WHY STUDY IN SPAIN?

  1. Spain is a modern, diverse, young, up-beat and lively country; the culture of its universities is the clearest proof of this.
  2. The Spanish education system is characterized by excellence, competitiveness and an international focus, offering a wide range of academic opportunities for undergraduate and graduate degrees, adapted in all 27 countries of the European Union. In addition, many of our business schools figure prominently in world rankings (the Financial Times, for example).
  3. Spain is also a country that stands out for its rich 2rcultural figures in painting as Goya, Picasso, in literature; Cervantes, Gongora, etc. This cultural wealth brimming in his paintings, sculptures and buildings is object of study of the most prominent Spanish and European universities.
  4. Because it has an extensive network of universities and receives the most exchange students within the Erasmus programme.
  5. The Spanish, the language of culture and communication, is now the fastest growing language over the world. Our language is the second most widely spoken language in the world, after Mandarin Chinese, and is official in twenty countries. About four million people speak Spanish worldwide.

Our academy offers comprehensive advising for international students wishing to study in our country such as: information about educational content, management of degrees, regulations, scholarships and assistance, what to study and where, etc.


Here are some basic considerations:

HOW TO STUDY IN SPAIN

Foreigners wishing to stay in Spain to study, carry out research, training or unpaid internship activities, participate in student exchanges, or perform volunteer services, must obtain the corresponding visa, which will include the initial authorization to stay in Spain. However, nationals of certain countries are exempted from the visa requirement provided that the duration of their stay in Spain does not exceed three months.


FORMALITIES IN SPAIN

When the duration of the authorized stay exceeds six months, foreign citizens holding a visa to study, carry out research, training or unpaid internship activities, participate in student exchanges, or perform volunteer services, must apply for the foreign student identity card at the corresponding Foreigners Office or Police Station.


CITIZENS OF THE EUROPEAN UNION

Citizens of the European Union and their family members provided that the latter travel with or meet said citizens, are subject to a specific legal system based on the rights recognized in the Treaties.