In Austria, you will have to continue their education by the same specialty, that you have already received. In other countries you can change the direction of learning. Under most conditions kinetic group would agree. What foreign languages do you speak: German, English? Do not speak any foreign language, but willing to learn? You close the language of Schiller and Goethe? For admission to universities in Austria and Germany you will need to pass an exam on knowledge of German – DSH test or test Daf. You can learn here and in English, but basic knowledge of German are all required. So you should start learning the language as early as possible – is useful. Fluent in English and reading Shakespeare in the original? To study in Greece or Switzerland, you will need English.
Upon admission to a university in Switzerland is useful certificate TOEFL. In Greece, the less stringent requirement, but fluency in English to you all the same can not hurt. Do not speak any foreign languages? This is not a reason to quit studying abroad. To become a student at the university in the Czech Republic or Poland, knowledge of the language at an early stage is not required. Also in these countries you can taught in English.
True, the selection of specialties will be considerably less. The financial question is: how much money you or your parents are willing to spend on education? If your financial resources are modest – not upset! For example, public universities in the Czech Republic by foreigners can learn absolutely free of charge (subject to study in Czech). There is also a chance to get a free higher education in most schools Germany. But where has introduced tuition fees 'the price of knowledge' is minimal – about 500 euros per semester. What is the specialty attracts you? Which area do you associate your future? When choosing a specialty, too, is seriously think about it.