Why Study in Spain for International Students and Living Costs
Every year thousands of students from across the world make their way to Spain to attend one of the 74 universities located in the country. They come to the country for many reasons, all understanding that studying in the country is a truly enlightening experience that leaves you filled with new attitudes and concepts about life. Spain is rich in history and culture, and provides the total package for anyone coming to the area from international lands. Here we will examine some of the many reasons that people choose Spain as their education destination. Perhaps you share a few of these common desires.
Why study in Spain
Although Spain has developed a dynamic educational system with international recognition, students studying in Spain do not have to look to other countries to discover why international students receive a rich educational and cultural experience. Spain’s universities and fields of studies can speak for themselves. Why study in Spain when there are other countries in the world that can offer education and culture to an international student? Spain has programs and systems in place that can help you excel not only in Spain, but in other countries as well.
Costs Excluding Tuition Fees
Visa Fee5000 INR
Medical Costs5000 to 7000 INR
Food Cost200 Euro -400 Euro
Accommodation300 Euro to 600 Euro
Show money8 Lakhs
Flight Ticket FareINR 35000 to 55000
Benefits of the Country
Stay Back and PR
Stay back : 6 Months
Part Time Job
20 Hours per week
Average wage : 8 to 10 Euro Per Hour
Spain has four seasons, with each of those seasons providing delightful weather. In Spain the climate is generally temperate, however, we can distinguish among five types of climate: the climate of the Atlantic coast, cool, humid and rainy; the climate of the central plateau, quite arid and moderately continental, with relatively cold winters and hot summers (see Madrid); the Mediterranean climate of the southern and eastern coastal regions (see Barcelona, Malaga), mild and sunny; the mountain climate of the Pyrenees and the Sierras, more or less cold depending on altitude; and finally the almost African climate of Andalusia, mild in winter and very hot in summer. Therefore, Spain is not always warm and sunny as you might think.
Winter is mild and humid on the coast bordering the Atlantic Ocean (see La Coruna, Gijon, Santander, Bilbao): rainfall is frequent and sunshine is relatively rare. The coasts of Galicia and Asturias, more exposed to the westerly winds, are often windy. In Galicia (see Vigo), the rainfall is particularly abundant, especially from October to April.
Here are the average temperatures of Santander.
Metros in Spain
There are underground railway systems (metros) in Madrid, Barcelona, Bilbao and Valencia, where public transport tickets and passes permit to travel on all modes of public transport including metro, bus and suburban train services. Metros offer the quickest way to get around these cities, although they’re crowded during rush hours. No smoking is permitted on metro trains or in stations, which are clean and fairly safe.
Crime is generally rare on Spanish metros, although you should watch out for pickpockets, especially on the Madrid system. Metro systems are also planned for Malaga and Seville.