Spain is situated on the Iberian Peninsula in South-West Europe. Spanish territory also includes the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean, the Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean off the African coast, and two autonomous cities in North Africa that border Morocco (Ceuta and Melilla). Spain is the second largest country in Western Europe and is one of the main tourist destinations worldwide. It has a population of 45 million people.

The Education System in Spain has been in expansion since the early 13th century, and now the qualification acquired from a recognized Spanish University is highly appreciated throughout the Europe. Educational Institutes in Spain offer wide range of programs at all levels, in order to get International Learners from all around the world. Over the last two and half decades, the number of Spanish Universities have greatly increased. There are ample of world’s oldest and most renowned Universities situated in Spain.


  1. The city of Madrid is Spain's most crucial centre for International Business and Commerce.
  2. From the Europe, Spain has the 4th lowest cost of living.
  3. Spain is one of the most affordable countries in Europe for students.
  4. Studying in Spain could help your Business career.
  5. Part-time job is available in b/w study for UG & PG programme.

Top Universities in Spain

Spain has a long history of higher education, with its oldest university, There are a total of 76 universities in Spain, 45 of which are run and funded by the state, while 31 are private or run by the Catholic Church. 25 Spanish universities are featured, which 13 are within the global top 500. The largest concentrations of leading Spanish universities are found in the capital city Madrid and second city Barcelona.

Top 5 Public Universities in Spain

  • University of Barcelona
  • University Rovira i Virgil
  • Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
  • Fundesem Business School

Top 5 Private Universities in Spain

  • EU Business School - Spain
  • IE Business School
  • Geneva Business School
  • EAE Business School
  • University of Navarra

Spain Education & Living Costs

Tuition costs in public universities are some of the lowest in Europe and they are set by the Spanish government authorities for each area.

Tuition fees in public universities

  • Bachelor's degrees: between 750 – 2,100 EUR/year
  • Master's and doctoral degrees: between 900 – 3,300 EUR/year

Tuition fees in private universities

Private universities have higher tuition fees, but usually not exceeding 18,000 EUR/year for any degree programme. However, business schools may sometimes charge tuition over 20,000 EUR/year.

Average living costs in Spanish the Student accommodation – prices range from 360 to 650 EUR/month.

Scholarships to study in Spain

  • Major Intakes: September

Spanish Studies Abroad provides Merit-Based Scholarship, International Studies Abroad (ISA) Diversity Scholarship.

Documentation for Application, Offer letter & study visa

  • C.V
  • SOP
  • 2 LOR (required)
  • Qualification Documents:-
    1. Class 10th & 12th for UG programme
    2. Class 10th, 12th & UG marks sheets for PG programme
  • Evidence of English Language proficiency e.g. IELTS, TOEFL, etc.
  • Other Certificates & Achievements of Extracurricular Activities
  • Portfolio (for Art, Design & Architecture programme)
  • Standardised Tests e.g. GMAT, GRE (where necessary for the programme)
  • Passport copies of front & back page.
  • Draft for application fees, if applicable.

Note: The documents required for individual universities and individual courses in Spain may vary.

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