Maria Espinoza

 

 

Study Abroad in Spain

Considering a move to Spain but don’t know where to start? Want to study abroad? Need to find a place to stay? Here Maria Espinoza outlines the steps that will make the big move that much less painful. Thousands of foreigners make the move to Spain every year, attracted by the country’s natural beauty, the weather and the promise of a less stressful life. But moving to another country is never easy, and Spain is no different. Finding a place to live, getting your paperwork in order, and making sure you have access to health care can all be serious challenges. This book contains chapters like: Studying in Spain How much will study in Spain cost Can I get financial aid Living expenses Spendning money in Spain How to apply at a university in Spain Eu-students Non-EU students A look at the spanish exam Applying at a university for postgraduate degrees Entry and Visa regulations Funding your study in Spain Typical costs in Spain Health and Safety in Span University tuition fees in Spain Most affordable universities in Spain Transportation costs Student need-to-knows The best universities for international students Moving to Spain Getting to Spain Requirements to open a bank account in Spain Getting your residence permit in Spain Spain and cost of living What’s the currency like in Spain What’s the cost of living in Spain How much money do I need to retire in Spain What’s daily life like in Spain What are the best places to retire in Spain Australian Requirements to retire in Spain American requirements to retire in Spain Things to be aware of Taxes in Spain Living on a budget Interesting parts of Spain The importance if Visa in Spain How to get your NIE number How to get a bank account in Spain Accomodation options in Spain Employment and how to get a job in Spain Crime and security in Spain Medical Care in Spain Weather in Spain Best places to live in Spain Plusses and minuses about Spain How to plan your retirement abroad Advices for US citizens Advices for UK citizens Advices for Australian citizens and more… Most people consider moving to Barcelona, moving to Malaga, moving to Madrid, moving to Torrevieja, moving to Valencia, moving to Marbella or moving to Benidorm. However, with a good dose of planning and research – and plenty of patience – the whole process can be made just a little smoother. From applying for the all-important Spanish foreign residence number (NIE) to getting yourself enrolled in a language class, Maria Espinoza outlines ways you can help yourself when it comes to setting up in Spain. Search no more – Get your copy of, Study Abroad in Spain, today!