particularly popular in… Read More »

Online Studies Abroad

Watching the professor’s political lecture in Canada at home? Chatting from the couch with your Australian fellow students about the question of the final homework of the marketing course? Online studies abroad offer all of this. Differences in online studies abroad Thanks to the possibilities of online studies abroad, it is no longer absolutely necessary… Read More »

Saint Petersburg State Polytechnic University (Russia)

St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University. The full name – Federal State Institution of Higher Education for Professional Training, the informal name – “Polytech”, or “Leningraski Politexnizheski Institut” LPI as it is known in Cuba). It is a center of higher education located in the city ​​of Saint Petersburg within the group of national research universities… Read More »

Brock University Review

Preparations I came up with the idea of ​​doing a semester abroad in March 2011 when I noticed that my 5th semester was not so packed and that with a bit of shifting modules, a semester abroad would be possible without “losing” a semester. I chose Canada because I wanted to go to an English-speaking… Read More »

Saint Mary’s University Review

Preparations The decision to spend a semester abroad was clear to me from the start of my studies. However, my original plan was to do this in Spain via the ERASMUS program. Since my language level was unfortunately not sufficient for this, it was important to find an alternative as soon as possible. Since my… Read More »

Thompson Rivers University Review

Studies Studying in Canada was comparable to studying in the Netherlands; the course content is very practical, a lot is done in team and project work and the courses are quite small, ie between 10 and 40 people per course. The relationship with the lecturers is therefore very personal; the lecturers take care of each… Read More »

Vancouver Island University Review

Academic information My host university was the Vancouver Island University (VIU) in Nanaimo, at which around 15,000 students, mostly at bachelor level, study. The Master in Business Administration is then the only course at Master’s level in which an international exchange student can enroll for a single semester. The main campus of the VIU is… Read More »

Griffith College Dublin Review

Before we started When I was looking around for my compulsory semester abroad, what would be suitable for me, I came across MicroEDU through a fellow student. It was clear to me from the start that I wanted to go to an English-speaking country and Ireland was already a little anchored in my mind. After… Read More »

Riga Stradins University Review

I finished the first medical semester at the RSU in Riga three weeks ago. What I found very positive overall was the fact that I was finally able to start studying medicine. After a year of waiting and hoping and worrying, it was great to start studying. According to Abbreviation Finder, RSU is the abbreviation of… Read More »