To learn about the requirements for studying in Spain 2022 – 2023 and to help you prepare, read below the application procedure for studying in Spain 2022 – 2023 :
Preparing the documents to study in Spain 2021 – 2022


The possibility of getting a visa in Spain is quite high, but you still need to be careful to prepare the documents honestly and carefully. Basically, to apply for a student visa in Spain, you will need a set of documents:

– A passport valid for more than one year and a copy of the passport.
– Visa application form
– Recent photo, white background, straight face, size 4 x 6
– Letter of invitation from the school in Spain and the content of the study program
– Study plan
– Documents proving the level of education (high school/college/university diploma, transcripts), foreign language certificate
– Criminal record (certifying that there is no criminal record)
– Financial documents sufficient to cover tuition, housing and travel expenses
– Confirmation of health insurance coverage

– Curriculum Vitae of the visa applicant (form provided by the Spanish Embassy)
– Application for a student visa to Spain
– Health certificate
Note: For documents that need to be legalized, they must be legalized directly on the original, the place of legalization is at the Consulate and Embassy of Spain.
The visa fee is about 60 EUR (1.7 million VND).
Application period

Spanish colleges and universities usually open in October of each year. Therefore, visa applications must be completed at least two months before the admission date.
In particular, you should estimate the time needed to complete the application in order to make an appointment to apply for a student visa early on the website
Do I have to study in Spain through a study abroad center?
In general, reputable study abroad centers have been in operation for 10 years or more, have a clear office address, have a team of highly qualified advisors and provide transparent information about their programs. services and costs. The benefits you will receive by studying abroad in Spain 2022 – 2023 through the Study Abroad Guidance Center:
Making a clear and appropriate learning pathway.
Not sure which major is right for you? Which industry is easiest to get a job in Spain? Don’t know which school is best for you? All advisors will have the expertise and understanding of the Spanish market to plan the study path that best suits you.
Save time in preparing documents
By using the Study Abroad Advising Centers, parents and students will avoid surprises when completing procedures and documents. The time and effort of preparation is also considerably reduced. Thus, the students’ study abroad trip is also more convenient and faster than if they had to prepare the documents themselves and search for information from many different sources.
Information is complete, accurate and constantly updated
Due to the specificity of the profession, the enthusiastic and experienced consultants of study abroad consulting centers are very quick to grasp new information about visa policies, scholarships, fees, etc. Therefore, they can thoroughly and effectively analyze for parents and students about their academic and financial ability, as well as choosing a school that suits their ability and economic conditions.
In addition, the centers are often the official enrollment representatives of the schools, so they will create the conditions for students and parents to participate directly in seminars with representatives of the participating schools. They will also be regularly invited by the schools and international educational organizations to participate in training sessions, exchange and update the latest information. Through face-to-face counseling sessions, parents and students will receive and update the latest information on study abroad.
In addition to the above benefits, the centers also have many policies to maintain incentives and support counseling for parents, students and pupils while studying in Spain. At the same time, they also provide very effective support to parents to visit their children, organize
HISA is the official enrollment representative of many Spanish colleges and universities in Vietnam. It is always a prestigious partner of the schools, whose role is to provide the most recent and updated information on costs. fees to study in Spain 2021 – 2022, scholarships to study abroad 2022 – 2023 and information on the best training schools in Spain.
If you are far away, it is not possible to go directly to the HISA offices. You can scan (or take a picture) and then send it to [email protected] to have the application procedure for scholarships to study in Spain with a preferential rate.
Types of scholarships in Spain for Vietnamese students

Although Spanish public schools are subsidized by the government for 90% of their tuition fees, international students in Spain still have the opportunity to receive many scholarships: Early enrollment allows for a 5-30% discount on tuition fees, the full Eramus scholarship to study in another country if your results in the first year in Spain are good enough (the scholarship covers all living expenses, travel, and tuition). tuition fees for the second year).
There are a number of scholarships available for international students to study in Spain 2022 – 2023 from various sources such as:
MAEC-AECID Scholarships The Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation (MAEC) offers as an academic opportunity – mainly for postgraduate studies. The scholarships are open to young international and Hispanic students (and, in some programs, to final-year undergraduate students).
These scholarships are awarded to international students to study in Spain and to Spanish students to study abroad.
Erasmus Mundus Partnerships EMJMD Scholarships Master’s students from all over the world can apply. You must have a first degree in higher education or an equivalent academic qualification recognized, according to national laws and practices, in the countries that award the degree.
The scholarship covers your study and accommodation costs (including tuition fees, library and laboratory fees, full insurance and all other compulsory costs related to your participation in the Master’s program). doctor); travel expenses and includes a monthly stipend for the duration of the study program.
Scholarships for Short Courses in Madrid The European School of Economics in Madrid is offering 50 scholarships worth 70% of tuition fees for short courses in the following areas: hotel management, sports management, public management music industry, event management.
GSE Barcelona Master’s Scholarships The Graduate School of Economics Barcelona scholarships offer students a partial tuition reduction for a master’s program. Selection will be based on academic merit and preference will be given to early applicants.
Barcelona Institute of Economics (IEB) Doctoral Scholarships The scholarship is applicable at the beginning of the school year in September, offered for the first 3 years and then renewable for one more year.
IFISC Scholarships The Institute of Physics of Interdisciplinary and Complex Systems in Spain sponsors IFISC (CSIC-UIB) scholarships for international students.
ESCAC Film Scholarships ESCAC offers 10 full scholarships and 10 partial scholarships to students pursuing a degree in film engineering. The scholarship covers tuition fees (excluding taxes and administrative fees) for the academic year.
Alicante Neuroscience Institute Master’s Scholarships The Alicante Neuroscience Institute is offering 5 international scholarships for the academic year to candidates pursuing a Master’s program in Neuroscience.
Toulouse Business School Scholarships Toulouse Business School awards 1 Excellence Scholarship and 4 Academic Excellence Scholarships to candidates of all eligible nationalities.

