After 2 study abroad experiences in college I wanted nothing more than to live abroad again…specifically in Europe. I yearned for the architecture, the food… EasyJet! I loathed having a car or the idea that I needed to ‘get a real job’. It was as if my family and friends thought having global experiences was detrimental to my future/career and that all it was was a vacation. They didn’t understand how it transformed me, pushed me out of my comfort zone and helped me grow. To appease my parents and keep my heart from breaking, I chose to attend graduate school in Europe (instead of what I really wanted to do — travel).

It seemed like the responsible thing to do.

Grad School in Europe sounds crazy right? Well, I figured that:

  • I’d get to live in Europe for another 2 years,
  • I’d leave with a master’s degree ; and 
  • I’d get to live live in multiple countries (it was a multi-site master’s program).

Win-win, right? While my motives for enrolling in the master’s program were far from calculated at first, it ended up putting me on the professional trajectory I’m on now. One that I love and am so grateful for.

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        • Is going to grad school in Europe the right choice for me?
        • How will a degree from Europe advance my career?
        • What will it be like to be an international student in Europe?
        • Where do I start my search for a program?
        • How do I choose the right program for me?
        • How do I manage the application process and prepare the best application materials possible?
        • What do I do once I’m accepted

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3 thoughts on “Grad School in Europe: Choosing, Applying to & Financing A Master’s Degree in Europe

  1. Really enjoyed reading this as it helped clarify many things (motivation, benefits, etc) through focused reflection questions. I particularly found the reflection and comparison worksheets and charts provided to be great for organizing my thoughts. I would encourage anyone considering grad school in Europe to read through this first. It’s an excellent resource!

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