STUDY IN SPAIN

About Spain

Spain is a country in Southwestern Europe with some pockets of territory across the Strait of Gibraltar and the Atlantic Ocean. With an area of 505,990 km2, Spain is the largest country in Southern Europe, the second-largest country in Western Europe and the European Union. The country is divided into 17 Autonomous Communities which are further divided into 52 provinces. Renowned for its vibrant, colourful fiestas, Spain conducts hundreds of festivals to keep old traditions alive and also to attract tourists from all over the world. The capital of Spain is Madrid and it has a population of 47.1 million people as of 2020 and the official language is Spanish, co-official languages are Catalan, Galician, Basque, and Occitan. Spain is renowned for its food, Flamenco music and dance, siesta, bullfights, horses, arts and literature, islands, mountains, football and many other things. 

Key Attractions:

  • Receive Quality Education
  • Language
  • Culture and lifestyle
  • Expected Cost
  • World’s Greatest Art and Culture
  • Career opportunities

     

Why study in Spain

Spain is a popular destination for international students who are in search of quality education and good career opportunities. Every year thousands of students from different part of the world study from the top universities in Spain. The flexible study hours and advanced technologies in the learning environment attracts international students to Spain. Spain is the perfect place for those who turn their entrepreneurial ideas into genuine reality as it has become home to over 1,200 tech startups, also one of the EU’s fastest-growing economies. Arranging money for education be hard sometimes but when compared to other abroad study destinations, Spain is considered a relatively cheap place to live. Study abroad programs with universities use package pricing with a semester that costs approximately $12,000 to $15,000 (USD). 

Universities and colleges in Spain

 

1. University of Valencia

2. Pablo de Olavide University 

3. The University of Granada

4. The University of Salamanca

5. University of Deusto 

6. Complutense University of Madrid

7. University of Barcelona

8.  Autonomous University of Barcelona 

9. Nebrija University

10. University of Lleida

tudent Visa Requirements
  • Passport (valid until the end of your stay)
  • ID Card (could be driver’s license or national ID card if applicable)
  • Current student ID
  • 2 recent passport photos (one for each application form)
  • Letter of acceptance from the course provider
  • Health insurance
  • Proof of sufficient funds to cover stay (bank statements)
  • 2 completed Schengen Visa application forms

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