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Study Abroad

Spain is the perfect place to study abroad! The weather is great, the people are friendly, and there are so many things to see and do. If you're looking for a way to improve your Spanish while also experiencing a new culture, then studying abroad in Spain is the perfect choice for you.

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When are the Semester Start Dates?
The start of semesters at universities in Spain typically varies depending on the institution and the specific program of study. However, in general, the academic year at Spanish universities is divided into two semesters: the first one starting in mid-September and ending in mid-January, and the second one starting in mid-February and ending in late June.
What does it cost to study?
The tuition fee at private universities in Spain can vary widely depending on the institution, program of study, and location. On average, the tuition fees at private universities in Spain range from 1,500 to 20,000 euros per academic year. However, some programs or institutions may charge significantly higher or lower fees. It's important to keep in mind that the cost of attending a private university in Spain may also include additional expenses such as books, housing, transportation, and living expenses. It's best to check with the specific university for an accurate estimate of the total cost of attendance. It's worth noting that tuition fees at private universities in Spain are generally higher than those at public universities, where fees are usually lower, with some public universities having no tuition fees at all. However, the quality of education and facilities offered at private universities in Spain can be higher than those at public universities.
What type of Visa and Insurance do i need?
International students from the EU/EEA and Switzerland will just need to apply for a residency card at Spanish authorities and will not need to apply for a student visa to Spain. Anyone else must apply for a Spanish student visa and provide evidence of financial stability or health insurance. For overseas students intending to study at Spanish institutions, there are three primary kinds of student visas available. Read more about that in our blogpost "The road to students visas: Spain".
โ€จWhat are the Admissions Requirements?
Admission requirements may differ from country to country and university to university. Generally, you will need to submit your academic credentials, such as transcripts and test scores. Depending on the program and university, you may also need to submit letters of recommendation, a resume, a statement of purpose, or any other relevant documents. It is best to research the requirements of the universities you are interested in applying to, and contact us or the university's admissions office if you have any questions.
Where can i apply for Scholarships?
There are numerous scholarships available for international students wishing to study in Europe. Many universities offer generous scholarships specifically for international students. Many governments also provide scholarships for students to study abroad for both graduate and undergraduate studies. Additionally, there are also scholarships available from certain organizations, many of which can be found online. It is important to research the different scholarship opportunities available in the country you would like to study in to make sure y ou can access the most suitable option.