What do the universities in Europe look for in a student who is studying B.Sc in India and wants to pursue Masters in Europe?

I am looking for universities particularly in Europe which offer Masters in Science. I am studying BSc in India, which is a 3 year course. Will I be elligible to pursue Masters in Europe ? I am looking for places which offer scholarships. Preferably in the UK or Germany.

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    Aneeket Barua Manager (Product Operation)- Infoedge India Ltd. | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-13 12:18:29
    Hi Vaishnavi,Education in most of the European Universities is free or they charge very less fee. But as you have asked this question under Germany, I would like to say that in Germany you get scholarships only for research programs and if you are planning to pursue Masters then you might have to pay a subsidized fee of euro140 - 500 per semester. For more details on education in Germany, I would suggest you to visit the nearest DAAD office. DAAD is officially authorized to provide information about education in Germany. They have offices in major cities in India.Also I would request you to go for a German language course as it will help you ... view more

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