The EUC was founded in 2011 from the idea of 6 universities (IE, Bocconi, Jacobs - now CO, Vesalius (now BSOG), EHL, Tilburg - no longer in the EUC) while attending CIS and IACAC conferences due to the fact that international admission conferences and CIS tours at that time were mainly run by US institutions and focused on pursuing higher education in the USA/UK. Furthermore, the counselors’ community was mainly represented by professionals from the USA or the UK, therefore studying in England or the United States has often been the only option given to their students. As such, one of the main objectives of our activities, is to promote opportunities to pursue English-taught Bachelor degrees in Europe or in countries outside of the United States and England. Having a representation of other EU countries allows the consortium to expand our network and to offer schools and students wider knowledge of the multiculturalism of Europe. Currently the consortium is represented by 7 European universities offering Bachelor, Master and PhD programs entirely taught in English, located in countries where the official language is other than English. Additionally, the EUC came together as an initiative to collaborate and support each other in recruitment activities and networking.