There are 50 public and 29 private universities, offering a broad range of disciplines. There has been a notable increase in the number of foreign students enrolled in official masters (16.49% according to data from the Ministry of Education). What is more, some of Europe’s leading business schools are based in Spain: IE Business School, IESE Business School and the ESADE Business School, to mention but a few.
Education is compulsory up to the age of 16 and English is the most widely studied foreign language at schools and institutes.
There are a total of 29,167 primary and secondary schools in Spain (of which 9,160 are privately-run), and a considerable number of bilingual schools of different nationalities. This allows for the integration of foreign students in Spain, as reflected by the fact that there are currently 90 foreign students enrolled for every 1,000 Spanish students.
Conoce las posibilidades y oportunidades que se te abren estudiando en un país como España y universidades como la Universidad Politécnica.