Best Study Abroad in Europe

ESL among Europe’s best agencies!

STM Awards 2013

For the 8th year in a row, ESL-Language Studies Abroad was ranked among the top five European agencies at the STM Awards 2013, which took place on 31st August 2013 in London. This nomination rewards professionals in the study abroad industry for the excellent quality of their services.
This is the result of a poll carried out by British publisher Hothouse Media. Several thousand accredited language schools from all over the world were asked for their opinion and recognised that ESL is still one of the best agencies in Europe.
We are very happy about our long-standing relationships with our partner schools and will meet you next year for the award ceremony.

ESL, winner in 2010 and 2011

After being voted Europe’s Best Agency in 2010 and 2011, this vote strengthens ESL’s position as one of the industry leaders. Like an Oscar for the language travel industry, this award recognises the quality work of ESL’s staff.

Clip from the 2011 award ceremony:

“For 15 years, we have been committed to providing the best services to both our partner schools and the people who travel with us. For the second year in a row, this award is a recognition of our long-standing and continuous work and we are very proud and honoured to have won it”, Krister Weidenhielm, Head of Study Abroad Products dev. & purchase, declares with delight.

Below are a video and picture of our product manager Krister Weidenhielm, who is being given the award for Europe’s Star Agency at the 2010 London ceremony.

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Anyone had any great experiences to share? I've always wanted to teach abroad in Prague and have the opportunity to travel around the areas of Europe. I also would love to go to Italy and study language and design. I can't decide which to do!
I'm not sure what the best organization to go through is. Thanks!

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FAQ

Serena
What are some good art schools in europe?

I am interested in studying architecture in Europe. I only speak English and a fair amount of Spanish, so the school will need to have courses taught in English and be well suited to accommodate international students.
Next summer I will be in Paris, London, and a couple cities in Italy so I might get the chance to do some college visits while I'm there.
Thanks in advance.

I can help you by telling you that the only schools in Europe that teach architecture in English are in the UK and Ireland and that before choosing a school, you should check its acceptability with the board that licenses architects in the state where you want to practice. BTW, there are almost no jobs for architects in the US and few are expected by the time you would graduate. I do not know the European job market, but I can tell you that except by marriage it is very difficult to get government permission to live and work in Europe.

Rina Roy
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I am researching into where we can go on our 2 week summer holiday in August this year. We have done europe and now looking to go further in the world. There will be 3 adults and 1 child. Looking for a family beach holiday and also to be able to explore as well. Was thinking of a multi centre holiday, if we were to go further a field. Was thinking of Bali, any other suggestions?

How about the USA? Myself and my partner visited Chicago two years ago and it was so amazing we're going back in December. It might not seem like a family destination in the first instance but believe me, there is loads for adults and children alike. If you like the beach, Chicago has 33!! There are loads of museums and two zoos, including one of the largest in the world. The parks are beautiful and again, you'll be spoiled for choice. Kids and adults will love "Navy Pier" which is home to a 15 storey ferris wheel, an IMAX cinema, and a 6 storey atrium with a botanical garden…

Aswad
ARCHITECTURE UNIVERSITIES ???

HY THERE
I AM FROM PAKISTAN AND I WANT TO STUDY ARCHITECTURE IN ANY ENGLISH COUNTRY WHICH IS NOT TOO EXPENSIVE FOR ME.PLEASE TELL ME IF THERE ARE ANY GOOD UNIS IN CANADA,UK AND REST OF EUROPE WHICH ARE NOT VERY EXPENSIVE CAUSE I DO NOT HAVE THAT HIGH BUDGET. ALSO IF THERE ARE ANY DIPLOMA COURSES ETC WHICH WILL LEAD ME TO B.ARC. I AM VERY WORRIED ABOUT MY FUTURE.
MY LAST EDUCATION IS F.Sc FROM FAZAIA COLLEGE. AND I HAVE GOT 6.0 BAND IN IELTS.
PLEASE HEPL ME GUYS. I WOULD REALLY APPRICIATE.
THANKS IN ADVANCE

Sorry to tell you the field of architecture is job poor in the USA
schools to check out, if you are still interested, would include University of Illinois, University of Notre Dame, University of Southern California. All these schools charge very high rates of tuition, you are out of state, and will pay more. Count on needing about $45,000 to $50,000 per year for 3 years.

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