The city of Salamanca is a true architectural gem, with much of its historical centre classified as a UNESCO world heritage site.
Salamanca University was founded over 8 centuries ago and is the oldest Hispanic university. It is linked to many important historical figures, including Christopher Columbus, Beatriz Galindo and Miguel Cervantes.
Today, the university is world renowned for its programmes in humanities and language studies, especially for international students. It also has a network of centres for the research of cancer, neuroscience and pulsed lasers.
This city is located on the banks of the Neckar River, in the south of Germany. It is home to Ruprecht Karl University, or Heidelberg University, founded in 1386 during the Holy Roman Empire.
Heidelberg University is one of the most prestigious universities in the world and is affiliated with more than 50 Nobel Prize winners. It offers a wide range of scientific disciplines, with an emphasis on natural sciences and medicine, alongside humanities and social sciences.
The university welcomes many international students. Almost 30 000 students register every year, out of which more than 20% come from abroad.
The city is at the southern tip of the Netherlands, in the heart of Europe. It is famous for its medieval architecture, thriving cultural scene and nightlife.
Maastricht University has an innovative education model, with a strong multidisciplinary approach to research and education. More than half of its student body is international.
Most of the programmes are taught in English, including bachelor’s degrees. While it offers a variety of research disciplines, Maastricht University is most notably known as one of the top schools in political economy.