Spain, a country on Europe’s Iberian Peninsula, includes 17 autonomous regions with diverse geography and cultures. Capital city Madrid is home to the Royal Palace and Prado museum, housing works by European masters. Segovia has a medieval castle (the Alcázar) and an intact Roman aqueduct. Catalonia’s capital, Barcelona, is defined by Antoni Gaudí’s whimsical modernist landmarks like the Sagrada Família church.

Spain is a popular destination for international students who seek quality and affordable higher education. Those who wish to study abroad in Spain are welcomed at Spanish institutions of higher education, joining the other 85,000 international students that study in Spain each year.

Spanish universities offer numerous opportunities for international students who wish to obtain a quality education with excellent research opportunities. Spain has 76 universities, and about two thirds of them are state-funded, with the remainder being private institutions of higher education Spain is a welcoming country of extraordinary beauty and has many opportunities for relaxation, a rich culture, and excellent lifestyle opportunities for all who choose to study there.

Capital: Madrid

Dialing code: +34

King: Felipe VI of Spain

Population: 46.77 million (2014)

Official language: Spanish

 Why study in Spain?

Going to Spain is a huge opportunity to get many things.

  • Experience a different pace of life
  • Learn a second language
  • Surround yourself with beauty
  • Uncover an incredible and interesting history
  • Explore the rest of Europe and North Africa
  • Quality education
  • Experience the culture
  • Strengthen your independence

Choosing a university:

If you’re one of the many students concerned about having an academically successful study abroad experience without having to sacrifice all of your free time learning Spanish, there are still program options available for you. Here is everything you need to know to study in Spain in English:

  • Find a program with course instruction in English
  • Choose your location wisely
  • Consider study abroad programs hosted at European & American colleges or universities
  • Take time to select your accommodation, it will make a difference
  • Contact the program advisor

Scholarship program:

Students wishing to study in Spain will find that there are a great number of scholarship opportunities designed to help them pay for their travel and studies abroad. These scholarship programs are supported by international study abroad organizations, as well as by a select group of American colleges and universities. Students may find that searching for a suitable scholarship for foreign study will be made easier if they focus on a specific field of interest. International studies Abroad (ISA), the Spanish Studies Abroad Scholarship program; University of Iowa offers scholarship to the students.

Spain student Visa:

It requires prospective application for the student visa:

  • All document legalized from Ministry of education, Keshar Mahal
  • All document legalized from Ministry of foreign Consular Section, Tripureshwor
  • Police report
  • No objection letter
  • Medical report

Student visa requirements:

  1. For offer letter/Admission:
  2. Academic Document

S.L.C. Mark sheet

S.L.C. Provisional (optional)

S.L.C. Character

H.S.E.B. (+2) Transcript

H.S.E.B. (+2) Provisional

H.S.E.B. (+2) Character

Bachelor Transcript

Bachelor Provisional

Bachelor Character

Recommendation Letter (English Medium Instruction)

  1. Passport
  2. Gap period work Experience
  3. IELTS/PTE/TOEFL (optional)
  4. Complete Fill-Up Application Form

Working in Spain:

  • Student can work up to 20 hours in a week
  • Pay is not high basically it depends on age and experience


  • Bank Balance (16 lakh)
  • Bank Balance statement (6 months or above)

Living expenses in Spain:

The costs of living in Spain are not the same for everyone. It really depends on where you live and the lifestyle that you want to lead. Living in Spain can be very affordable, or it can be very expensive, and you are the determining factor to which you will receive. As a student you probably want to live as affordable as possible, and this means conducting as much research as you possibly can concern housing options, shopping, schools and more.

Prices may vary across Spain, depending on product and service provider. The list below shows average prices:

Furnished two bedroom houseEUR 900
Unfurnished two bedroom houseEUR 600
Furnished two bedroom apartmentEUR 450-550
Unfurnished two bedroom apartmentEUR400
Dozen eggsEUR 1.60
Milk (1 litre)EUR 0.80
Rice (1 kg)EUR 1
Loaf of white breadEUR 0.95
Chicken breasts (1kg)EUR 7
Pack of cigarettes (Marlboro)EUR 4.70
Eating out
Big Mac mealEUR 8
Coca Cola (500ml)EUR 2
CappuccinoEUR 1.55
Bottle of beer (local)EUR 2
Three course meal at a mid-range restaurantEUR 25
Internet (Uncapped ADSL or cable – average per month)EUR 35
Basic utilities (Includes electricity, water, refuse)EUR 117
Taxi rate/kmEUR 1
Bus fare in the city centreEUR 1.50
Petrol/GasolineEUR 1.45
Mobile call rate (per minute – mobile to mobile)EUR 0.15

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