Croatia has the fewest number of students travelling outside of the country to study in the whole of The European Union. Analysis has been carried out by the EU statistical body, Eurostat, and it shows that in 2017 only a mere 2.9 percent of all Croatian students in 2017 actually decided to travel out of Croatia to study, making Croatia the lowest in the EU.
Students from Luxembourg topped the survey, with a whopping 46.7 percent deciding to leave their home country to study at university. Whilst Cyprus was second with 23.1 percent, followed by Austria with 17.2 percent and the Czech Republic with 12.5 percent. The EU average was 8.1 percent, meaning that Croatia with only 2.9 percent was well below the average.