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Due to its rich cultural past and present, Austria is cherished by people worldwide.
Nestled under the Alps the fourth largest city of Austria is world famous for being the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and internationally renowned for its’ baroque architecture. The city has three universities and a large student population. Salzburg houses the headquarters of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts.
Salzburg is one of the most beautiful cities of Europe, which has been carefully preserved over the centuries. It is surrounded by spectacular landscapes, lakes, Alpine foothills and mountain peaks.
The palaces, archbishops' churches, squares and fountains, and most notably the Fortress, reflect the love of splendor of the once powerful archbishops who ruled the city.
The beauty of the city and the natural setting has attracted travelers for centuries and still is a major tourist attraction today. You will be able to get to know the town more intimately than any tourist can.
Slovenia strongly supports the idea of construction of a genuine European area of knowledge and strives to implement measures supporting equal opportunities, school success, mobility in general, higher education and vocational education and training, language learning, safety at school, non-discrimination, educational technologies and distance education, academic and professional recognition of qualifications, educational statistics, overall development of general education and vocational training, development of undergraduate and the modernization of postgraduate studies.
Ljubljana is the capital and largest city of Slovenia. Besides having everything that all the other modern capitals have, Ljubljana succeeded in maintaining the relaxed atmosphere of a small city. Ljubljana has a large student population and its’ central geographic location means you can reach the Alps or the Adriatic Sea within an hour.
Maribor is the second largest city in Slovenia. In 2012 it was the European Capital of Culture and in 2013 it was the European Youth Capital. It is the hometown of many famous and internationally renowned artists and sportsmen, the most successful football club in Slovenia, the oldest vine in the world, the second oldest synagogue in Europe, host of the ladies FIS alpine skiing world cup… Maribor has a large student population and is a popular destination for exchange students.
Murska Sobota is the biggest town in the northeastern part of Slovenia and the regional capital of Prekmurje. It has a unique feature in comparison to the rest of Slovenia, which is mostly Alpine: Muska Sobota is the only Slovenian town situated on an actual plain. Throughout the year, the life of the town is enriched by cultural, entertaining, traditional, culinary, and sports events.
Croatia is a welcoming place for students wishing to study in a country renowned for its beautiful coast, for its mix of Mediterranean and South-Eastern European charm and for its rich historical and cultural heritage.
Zagreb is the capital and largest city of Croatia. It is the cultural, economic, sporting and governmental hub of the country. Zagreb is a vibrant city with a large student population, famous for its many green parks and nightlife. The city throbs with energy but has managed to retain a good deal of old-world graciousness.