Studying abroad can widen your horizons in ways you never thought imaginable, there are a wealth of choice all around the world, and often it is not easy to decide which university would be ideal for your field of career. Choosing a university becomes easy when you narrow down on the options based on your inclination and liking toward a particular subject or location. Whether you want to continue your learning journey in North America or Europe, the world really is your oyster.

Harvard University

Founded in 1636 – just 16 years after the Mayflower arrived carrying English pilgrims – Harvard University is arguably the most famous learning institution in the world. No fewer than 47 Nobel Laureates and 32 Heads of States have passed through the hallowed halls of Harvard over the years. With more than 6 million books, this iconic institution is home to the world’s largest academic library. And the most ambitious and talented choose Harvard every year to study business, law and medicine. Whether you want to study one of the sciences, humanities or English literature, you can be certain that Harvard offers the very best higher education in the world.

Wilhelm Büchner University

Founded in 1996, Wilhelm Büchner Uni is young by international standards, but what it lacks in age it more than makes up for in prestige and academic achievement. Specialising in applied sciences, this modern university already has more than 6,000 students, and it has received accreditation from the German government, ACQUIN and ZEvA. The university is comprised of four different departments: Computer Science, Engineering Sciences, Industrial Engineering and Technology Management and Energy, Environmental and Process Technology. Experts in distance and online learning, Wilhelm Büchner Uni has developed high-quality degree courses that meet the needs of modern businesses.

Stanford University

Stanford is a big university with a big reputation. Indeed, this iconic learning institution has its own biological preserve, as well as a 150-foot radio telescope nicknamed ‘The Dish’. Stanford is also home of a 315-acre habitat reserve, which has actively been trying to save the endangered California tiger salamander. Stanford is a world leader in scientific research, and among its huge staff of lecturers and scientists are 22 Nobel Laureates, 158 National Academy of Science members and five Pulitzer Prize winners.

Swiss Federal Institute of Technology

The Swiss Federal Institute of Technology is one of Europe’s most prestigious and well respected universities, and was once the academic home of Albert Einstein. More than 18,000 students from 80 countries study courses in both English and German at this huge learning institution, and no fewer than 21 Nobel Laureates are currently associated with the school. The university has a proud reputation of research and product development, and it currently produces more than 80 new patents a year for companies in several different sectors.

University of Tokyo

The leading school in Asia, the University of Tokyo specialises in several different fields, including medicine, molecular science, solid state physics and environmental science. This famous school lies right at the heart of one of the world’s most vibrant cities, and it has produced seven Nobel Prize winners and 15 Japanese Prime Ministers over the years.


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