Study in SpainSpain is a brilliant study abroad destination, the system, and the caliber of education coupled with the very cost-effective tuition continues to set them apart when it comes to tertiary education. Students are mostly looking for top a top priority learning environment riddled with the many intricacies that come with being in a foreign country. Spain as a whole has this to offer and much more. Tertiary education in Spain has three levels; which are the bachelor’s level, masters level, and doctorate level. Bachelor’s level is typically for four years and requires secondary school education to enroll. Masters level typically spans one to two years and requires an undergraduate degree or diploma to enroll. Doctorate level in Spain takes about three to four years, some students who work and study take up to five years to complete the program. In order to enroll in a doctorate program, the candidate must already possess a bachelor's and a master's degree. In Spain, there is an increasing list of courses and programs from various fields tailored to students' skills and interests. Factually there is a very high chance that a student will find their course of choice, however novel or niche it is, in Spain. Spain welcomes over 80,000 international students from around the world every year and the number is still growing. Spain has 77 higher institutions, both government-owned and private-owned, with a few religious institutions as well. Government-owned universities are run and funded by the individual states, which means that states in the country have different tuition fees. Because of Spain’s historical input when it comes to higher education, there are many schools within the country that are ranked amongst the highest in the world. Spain has a very well rounded system of education that encourages student development and fosters a very international outlook when it comes to career development.