Famous soccer teams, delicious food, Picasso and Flamenco make Spain a special county. There are 76 universities, out of which approximately 2/3 are funded by government while the remainder are private schools. 40.6% of Spanish people have completed higher education program and raised their chances for finding a satisfying job position. University tuition fees differ according to school, study course and amount of credits the program is worth. International students have an opportunity to apply for some of very few scholarships and grants, which are for example provided by Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport or Spanish Agency for International Cooperation and Development. Out of all students enrolled throughout Spain, there are 3.2% of those who come from abroad.
Following is a list of top 3 universities in Spain. Click on a university to find its detailed information.
There are 71 universities listed in Spain. Click on a university to find its detailed information including address, phone, website, contact details, other related links etc.
Spain is a serene place to study. Annually, students come from all parts of the world to study so ma... [Read More]