So many people from around the world choose Spanish universities for obvious reasons. After all, by getting an education in this country, besides everything else, you can also get to know the Spanish people, who are very open and friendly. This also helps with studying. If you have any problems or questions, they're very sincere and always willing to help.
Spanish education institutions are rated alongside American and British universities. According to the 2020 Global Peace Index, Spain holds a higher position than other countries mentioned in terms of safety.
But let's talk about the actual quality of education. Studying here is suitable for those with a mathematical and logical mindset, as well as those interested in the humanities. You can study IT, engineering, international relations, art and the humanities, medicine, archeology, design, history and philosophy, linguistics, and social sciences at Spanish universities.
You can get higher education in two types of institutions in Spain. The first is universities and higher technical schools, which provide three levels of scientific degrees, and the second is university schools for professional education. Additionally, university colleges teach general subjects and prepare students for university.
A Bachelor's degree in Spain lasts for 4 years (excluding medical and engineering majors). Studying for a Master's degree and at graduate school takes around 1-2 years. Courses are largely held in Spanish, but there are also programs in English, especially for social sciences (administration, management, law, finances, etc.), and dual-language programs (Spanish + English or Spanish + French).
Instruction can cost between €800 and €10,000 per year; typically €800-€5,000 at state universities and from €5,000 at private universities. Among the scholarships that foreigners can participate in is a scholarship from a university for students with high academic performance (usually, you can apply both during admission and while you are studying). There is also a scholarship for being born into a large or disadvantaged family and special grants for research or creative works (for Master's and Ph.D.). The scholarship can cover tuition in full or give a certain percentage discount. Generally speaking, scholarships from the government or 17 autonomous communities (e.g., the Basque Country, Navarre, Catalonia, etc.) are only given to students with a residence permit, not those who have just relocated.