The country that gave birth to the current 2nd most widely spoken language in the world, Spain also situated in the warmer part Europe with an immensely strong sport culture. Madrid and Barcelona are two of the most popular and dynamic cities in the country. The relaxing layback lifestyle and the incredible nightlife are just the tip of the iceberg of what Spain has to offer.
The country houses 76 universities with two-third of the universities are being state-funded and the rest are privatized institutions. With 12 of them being among the top 500 universities in the world. And according To Zaremba’s article ”Top 10 study destination for 2019” in 2017 published in GoAbroad.com, Spain is placed number 2 on the list for its diversity of study program and the demographic of international students, rich history and festivals, fabulous hikes and beaches and the local people for their love of social and sharing food.
Just like most of the countries in mainland Europe, the Spanish university tuition fees are among the lowest in the world. The only catch is the requirement of the Spanish Language for public university. But gaining the ability to communicate with more than 399 million people around the world is definitely worth the effort.
Spain is the 16th largest export economy in the world. Some of the major exports of Spain are automotive and transport product with France and Germany being the 2 of the major export destination.