University/College Programs in Europe

If you choose Europe as your destination for your University or College studies, Grand Pacific can help.  We partner with some of the best schools all across Europe to find you a program that meets your career goals.

Program Options

Whether you want to take a short term program and travel through Europe or earn a prestigious degree at one of Europe’s famous Universities we can help. Your options will include:

Certificate Programs (C)
Certificate Programs are a great way to earn academic credentials in a short period of time (usually less than a year) to jump start your career in your chosen field. You should consider a certificate if you:

  • have already established a career in the field but are new to the world of post secondary education,
  • would like to gain a specific skill quickly
  • are considering a career path but are not sure about it
  • would like to continue working while you study
  • would like to improve your grades

Diploma Programs (D)
Diploma Programs are usually 1 to 2 years in length. Just like Certificate Programs they are excellent pathways into the world of work without the time or financial commitment of a full degree program.  There are “regular” diploma programs for those without academic degrees or post graduate diploma programs for those already in possession of an academic degree. Due to the longer time commitment in comparison to Certificate Programs, Diploma Programs tend to explore a particular subject matter more deeply.

Bachelor’s Degrees (B)
In Canada, Bachelor’s Degrees are, typically, 4 year programs. Nowadays, many employers require a Bachelor’s Degree for many professional positions.  There is usually a large “research” component to a Bachelor’s Degree program. Both Colleges and Universities can grant Bachelor’s Degrees.

Master’s Degrees (M)
Master’s Degrees are typically only granted by Universities. After receiving a Bachelor’s Degree, a student can continue their studies in more depth and receive a Master’s Degree.

PhDs (P)
A PhD is a globally recognized postgraduate academic degree awarded by Universities to a candidate who has submitted a thesis or dissertation, based on extensive and original research in their chosen field.

Vocational Programs (V)
Vocational programs are programs that are more practical than a Bachelor’s Degree. The focus is more on hands-on experience rather than research.  Many vocational programs can also lead to a Bachelor’s Degree. Typically, vocational programs can be 3 or 4 years in length.


Over the years Grand Pacific Consulting has helped thousands of students get accepted into the College or University Program of their choice. We will help you decide on a program, prepare your documentation, get a visa and GET ACCEPTED.

Step 1: Free Career Assessment
We will set up an appointment with you (in person, by phone, by Skype, etc.) to find out what your interests and abilities are. We are trained and experienced career advisors and will help you clarify any career related questions or issues you have.

Step 2: Program Selection
Together we will determine which program(s) you should/can apply for based on the following criteria:

  • Your interests in a subject or program
  • Your choice of College or University
  • Your choice of Country/City/Region
  • Your grades and English level
  • Your financial situation

We will determine if you meet the entrance requirements of your program of choice by looking at your grades and TOEFL or IELTS scores. If you do not meet the entrance requirements we will discuss other options which could include: Retaking courses or entrance exams (TOEFL or IELTS), enrolling in College/University Preparation or Transfer programs (see above), etc. We will make sure to provide you with several alternatives.

Step 3: Document Collection and Application
We will work with you to prepare and collect all the necessary application documentation including application forms, letters of intent/personal letters, portfolios, TOEFL or IELTS scores, Transcripts, Resumes, etc., if applicable.

Step 4: Program Acceptance and Visa Application
Once you have been accepted to a program, we will assist with your acceptance procedures including tuition payment, financial assistance, scholarships, housing and visa application (if necessary).

Step 5: Pre-departure training
Before you leave to your Canadian destination, we will go over everything you need to know from cross cultural communications and training to what you need to bring.

Step 6: Settlement
We can help you even after you get to your destination: We can arrange airport pick-up in some cities, we can help you apply for ID cards, medical insurance, etc.

Step 7: After Graduation
After you complete your program, we can help you with your job search including writing a resume, cover letter, interview skills, etc.

Program Eligibility

Almost every program you apply for will have different eligibility criteria.  The most common criteria are:

  • High School Graduation
  • Meeting minimum Grade Point Average requirements
  • Meeting minimum language requirements (TOEFL and IELTS scores) for Programs taught in English
  • Meeting certain financial requirements to obtain a Study Visa

We will ensure that you meet all requirements before we submit your application to your institution of choice.

Partner Universities

Below is a list of our partner Colleges and Universities. This list is not exhaustive and changes. If you would like to receive more information or apply for an institution not on the list, please contact us.

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