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GermanyThe Republic of Germany is located in Central Europe, consists of 16 federal states and the capital is Berlin. Germany is home to around 81.9 million people and is a founding member of the EU, making the euro the currency. In Germany there are universities, technical universities and technical colleges, art colleges and colleges that are recognized by the state and the state or are privately run. Most of them offer the most diverse MBA and master's degree programs.


The Republic of Austria is located in Central Europe, is divided into 9 federal states and has Vienna as the capital. Around 8.4 million people live in Austria, it is an EU member and the currency is therefore the euro. In Austria there are various state universities (in Vienna, Linz, Graz, Salzburg, Innsbruck, Klagenfurt, Leoben and Krems an der Donau), but also private universities and technical colleges.


Switzerland (or Swiss Confederation) is a democratic landlocked country in Central Europe. According to the Federal Constitution, it has no capital, but a seat of the federal authorities in the federal city of Bern. Almost 8 million people live in Switzerland, and the currency is the Swiss franc. In Switzerland there are university colleges, technical colleges and teacher training colleges where Bachelor and Master courses are offered everywhere.


The parliamentary monarchy is the sixth largest country in the world in terms of area, it includes the continent of Australia as well as the island offshore Tasmania and other small islands, the capital is Canberra. Australia is located in the southern hemisphere and is inhabited by around 22.5 million people, the currency is the Australian dollar. Australia has 38 state and 2 private universities, the oldest of which is the University of Sydney. Tuition fees are mandatory for students abroad.


The Kingdom of Belgium is a country in Western Europe, located on the North Sea and is divided into three regions or communities with Brussels as the capital. Belgium has three official languages, namely Dutch, French and German. Belgium has almost 11 million inhabitants, is an EU member and therefore has the euro as its currency. Belgium has 11 universities, there are also numerous universities and some art colleges. The very well-known European College is also located in Bruges, Belgium.


BrazilThe Federal Republic of Brazil is the fifth largest country in terms of area and population, making up 47% of the American continent. The capital is Brasília, around 192.5 million people live throughout the country and the real is the currency. There are 150 universities in Brazil, just over half of the universities are state-run. They are freely accessible and free of charge for all prospective students with a qualifying school qualification after passing an entrance exam. Private universities are financed by different tuition fees, but the equipment and quality of teaching often fluctuate.


The People's Republic of China, located in East Asia, is divided into 22 provinces and has the capital Beijing. Mainland China is almost the size of the entire United States. China has around 1.4 billion inhabitants and the official currency is the renminbi. There are over 2,200 colleges and universities in China, the best of which are located in Beijing, for example Tsinghua University or Peking University, and other very good ones are Nanjing University in Nanjing or Fudan University in Shanghai.


The Kingdom of Denmark is located in Northern Europe, its territory also includes the Faroe Islands and its capital is Copenhagen. Around 5.5 million people live in the heart of Denmark, it is an EU member and the currency of the euro. There are nine state universities in Denmark, including five full universities and four monodisciplinary / specialized universities. There is also, for example, Selandia as a private university for technology, business and management. Danish universities and technical colleges offer more than 500 master's programs and 1000 courses in English.


The French Republic is largely located in Western Europe and is divided into 27 regions, the capital being Paris. Around 65.5 million people live in France and through their EU membership, the euro is the national currency. In France, academic education is shaped by so-called grandes écoles and universities.

Great Britain

The United Kingdom of Great Britain (England, Scotland, Wales) and Northern Ireland is a sovereign state off the north-west coast of continental Europe, the capital is London. Around 61.8 million people live in the UK and the official currency is the pound sterling. In the UK there are universities such as Cambridge, Durham, Oxford and the University of London as well as economically independent university colleges.

Hong Kong

Hong KongHong Kong is a metropolis and special administrative zone on the south coast of the People's Republic of China and is divided into 18 districts, the capital is Victoria. The Central district in the north of Hong Kong is the city's financial and business center. Around 7.1 million people live in Hong Kong and the currency is the Hong Kong dollar. Hong Kong has nine universities and two academy institutes that also offer bachelor's degree programs. Due to the high demand for higher education, there are now a large number of other institutions that offer higher education courses. The oldest university is the University of Hong Kong.


The Federal Republic of India is a country in Southeast Asia and consists of 28 states, the capital is New Delhi. India is a multi-ethnic country and with over 1.2 billion inhabitants the second most populous country in the world, the currency is the Indian rupee. India has 380 universities, most of which are funded by the state.


