Europe has been the most preferred destination for higher studies. The great universities in Europe are well known for providing quality education, student centric academic courses, hospitable environment and amazing career scope. Every year thousands of students from across the continents flock here to pursue their dream. Choosing the right university is also important and so we bring to you top 10 universities in Europe.
The list is compiled keeping in mind various factors like campus structure, recruitment policy, academic performance, student strength, curriculum and practical exposure, to name a few.
10- Kings College London- Regarded as the top multidisciplinary university in the world, this college was established in the year 1829 by King George IV and the Duke of Wellington. Today, this college has five campuses, and around 8 faculties.
9-Ludwig Maxmilian University- The oldest university in Germany, this public research institute is the second largest in terms of student population. And why not, with more than 15 different faculties and departments offering various subjects to study. Also, the list of high profile alumni adds to the reputation of the college which attracts students from all around the world.
8-Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Laussane– Majorly known for providing exceptional academic experience in natural science and engineering, this university has three main agenda of education namely education, research and technology
7-Karolinska Institute- A medical university situated in Solna in Sweden, Karolinska is known for being the best in providing medical degrees in the world. As a matter of the fact, the Nobel Assemble at the Karolinska Institute awards the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.
6-University of Edinburgh- Ranked as the 6th best university in Europe, this university carries a culture with it, thus giving it the reputation of an intellectual center, and for this particular matter this University is also known as the Athens of North.
5-London School of Economics and Political Science- Located in London and established in the year 1895 by the members of the Fabian Society namely- George Bernard Shaw, Sidney Webb, Beatrice Webb and Graham Wellas. Popularly known as LSE, it ranks second in the world for providing education in Social Science, just behind the very famous Harvard University.
4-Swiss Federal Institute of Technology- Much like its counterpart this university is also known for providing academic excellence in the field of science, mathematics, engineering and technology. Currently this institute has two campuses and more than six faculties.
3-Imperial College London- One of the most renowned university in London, much emphasis is given on the learning and development of students. Along with this, the university teaches its students about emerging technology and gives much needed practical exposure. Currently the university is organized in four faculties, namely- faculties of science, engineering, medicine, and business.
2-University of Cambridge- Cambridge is the second-oldest university UK and the world’s third-oldest surviving university. It is formed after collaborating 31 constituent colleges and 100 plus academic departments organized in six schools.
1-University of London- The largest in terms of number of full time students, the University of London has 18 constituent colleges, 9 research institutes and handful of central bodies.