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Welcome to Spain

Spain, on Europe's Iberian Peninsula, is really 17 autonomous regions, each with its own geography and culture. The capital, Madrid, is home to the Royal Palace and singular Prado museum, housing works by European masters, and Segovia to the north has a fairy-tale medieval castle and Roman aqueduct. Catalonia's capital, Barcelona, is defined by Antoni Gaudí's quirky modernist architecture, including the Sagrada Família basilica.

Capital: Madrid,  Dialing code: +34,  ISO code: ESP,  Currency: Euro,    Official language: Spanish

Higher Education in Spain

To go on to further education, students must sit an entry exam (Prueba de Acceso a la Universidad, more commonly known as Selectividad). Higher education is not compulsory and fees are charged. Costs vary depending on the course taken.
Higher education is provided by public and private institutions known as either facultades universitarias, escuelas tecnicas superiores, escuelas universitarias, institutos universitarios, and other centres, notably the colegios universitarios. In addition to Spanish higher education facilities, there are a number of US and British universities with campuses in Spain.
The next stage of education is called as medium-grade training cycles. This stage has two options. 1) Bachelor degree and lasts for 2 years. The subject categories available are o Arts o Natural and health sciences o humanities and social sciences o technology 2) Training for occupations will allow a student to take their studies for only specific jobs and is often an the choice for those who want a less academic course. Upon obtaining this qualification the student is then allowed to enter the workforce in their field, or can enroll in another technical program that combines all of the specialized courses that are required.

The next stage of education also has two choices. 1) Post secondary occupational training, an extension of the occupational training allows students to further enhance their training to a higher level and lasts either one or two years 2) University education and admission into it is determined by a university entrance exam which is held in each June. It has three stages. The short degree programs that take 3 years to complete, which can be either University diploma or Engineering Technician are longer programs last between four and six years. You will find that the programs are separated into two different cycles. In the first cycle you can anticipate two to three years of education that consists of general education studies in the major that you have chosen. In the second cycle there is an additional two to three years of further education required. Doctoral programs generally require two years of further study and consist of both coursework and a dissertation.

Admission Information for International Students:

  • Fill Application online on Talent Xperts Portal and attach all academic documents for assessment http://www.talentxperts.co.uk/student_form.php
  • Application form completely filled and signed by the applicant.
  • Submission of following documents
  • Academic documents - 10th, 12th and Degree Certificate if applicable.
  • Passport copy
  • CV
  • IELTS if applicable.
  • Other documents as applicable depending on the choice of the course.


Application fee:

Euro 300.00 (Non-Refundable) Payable to Talent Xperts UK Ltd.

Visa Requirement:
Please check your local Embassy or look at our Study Visa Blogs.

Embassy locator
http://www.embassypages.com/

Education in Spain

State education is the responsibility of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport(Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deporte), although the 17 autonomous regions have some responsibility for their own education system (including higher education).
The law also determines that education authorities must promote the integration of foreign pupils and develop specific programmes in mainstream schools for those that do not have a good grasp of the Spanish language. "Bridge" classes provide facilities for students to study Spanish before joining an ordinary class, however all teaching in mainstream schools is delivered in Spanish.

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State and Private Schools

Spain has privately-owned and state schools. Some of the private schools are funded by the state (concertados). Fees in these schools are generally lower than in other private schools. State school education is free, although in some autonomous regions books and materials must be paid for. Once a child enters primary school (primaria), vouchers (bonos) may be available to help pay for books.
Below is a table with English and Spanish translation of the levels and ages of schooling for children.

The School System

SpanishGuarderiaEducación InfantilEducaciónPrimariaESOBachillerato
EnglishNurseryPre-School EducationPrimary EducationCompulsory Secondary EducationPost-Compulsory Secondary Education
AgesAges 0-3Ages 3-6Ages 6-12Ages 12-16Ages 16-18

Student Life

Student Life in Europe is amazing, being part of Schengen country you are free to visit countries and in your vacation and explore massive collections of cultures and diversity in Europe, a Rich history and integration.

Almost all countries give you permission to work at your free time, hence you can be at your own and find work as internee or expert depending what back ground you are coming from.

Tuitions Fees

Attending college in Spain is something that you will certainly enjoy, but it is also something that you must plan for. One of the things that you need to consider is the cost that attending college in Spain will accrue.
You will be happy to know that the costs of attending college in Spain are very reasonable, especially compared to other European countries, as well as the U.S. And, you can get all of the affordability along with a great education. So just how much does it cost to go to college in Spain?
That all depends. Several things factor in on the money that it will take to attain your education, including, of course, the university that you choose, the courses you want to major in, etc. It is also affected by financial assistance that you may be entitled too, though the Spain Education Board does not handle financial aid for international students.
We do have average costs available for you, however. Those average costs are as follows:

  • A bachelor's degree education can cost you anywhere between 680 and 1,280 Euros per school year when attending a public university.
  • The amount that it will cost you to attend the university is a fixed amount that is set in place by the Autonomous Community, though the central government can set amounts of tuition costs of schools within their area.
  • Fees for attending a private university to earn a bachelor's degree vary between 5,500 and 18,000 Euros per school year.
  • For Master's or Doctoral degrees, university fees at public institutions are also government regulated, and vary between 22 and 36 Euros per credit.

If you attend a university in Spain and drop out only to want to enroll again at a later time the amount that you will spend for tuition will increase. Those who are on their second round at college may find costs of attending school to earn a bachelor's degree up to 2100 Euros per school year, while third round or more could cause your tuition costs to increase to as much as 33 Euros per semester or more. Earning a Master's degree could result in tuition costs of as much as 34 Euros for second-time students. Second-time PhD students may find that they are paying as much as 55 Euros per semester to get their education.

Academic Year

Academic year is divided into semesters and holiday periods. The beginning and end of an academic year and a semester as well as holiday spans are established by each school of higher education individually. In summer students are entitled to at least one month uninterrupted holidays.