These are the 10 most unique study programs in the EU

As well as being a tourist destination, the European Union has some of the best higher education institutions with unique and promising programmes.

Erudera.com recently shared a list of universities where you can look for interesting study experiences in the 27 nation bloc, mostly conducted in countries like Sweden, Germany, Austria and the Czech Republic.

Additionally, according to the European Education Area, some of the unique study programs in the region are offered in the following countries:

France

  • The Master in Advanced Materials: Innovative Recycling (AMIR) from the University of Bordeaux.
  • The International Wine Tourism Innovation Master (WINTOUR) – University of Bordeaux.
  • The Master in Computational Color and Spectral Imaging (COSI) from Jean Monnet University.

Portugal

  • The Master in Advanced Materials: Innovative Recycling (AMIR) from NOVA University of Lisbon
  • The International Master of Innovation in Wine Tourism (WINTOUR) – University of Porto
  • Kinoeyes (KEM) at the Portuguese-speaking University of Lisbon.

Germany

  • The Master in Advanced Materials: Innovative Recycling (AMIR) at the TU Darmstadt.

Belgium

  • The Master in Advanced Materials: Innovative Recycling (AMIR) from the University of Liège.

Spain

  • The Master in Advanced Materials: Innovative Recycling (AMIR) from the Polytechnic University of Madrid.
  • The International Master in Innovation in Wine Tourism (WINTOUR) from the University of Rovira i Virgili (URV – Tarragona, Spain).
  • The Master in Computational Color and Spectral Imaging (COSI) from the University of Granada

Hungary

  • The Master in Advanced Materials: Innovative Recycling (AMIR) from the University of Miskolc.

Sweden

  • Linköping University offers a master’s degree in Outdoor Education and Sustainability
  • Contemporary Circus Practices: A Masters Program at Stockholm University of the Arts.

Czech Republic

  • European Agricultural Diplomacy at the Czech University of Life Sciences in Prague

Norway

  • The Master’s program in Digital Color and Spectral Imaging (COSI) at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Finland

  • The Masters program in Computational Color and Spectral Imaging (COSI) at the University of Eastern Finland.

Austria

  • “Human-Computer Interaction”, Salzburg University of Applied Sciences (Campus Urstein) and Paris Lodron University Salzburg (HCI Center, Campus Science City Itzling)

Bulgaria

  • Earthquake Engineering at the European Polytechnic University of Pernik.

Estonia

  • Kinoeyes (KEM) at the Baltic Film, Media and Arts School in Tallinn, Estonia.

Ireland

  • Kinoeyes (KEM) at Iadt Dun Laoghaire, Dublin, Ireland

Luxembourg

  • The Interdisciplinary Space Master (ISM) of the University of Luxembourg

The latest data from European statistics provider Eurostat shows that 1.3 million foreign students attended higher education institutions in the EU in 201, of which 23% or 312,000 were in Germany, 17% in France and 8% in Italy and the Netherlands, SchengenVisaInfo.com reports .

In addition, the same source shows that 44% of international students pursuing higher education in the block of 27 were from Europe, followed by Asian students who made up 25% of all and 15% from the African continent.

By country, Cyprus had the highest proportion of international students from the Asian continent, followed by Spain with the highest number of students from the Caribbean, Central and South America. On the other hand, France had the highest number of African students and Ireland the highest number of North American students. According to Europeans, Liechtenstein has accepted the most students of the 27 countries, as around 96% of all international students came from the region.

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