- IT IS VERY FRIENDLY TO INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
Spain is a European state located between two powerful states, France and Portugal, it is a blend of historical castles and modern architecture. it is a multicultural nation as its culture is a blend between the Castilians, Catalonians, Lusitanians, Galicians, Basques, Romans and Arabs, therefore Students who pursue their education in Spain can experience this blended spirit first hand. International Students in Spain can take advantage of the country’s international connections to develop their working experience by doing internships or why not working with some Spanish-based multinational companies like Telefonica, Inditex, Santander Bank, and Repsol YPF. Spain is gradually becoming the best choice for international students. International students find programs to assure that they are receiving the type of education they deserve, with the highly elevating culture of the cities from Madrid to Barcelona, Valencia to Serville as well as other cities in the countryside in which you are guaranteed with the valuable learning and an incredible job experiences. other students and faculty staff ready to welcome you into a treasured culture, studying in Spain will not be a regret. Spanish Universities which used to be uni-lingual are gradually introducing English programs to accommodate students with little background in Spanish. Their education system has been refined over many years, with some of the oldest universities dating back to 1218 (how can you resist attending lectures in an old, historic castle?)
2. SPAIN IS THE ONLY EUROPEAN COUNTRY IN THE MAIN GEOGRAPHICAL MASS OF AFRICA
The Spanish city of Melina and its neighbor Cuerta are the only two cities representing Spain or the European Union in the main Land mass of Africa. It shares boundaries with Morroco and these boundaries are mainly indicated by big fences patrolled night and day by both Spanish and Morrocan border patrol units. Cuerta being the closest to the mainly Spain has seen a remarkable high rate of transborder immigration as most illegal migrants from Africa see an opportunity to get to Europe. This also means more security and control on the border. Some even refer to it as Africa but “We are in Europe, not in Africa,” said Jacob Hachuel, the spokesman for the city. “But we have a border that has the biggest socio-economic differences between the two sides of any border in the world.” These two beautiful places, are places you wouldn’t want to experience their multicultural heritage and history.
IT SHARES BORDERS WITH UNITED KINGDOM
in 1729 the United Kingdom and Spain agreed that the territory of Gibraltar, located in the south of Spain and also nicknamed the rock, is henceforth a united kingdom Territory in the city of Serville and this was confirmed by the Paris accord of 1783. Since then, Spain has been trying to reclaim the territory but to no success. Even the 2002 referendum-proof to be a failure. even the United Nations didn’t have much to say as Gibraltarians prefer being British. this means contrary to the distance from the main British Landmass and Spain. It called the Rock because of its 1400ft high rocky mountain with you can climb to by foot or cable car and experience beautiful sights like the sea or other distant African landmasses. it has a huge amount of underground tunnels and caves filled with so much history. its most attractive element may not even be this magnificent rock but the existence of a particular species of monkeys called the Barbary monkeys which have lived for centuries. these beautiful species attract a lot of visitors from far and near and its 30,000 Inhabitants can move across international boundaries on foot