If you are an American who get’s a degree in Europe, will it be worth less?
Here`s a website with all the schools:
just click on find schools ,choose the country you would like to go
and press search,and if you don`t have a country in mind just hit
search with nothing there and see all the schools.It`s really cool
it tells you their total student body, acceptance rate of international
students(you),tuition,financial aid,and A LOT more.
Many schools have switched over to the B.A./M.A. system that we have in th US, but some are still using the old system (consisting of nine or ten semesters with an intermediate examination in the middle of the studies. At the end of these semesters, a student receives the title M.A. which is equivalent to the M.A. that American universities give to their students). It could be quite confusing for your friend if he is only going for his bachelor, and decides on a school that follows the old system.
Since there are also many universities in Germany which follow the B.A/M.A. system, it has become practice in Germany that completing the intermediate examination, along with two additional semesters, is equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree.
As you can see, it is all very confusing. But that doesn’t mean that your friend’s degree would be any less valuable. In fact, there are many great schools in Germany!
Not to mention the wonderful experience he’d get! I’d tell him to go for it!
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