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What is employability situation at Catalonia universities?

According to the Catalan University Quality Assurance Agency 2016 survey “The employment outcomes of master’s degree holders from universities in Catalonia”:

Barcelona (in Catalonia) is fifth in world rankings as place to study for MBA

Barcelona is the fifth most popular destination worldwide and second most attractive location in Europe for overseas students to undertake their MBA programs, according to recent research carried out by the local business school, Esade. With a total of 857… Continue Reading →

What is the Startup Ecosystem in Catalonia?

Barcelona is one of Europe’s most dynamic startup ecosystems, especially in the field of new technologies (Internet, Mobile Software & Services, e-commerce, Big Data and Tourism), thanks to multiple factors that have given the city over 1,100 startups with ambition… Continue Reading →

What is graduate enrollment at Catalonia universities?

Graduate enrollment (2014-15) Total students: 26,572 students International students: 6,848 students % Int. students: 25.77% Doctorate enrollment (2014-15) Total students: 15,727 students International students: 5,558 % Int. students: 35.34%

How expensive is it to live and study in Catalonia?

You need to spend around €1000 per month towards your expenses. To give you a better idea of this, here is a breakdown in Euros. Rent: 350-500 (shared flat) Telephone: 80 Food: 200 Lunch on campus: 8 Lunch in City… Continue Reading →

Why should you consider a Master’s degree in Catalonia?

Catalonia is one of the founding regions of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA). All degrees are regulated by the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS), which guarantees not only the harmonization and quality of the courses, but student mobility as… Continue Reading →

Tell me about higher education opportunities in Catalonia

Catalonia offers university students a prestigious, quality higher education system, with over seven centuries of history and tradition. The system comprises twelve universities —seven public universities, a distance-learning university and four private universities — that serve almost 240,000 students and… Continue Reading →

How to arrive at Catalonia?

Catalonia has four commercial airports: Barcelona Airport is about 13 km from the city and has two terminals (T1 and T2), which are linked to the city by a bus service. From outside the terminals, you can take a bus… Continue Reading →

How is it to live in Catalonia?

Catalonia, an autonomous region of Spain and home to the Catalans, lies between Spain’s eastern coast and the Pyrenees. The region’s culture borrows heavily from the Iberians, Romans, Moors, Franks and the Visigoths. All these civilizations took turns in occupying… Continue Reading →

How is urban security at Catalonia?

Barcelona is the 15th most secure citiy in the world between Montreal and Chicago according the “Safe Cities Index 2015” reported by The Economist Intelligence Unit. In rankings by category, Barcelona highlights in Personal Safety (11 position) and Health Security… Continue Reading →

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