More than 24,000 US students decide to study in Spain every year, making it the third most popular destination for US study abroad. Most students who decide to do a semester (or two) abroad access Spanish universities through programs associated with their college or university. If you decide you want to complete a Bachelor’s, Master’s or Doctorate degree in Spain, you can find information here about the Spanish university system, how to apply and costs. Many people also choose Spain as the ideal location to learn or practice their Spanish. Short-term courses are available for all language-levels. And if you’re interested in applying for a Fulbright grant to research in Spain, then please consult the website especially designed for US students. You’ll want to pay special attention to the Country Summary for Spain to see what kinds of grants are available. The information on these pages has been adapted from the main providers of information on study in Spain and the Fulbright Program for US Students, respectively: the Universidad.es Foundation (http://www.universidad.es/home_en/lang.en) and the Institute for International Education.
Please note that the Academic Advising Center at the Fulbright Commission in Spain does not endorse any product, university or service. The content of these pages and this blog is provided solely for informational purposes. We encourage students to be good consumers and investigate all options before committing to any provider. We are delighted to facilitate access to the Spanish Higher Education System and Fulbright grants in Spain by providing this information, but cannot handle specific requests for information beyond what is published on this site.