The Republic of Italy is a country located in southern Europe and divided into 20 regions, most of which is located on the Appenine Peninsula surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea, the capital is Rome. Due to EU membership, the currency used is the euro. There are no independent universities of applied sciences in the higher education sector, 67 of the 95 universities are state-run. The best known private universities are the Bocconi in Milan and the LUISS in Rome. The University of Bologna is the oldest in Italy and worldwide.


The parliamentary monarchy Japan is a country on the east coast of the Asian continent and the fourth largest island country in the world by area, the capital is Tokyo. Japan is a highly developed industrial country and has around 128.1 million inhabitants, the national currency is the yen.


CanadaThe parliamentary monarchy Canada is a state divided into 10 provinces and 3 regions in North America and the second largest in the world, capital is Ottawa. Canada has 6 different time zones and the official languages ​​are English and French, around 34.3 million inhabitants and the official currency is the Canadian dollar. Of the more than 80 universities, the University of Toronto and the Université de Montréal are among the largest, all universities award Bachelor, Master and PhD degrees.


Korea is divided into the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea) and the Republic of Korea (South Korea). North Korea's capital is Pyongyang, South Korea's Seoul. Around 24 million people live in North Korea, and more than 50 million in South Korea. In both countries, the official currency is the won. South Korea has a differentiated higher education system: Universities and colleges offer four-year Bachelor courses (six years for medicine and dentistry). In addition, there are vocational colleges (two or four years old), distance learning universities and several schools with university status.


The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is a democratic state in Western Europe, capital and meeting place of the EU as well as the seat of the European Court of Justice and Court of Auditors is Luxembourg. The state of Luxembourg is divided into 3 districts and 12 cantons, it is inhabited by around 525,000 people, the currency is the euro through the EU membership. Luxembourg has had its own university since 2003, which offers bachelor's and master's programs.


The Netherlands is a parliamentary monarchy and is divided into 4 autonomous parts of the country, the capital is Amsterdam. Around 16.7 million people live in the Netherlands, it is an EU member and the currency of the euro. There are 14 state universities and numerous colleges. The oldest university is the Delft University of Technology, the second oldest is the Eindhoven University of Technology.


Oman is an absolute monarchy in the east of the Arabian Peninsula with the capital Muscat. The state is divided into 5 regions and has around 2.5 million inhabitants, the official currency is the Rial Omani. The only state university is the Sultan Qaboos University in Muscat, there are also 4 private universities and 6 state and 12 private colleges that are comparable to German universities of applied sciences.


The Republic of Poland is a democratic state in Central Europe, the seventh largest country in Europe by area, the capital is Warsaw. The state is divided into 6 regions and around 38.5 million people live there, the currency is the zloty. There are 18 universities in Poland, as well as technical universities, business universities and medical universities. In addition, there are about 130 state and 315 non-academic universities, but also academies on an equal footing with universities.


Russia is a federal state and the largest in the world in terms of area. The capital is Moscow. The country is divided into 83 regions, houses around 143 million people and the currency used is the ruble. In addition to classic national and federal universities, there are numerous universities, academies and colleges. The most famous Russian universities are Moscow State Lomonosov University, Saint Petersburg State University, Kazan State University and Novosibirsk State Technical University.

South Africa

The Republic of South Africa is a country located on the southern tip of Africa with the capital Pretoria. There are 11 official languages ​​in 9 provinces, in which around 50 million people live, the official currency of South Africa is the Rand. There are several universities, some of which are among the best in Africa, such as the University of Cape Town, the largest university is the Tshwane University of Technology in Pretoria, which is also one of the largest in the world. There are also various comprehensive and technical universities.


The Kingdom of Sweden is a parliamentary monarchy in Northern Europe, the capital is Stockholm. The country is divided into 25 regions, where around 9.5 million people live, the currency is the Swedish krona. There are 14 state universities, 24 state universities and 10 independent program providers in Sweden. 4 of the 24 state universities are entitled to issue university degrees.


The Republic of Singapore is an island and city-state and the smallest country in Southeast Asia in terms of area, the capital is Singapore. The country is divided into 5 regions, where around 5.1 people live, the currency used is the Singapore dollar. Singapore has 3 state universities, the oldest is the National University of Singapore, the other two are Nanyang Technological University in Jurong and the most recently founded Singapore Management University. In addition to the state universities, there are many private, mostly foreign universities and educational institutions such as the French INSEAD, as well as a branch of the French Sorbonne, where theology, politics and economics are taught.


