It may come as no surprise that Spain is one of the top cities chosen by students who wish to study abroad. Spain is an outstanding country to pursue a degree for international students. In fact, it is an ideal destination for students who value century-old educational expertise, a beautiful climate, and golden beaches. Spain is an interesting and UNESCO-rich country, with plenty of opportunities to learn, advance, and socialize.
Let alone the beautiful architecture (Spain is an ideal spot for any soon-to-be architecture enthusiasts or students out there). It’s hard to narrow down exactly what makes Spain that country that sticks out but it must be because of it’s inviting atmosphere.
There are also widely popular programs that Spain has recognized as their most “taken” courses or courses that students are drawn to. These courses range through a wide variety of arts to law enforcement.
Popular courses to take in Spain:
- Western American Literature
- Spanish Literature
- Fundamentals of Philosophy
- Environmental Ethics
- Popular Music
- Humanities and Art
- Business Law
- Marketing and Finance
- Hospitality Management
To share a few universities that have made the top list multiple times over the last 30 years, it’s hard to look away from the gorgeous architecture that each institute exhibits. However, we suggest students learn the local language since this can be a great help towards allowing students to feel more a part of the culture. Nevertheless, all potential students should travel to the country they wish to earn their higher degrees within beforehand to just get a feel of a whole new culture.
Universities in Spain:
- Complutense University of Madrid
- University of Barcelona
- Autonomous University of Barcelona
- University of Valencia
- Pompeu Fabra University
- University of Granada
- Autonomous University of Madrid
- University Carlos III of Madrid
- Polytechnic University of Catalonia
- University of Salamanca
- The Polytechnic University of Valencia
- University of Seville
- University of the Basque Country
- University of Zaragoza
- King Juan Carlos University
- University of Alicante
- European University of Madrid
- IE University
- The University of Santiago de Compostela
- The University of Castilla–La Mancha
- University of Alcala
- University of Cantabria,
- Pablo de Olavide University
- The University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
- The Open University of Catalonia
- University of Girona
- University of Malaga
- University of the Balearic Islands
- University of Oviedo
- University of Murcia
- Saint Anthony Catholic University
While this is not about scholarships, it is important information since students will need help with filling out both admissions and scholarships which can fall into a similar category.
Use the contact information
Nevertheless, students seeking more information should utilize the contact section that is part of every single scholarship post. This way students can contact the right individual ro admissions office to inquire more about the scholarship.
And it should be noted that this is the only official way to contact additional help in regards to the scholarship.
We solely just post information about a scholarship, but the information that is either contact or a website link that states the university or foundation is the direct access a student should use to properly access scholarship applications.