Study in Your Dream Destination
The first settlers arrived in Spain some thirty-five thousand years ago, and since then Spain has gradually become one of the most loved countries for international tourists, travelers and students. For all those international students seeking quality and affordable higher education, Spain is the obvious choice. No wonder, then, that the number of those who go to study abroad in Spain is a staggering eighty-five thousand every year. Spain has seventy-six universities, and they are academically quite accessible for Indian and international students.
The other universities are private institutions of higher education. The Spanish academic institutions are well-respected throughout the world, and some of the colleges and universities are among the top five-hundred best ranked colleges and universities of the world. The country offers a very wide range of academic programmes to its students, from undergraduate courses in various disciplines to post-doctoral courses. Now we know why Spain is the most popular destination for students on the Erasmus exchange programme. As most of the universities are state-funded, the education offered through them is usually free, or almost free. An international student needs to have passed his or her high school to be able to plan on going to Spain for further studies. That is the most basic and essential academic requirement.
To settle in another country even for a few years, one needs, apart from the academic opportunities and support, a healthy and enjoyable climate that can assist in one’s education. Spain is known for its beauty. The summer, especially is what draws thousands of tourists towards it every year. Academically, one more reason to study in Spain is the fact that the country offers most of their courses in English now, so the language-related hurdle is not there anymore. For more tips, and to understand the why and how of the process to study in Spain, students may refer to our website, or enquire with the Spanish embassy.
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