The Kingdom of Spain is a hereditary parliamentary monarchy in southwestern Europe, the capital is Madrid. The country is divided into 17 regions and is inhabited by around 47.2 million people, the currency is the euro through the EU membership. There are 72 universities in Spain, 50 of which are state-run. The largest universities in Spain are also the largest in Europe, including the UNED Madrid, the Complutense University of Madrid and the universities of Seville, Granada, Barcelona and Valencia.


The Republic of Ukraine is a country in Eastern Europe and, after Russia, has the second largest country in Europe, the capital is Kiev. The country is divided into 24 districts, in which around 46 million people live, the currency is the UAH (hryvnia). There are more than 960 higher education institutions in Ukraine, the majority of which are mainly state-run universities and are subject to the Ministry of Education and Science.

United States

United StatesThe United States is the third largest state in the world, the capital is Washington DC. America is divided into 50 states and is inhabited by around 315 million people, the currency is the US dollar. There are state and private educational institutions in higher education, which differ greatly in quality. In first place in the American university ranking is the renowned elite university Harvard University in Cambridge. University degrees are usually more valuable than college degrees.

United Arab Emirates

The United Arab Emirates is a federation of 7 emirates in the southeast of the Arabian Peninsula and is divided into 2 main regions, the capital is Abu Dhabi. Around 4.8 million people live in the UAE, the currency is the UAE dirham. There are both state and private universities in the UAE, but there are also many colleges. There are also branches of foreign universities, such as the American University in Dubai, the American University of Sharjah or the Université Paris Sorbonne. Universities are very interested in cooperating with top foreign universities, which is why students are encouraged to study in the UAE by means of a generous grant.





Algeria Angola Afghanistan Armenia Aland Albania
Benin Botswana Azerbaijan Bahrain Andorra Austria
Burkina Faso Burundi Bangladesh Bhutan Belarus Belgium
Cameroon Canary Islands Brunei Cambodia Bulgaria Croatia
Cape Verde Central African Republic China Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark
Chad Comoros East Timor Georgia Estonia Finland
D.R. Congo Djibouti Hong Kong India France Germany
Egypt Equatorial Guinea Indonesia Iran Greece Hungary
Eritrea Ethiopia Iraq Israel Iceland Ireland
Gabon Gambia Japan Jordan Italy Kosovo
Ghana Guinea Kazakhstan Kuwait Latvia Liechtenstein
Guinea-Bissau Ivory Coast Kyrgyzstan Laos Lithuania Luxembourg
Kenya Lesotho Lebanon Macau Macedonia Malta
Liberia Libya Malaysia Maldives Moldova Monaco
Madagascar Malawi Mongolia Myanmar Montenegro Netherlands
Mali Mauritania Nepal North Korea Norway Poland
Mauritius Morocco Oman Pakistan Portugal Romania
Mozambique Namibia Palestine Philippines Russia San Marino
Niger Nigeria Qatar Saudi Arabia Serbia Slovakia
Reunion Republic of the Congo Singapore South Korea Slovenia Spain
Rwanda Sao Tome and Principe Sri Lanka Syria Sweden Switzerland
Senegal Seychelles Taiwan Tajikistan Ukraine Vatican City
Sierra Leone Somalia Thailand Turkey

Central America

South Africa South Sudan Turkmenistan United Arab Emirates Aruba Antigua and Barbuda
Sudan Suriname Uzbekistan Vietnam Bahamas Barbados
Swaziland Tanzania Yemen   Belize Bosnia and Herzegovina
Togo Tunisia


Cuba British Virgin Islands
Uganda Zambia American Samoa Australia Costa Rica Curacao
Zimbabwe   Cook Islands Easter Island Dominica Dominican Republic

Latin America

Falkland Islands Fiji Ecuador El Salvador
Argentina Bolivia French Polynesia Guam Guadeloupe Guatemala
Brazil Chile Kiribati Marshall Islands Haiti Honduras
Colombia French Guiana Micronesia Nauru Jamaica Martinique
Guyana Nicaragua New Caledonia New Zealand Montserrat Panama
Paraguay Peru Niue Northern Mariana Islands Puerto Rico Saba
Uruguay Venezuela Palau Pitcairn   Trinidad and Tobago

North America

Samoa Papua New Guinea    
Canada Greenland Solomon Islands Tokelau    
Mexico United States Tonga Tuvalu    
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