Why Study In Spain
After England, Spain is considered to the third most popular destination for international students.
15 Years Education
15 years of Indian Bachelors is accepted to study Masters or MBA in Spain
The educational system is well organized and filled with opportunities for personal growth and academic achievement for international students. Spain has more than 70 Universities with about two thirds of these are state-funded and the remaining being private. Spain has become the most popular destination for students on Erasmus Exchange Programs. Spanish universities offer wide range of courses at all levels of higher education from undergraduate to Master’s to PhD.
Spanish Language – NOT Compulsory
Spanish is the second most used language among international community. It is NOT compulsory to learn Spanish to study in Spain, although knowledge of Spanish language will greatly help with networking, finding jobs in Spain, etc. There are many courses in Spain which are complete taught in English. Many courses in Economics, Business, Engineering, Fashion, etc. are available in English.
Cost Of Living
The cost of living in Spain is affordable. It is one of the cheapest countries in Europe. It will cost you approximately an average between 900€ to 1100€ per month, but it also depends on the city and your standard of living. Tuition fees in Spain are much lower compared to the other countries. Fees are generally calculated on a per-credit basis. However, the fees vary from institution to institution and it also depends on the level of study and your chosen field. Tuition fees range from 400€ to 1000€ in public universities, and would be more in private universities.
Access To Europe
Living in Spain allows you to easily and cheaply travel to other European Countries.
Climate And Lifestyle In Spain
Great weather, beaches, islands, historic culture—these are what you will enjoy while you are studying in Spain. The beautiful countryside of Spain is marvellous and you are certain to enjoy being able to see miles and miles of lush trees and greeneries.
Work During Your Study In Spain
As a student, you can work upto 20 hours in a week while you are studying in Spain. Being fluent in Spanish offers you a greater chance of landing a job. You can take up a part time job anywhere in Spain and earn 7€ to 10€ per hour. The company who employs you will need to get a work permit for you from the Foreigner’s Office. Your employment contract cannot exceed the duration of the study visa. If you’ll be undertaking an intern ship as part of your course for which your residence permit was granted, you don’t need a work permit.