By Louise Holden. With UK universities hiking prices, Irish graduates are opting to study though English in Holland, Scandinavia and Eastern Europe. Irish school leavers are broadening their horizons when it comes to choosing a third level programme. Universities across Europe are offering degree courses through English, and the entry requirements and fee arrangements are, in many cases, very competitive. According to the latest figures from Eurostat on student mobility in Europe, more than 25,000 Irish people were enrolled in further or higher education in other EU member states in 2011. More...