International resources


Europe is made up of over 50 different countries and holds the second largest economy after the US. For information about the economy of Europe read: Economy of the European Union, produced by wiki

Further resources
Erasmus+ Master Loan
Living costs and tuition fee funding for EU students who wish to undertake masters study in another country.
The European jobs mobility portal. Includes job vacancies in 31 European countries and what you need to know about living and working abroad.
Official website of the European Union.
Gradlink Central and Eastern Europe
Jobs, employers and case studies.
Gradlink Europe
Covers the latest vacancies and list of employers, along with blogs and case studies.
Study in Europe
Gateway to information on studying in Europe, hosted by the European Commission. Offers guidance on the higher education systems for 32 European countries.
Studying in Europe - Complete University Guide
Gives an overview of the higher education system in each country along with funding, living there and health and safety.
Offers scholarships designed to provide mobility to existing postgraduate students so that they can undertake research in another country.
Working in another EU country - Gov.UK
Gives an overview of salary and conditions.
Working in Europe
Search student-voted employer league tables and current economic data by country. Lists of companies represent the views of undergraduates surveyed from this country when they were asked who they most wanted to work for. Also gives country indicators of general economic outlook and average salary information by sector.
Working in Europe (Targetjobs)
Information on how Brexit will affect working in Europe, along with where to find jobs.