At StudyPortals we are committed to helping orienting students around the globe to find and compare their ideal education in Europe. Our aims therefore directly reflect and link back to the European policies and strategies, such as Bologna, Lisbon and Europe 2020 to name just a few.
That is why, as Europe's leading Study Choice Platform we are committed to contributing our share to making the ambitious European benchmarks a reality. We recognize the central role we may play when it comes to lowering existing barriers to mobility - e.g. through improved information provision on study options, by providing information on available scholarships or by developing innovative online student services. To do so we actively seek out European partnerships, prepare and propose European Union funded projects and offered insights into our data to support the policy dialogue.
Our portals have partly been funded with support from the European Commission. They however reflect the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
Read below in which European projects we are currently involved - or contact us if you would like to discuss a concrete idea for a project.
StudyPortals is very happy to announce a new step in helping the world choose (for) education: The Home of European Language Learning Opportunities, hello!
EduCoach makes study choice more interactive - co-funded by the European Commission and carried out by 9 international partners from three continents.
EESTEC is an apolitical, non-governmental and non-profit organization for students from electrical profile.
EFPSA is the first International Congress of Psychology Students in Portugal with 28 psychology students' organisations of 28 European countries.
EGEA is a network around Europe for geography students and young geographers.