More and more people are choosing to share an apartment, not just students, as a more economical way to live. This means paying a reduced amount of rent for a room and cohabitating with other people, which can sometimes be problematic.
Getting your academic degree recognised in Spain (also known as homologación) isn’t always a simple procedure. But why do you need to do it? Having an overseas qualification officially recognised in Spain means that is has the same value as its Spanish equivalent.
The new academic year is just beginning and thousands of university students are travelling to the big city to resume their studies. Many of them choose to live in rented flats instead of halls of residence, but this decision brings obligations with it as well as rights.
Your Erasmus exchange is coming closer, but you still have no idea where you’ll be staying. Don’t worry, you are not alone! We are here to help you and after this article you’ll be more than ready to find your place in sunny Spain.
Millions of students have passed through the Erasmus programme and agreed it’s been one of the best experiences of their lives, but how do you make that all-important decision? Here’s some things to keep in mind…
Ten of the twenty most requested universities in the Erasmus programme are in Spain, and it’s the country that receives more foreign students than any other. The reasons are obvious – Spain is different – but where exactly in Spain is right for you? Here’s our pick of the best: