A glamourous country in Europe’s Iberian Peninsula, Spain is home to some of the greatest teams in world football including Real Madrid and Barcelona.
The country draws in international students from across the globe. It is considered to be one of the cheapest countries in Europe to study
Spain offers tuition fees as low as 150 euros a year for bachelor’s and up to 3,500 euros (US$147.83 to US$3,449.25) for master’s at public universities.
The tuition fee costs vary according to your chosen programme and university, with private universities charging a higher fee.
Living costs in Spain are relatively reasonable. Generally, you would need between 900 euros to 1100 euros (US$886.95 to US$1,084.05) to cover your day-to-day expenses. This varies according to your lifestyle as well as the city you’re living in.
To save on living costs, avoid cities such as Madrid and Barcelona. Students can enjoy cheaper costs of living in cities like Valencia, Seville or Cadiz – 700 to 900 euros (US$689.85 to US$886.95) a month on average.