Spanish university system

 

If you are willing to take higher education in Spain, here is some data regarding its university system, access for foreign students and tuition fees.

Academic degrees

 

Spanish Universities offer academic studies on three levels. In Campus Spain we help you to access any of them.

 

Click below for more details about the contents, duration and access requirements of each degree:

Bachelor's Degree

 

During the Bachelor’s Degree program students must obtain at least 240 ECTS (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System) credits, which normally implies 4 years of study. At the end the students earn a University Degree...

Master's Degree

 

During the Bachelor’s Degree program students must obtain at least 240 ECTS (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System) credits, which normally implies 4 years of study. At the end the students earn a University Degree..

 

PhD

This degree of studies is known in Spain as doctorado. PhD studies are focused mostly on research skills. In order to earn a PhD it is necessary to complete both training and research periods. PhD students also prepare and defend their doctoral thesis...

 

 

Spanish university system in numbers

Spain has 82 universities which offer classroom teaching. The majority of them (50) are public. There are almost 1.5000.000 students in Spain nowadays! Women are a slight majority of them (54,1%).

 

5,6% of students in Spain come from abroad, 36%  from the European Union and 64% from non-EU countries.

 

Take a look at foreign students’ percentage broken down by continents and type of studies:

Fuente:. Informe anual del Ministerio de Educación Cultura y Deporte. Edición 2016 (agosto 2016)

 

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