Study in Spain

About Spain

European countries come with charismatic appeal with plenty of top destinations to study abroad. One such awesome destination to study abroad in Spain.

Spain is a cultural destination that lures millions of travelers every year.  Dwell your life of rich culture and heritage for a few semesters or even a lifetime, by choosing study abroad Spain option!

Extraterrestrials arts of contemporary and conventional facets, intricate and artistic ages, breezy and rustling nature, Spain make a beautiful country to live, study and explore.

Some students may be little considerable about choosing the right university of college in Spain to study masters programs. Join the famous explorers from Spain, Pizzaro, Ponce De Leon and Cortez. More than higher education, you can enjoy living here. Become a contemporary explorer of Spain, explore and relish the beauty of Spain from Museums to Castles, here is more about Spain.


Spain is a beautiful country, situated in the South-western part of Europe. It occupies Iberian Peninsula and a tiny part of exclave called Llívia Canary Islands and Balearic Islands. Spain is the largest country in South Europe, second largest in the Western Europe and Fourth largest in EU countries.

The mainland border of the East and South of the Spain is connected to Mediterranean Sea, North is connected with France and Bay of Biscay, Atlantic Ocean and Portugal connects on the Western side. 

This cultural land is surrounded mostly by water. As stated above, Spain makes a beautiful place for living. Especially for international students who study related to art and culture, it is one amazing destination to explore more, addition to study and living as student.

Spain has three types of climatic zones.

  1. Mediterranean Climate,  which includes warm and dry summer days

  2. Semiarid climate, where the dry season extends for longer days, beyond the typical summer

  3. Oceanic climate, across the northern part of the country, where the climate is greatly influenced by the ocean.

Travelling :

Main transport system in Spain is road. It is fully centralized and connected with six highways. THe highways connect Madrid, Catalonia, West Andalusia, Valencia, Galicia, Extremadura and Basque Country.  In addition, there are well-connected highway roads along Atlantic, Mediterranean, Cantabrian coastal regions.

While high speed rail network is quite popular across Europe, Spain holds the record and pride of having the fastest / high-speed train in the world. Spain rail network connects all the cities to Madrid in maximum duration of three hours and to Barcelona in four hours.

In case of airports, there are 47 public airports. Airport of Madrid and Airport of Barcelona are two busiest and crowded airports in Spain.

It is easy to commune in and around Spain in train or bus, which is cheaper mode of transport. Hiring taxis are e 


Roman Catholicism is the major religion in Spain. However, it is no longer an official language considered by law in Spain; students in Spain are given an option to select ethics or religion. Teaching of all religion includes Catholicism is legal and recognized in Spain law.

Catholics count for 73% of the population in Spain. There has been quite chaos among Catholicism and Islam for a longer period. Islam and Judaism are the subsequent two religions, common in Spain.

Other than these three religions, there are small groups of people belonging to other religions like Hinduism, Taoism, Buddhism and Pagans.

Politics and Economy:

According to the report provided by Democracy Index, Spain is one of the countries, with full democracies in the whole world.

Constitution of Spain counted on the transition to democracy which happened in the year 1978. The older form of constitution dates back to 1812.

Spain composes of seventeen autonomous communities and two major autonomous cities, which spread wings to embrace different degrees of autonomy due to constitution. Spain has explicit policies which makes the nation indivisible.  There is also strong emphasis on the constitution, which has no religion of state, and all students are free to practice, believe and follow anything the students wish. 

Spain has a parliamentary democracy. King Felipe VI is the head of the state of this Constitutional Monarchy. It is one of the developed countries in the world and has the 14th largest economy. It is listed as member of the United Nations, Council of Europe and European Union. Spain has nominal GDP and is a permanent member of G20 summits.

Students from all countries, inclusive for Indian students Spain makes a great place for higher studies. There are plenty of reputed universities and colleges. Since English is the major language, international students can learn in English without any hassles.

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