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Why Study Abroad in Spain?

Although I am truly a believer in finding the best place to study abroad, based on who you are and your own interests, I am also a bit biased towards studying abroad in Spain. (Maybe more than “a bit,” I mean, my blog is called Study in España, after all.)

For those who do not know, I studied in Spain twice and am already planning to return there to complete my master’s degree next fall. You could say that I am a little obsessed with studying there.

So, whenever anyone asks me why they should study in Spain, well, I list off about a million reasons. But, honestly, I think that Spain is such a great Country to study in. After all, just about anyone could find their perfect spot there.

I think a lot of people believe that Spain is just a country with a singular culture, and this is definitely not the case! Spain has many distinct regions, each having their own particular personality. For example, I had a completely different in experience in Murcia than I did in Barcelona, and no, different does not mean bad! It just shows you that even traveling a few hours by train away, you could experience another style of Spanish life.

Each region of Spain has its unique culture and traditions, and I believe this is what makes the country so great.

In addition to the variety of cultures active in Spain, the climate differs from region to region. Andalusia is one of the warmest regions in the country, as well as the sunniest. However, Galicia has a cooler climate than the rest of Spain, and very noticeably green (probably due to all of the rain). This makes it quite easy to pick the most ideal spot for you.

I also loved that it was easy to find a decent-sized city for everyone. There are some people who love large cities, and that makes Madrid and Barcelona perfect for them. However, I preferred a medium-sized city, which made Murcia and Seville ideal destinations for me. There are also small cities, like Toledo – as well as towns. This really makes Spain a great country for everyone.

Of course, what I have claimed about Spain could be the case for any country in the world. There really is something for everybody in Spain! Hopefully, if you have not experienced living or studying there yet, you will have the opportunity to see this place for yourself soon.

For those who have been to Spain, what is your favorite region, and why?

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Why Study Abroad in Spain?


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