Jaen University Bachelors and Masters Scholarships The University of Jaen is offering at least 297 scholarships to excellent international students who wish to pursue Bachelors and Masters degrees at the university. The objective of this scholarship is to promote internationalization within the student community of the University of Jaen.
IED Creactivate Scholarships The Istituto Europeo di Design offers up to 22 Creactivate scholarships to international students who wish to pursue master’s and postgraduate programs.
European Joint Master’s Scholarships Scholarships are awarded in the field of environmental studies – cities and sustainability.
UAB P-SPHERE Postdoctoral Fellowship The P-SPHERE project is a long-term program with 2 waves that attracts experienced and transnational researchers as required by the program. Marie Sklodowska-Curie program. The program offers up to 48 postdoctoral fellowships.
Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology International Fellowships The Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology will award 61 fellowships to sponsor international students to undertake a postdoctoral research program.
The CIC biomaGUNE Collaborative Research Center for Biomaterials postdoctoral fellowships provide full fellowships to postdocs in this field.
The IBEC La Caixa Postdoctoral Scholarships are open to students from all countries undertaking a postdoctoral program at the Catalan Institute of Bioengineering (IBEC). Up to 30 top candidates will be selected to receive the La Caixa Scholarship. The deadline for applications is the beginning of October of each year.
UC3M Scholarships at the University of Madrid Charles III The scholarships are open to students pursuing a master’s degree in the field of: international law, ecclesiastical law and philosophy of law, criminal law, procedural and historical law, public, private, social and international law.
Tuition fees to study in Spain 2022 are based on different factors, such as the type of higher education institution (private or public), the type of degree, the number of credits, the region where you study and the country you are a national of.
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4,500 EUR/year
Professional college 350 EUR/year
University – public school: 680 – 1,280 EUR/year
– private school: 5,500 – 18,000 EUR/year
Master’s degree in public school: 2,000 – 5,000 EUR/year
Which specialty should I choose to study in Spain?
Business Administration/Economics
The most affordable universities in Spain
Here are some of the most affordable universities in Spain:
University of Granada – average tuition is EUR 821/year.
University of Valencia – average tuition is EUR 2,600/year
University of Santiago de Compostela – average tuition is EUR 1,600/year
Universitat Rovira i Virgili – average tuition is EUR 2,900 per year
Fees at the main public universities
The following is a list of average tuition fees at Spain’s major public universities:
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid – average tuition is EUR 2,000-3,000/year.
University of Barcelona – average tuition 2,900 EUR/year
Pompeu Fabra University – tuition fees range from EUR 3,000 to EUR 4,000/year
Autonomous University of Barcelona – average tuition is EUR 3,500/year.
If you are still wondering how to choose a school that fits your family’s budget and finances to study in Spain in 2022, the following table will help you make the best choice:
No. School Address Tuition (EU/year) Website
1 University of Barcelona
Gran Via de Les Corts Catalanes 750-1 800
2 Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia

Guadalupe, Murcia 5,000 – 6,000
3 Global Business School Barcelona Barcelona 9,900
4 University of Seville Seville 6,000 – 8,000
5 University of Zaragoza Zaragoza 3,000 – 5,000
6 University of A Coruña Ferrol, A Coruña 3 500 – 4 000
7 University of Navarra Pamplona, Navarra 9,000 – 15,000
8 Centro Español de Nuevas Profesiones Madrid 3,600
9 University of Córdoba Córdoba 7580
10 ESERP Business School Barcelona 5,200
11 Charles III University of Madrid Madrid 12,000
12 University of La Rioja La Rioja. España 4,500
13 University of Valladolid Valladolid 5 500 – 6 000
14 Autonomous University of Barcelona Bellaterra, Barcelona 5,500 – 6,000
15 University of Jaén Jaén 5,500 – 6,000
16 University of Málaga Málaga 5,500 – 6,000
17 University of Granada Granada 700-1000
18 University of Oviedo Asturias, Spain 2600
19 University Pompeu Fabra Barcelona, Spain 1657
20 Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya Barcelona, Spain 2000-4000
21 Universidad Politècnica de València València, Valencia 2000-4000
22 Universidade de Santiago de Compostela Santiago de Compostela, A Coruña, <2000
23 University of Murcia Lorca, Murcia 2000-4000
Cost of living when studying in Spain 2022
Overall, Spain is a cost-effective country where international students are not under too much financial pressure.
You will need between 500 and 900 EUR/month to live in Spain. The cost will be higher if you choose Madrid or Barcelona, which are the most expensive cities in Spain.
In smaller cities such as Valencia, Sevilla or Cadiz, you can enjoy a lower cost of living, averaging between 400 and 700 EUR/month.
Note: The above figures are only estimates, the cost of living will vary from student to student due to different consumer habits and cities.
Admission requirements for study programs in Spain
What IELTS score do I need to study in Spain? What is the total score?
Program Entry Requirements
Language – High school or college graduate, university graduate with a GPA >= 6.5
– Basic communication in English, having a foreign language certificate will be an advantage.


High School Program – Completion of grade 9
University – High School Diploma, GPA >= 6.5
– Foreign Language: Spanish B1 or English equivalent to IELTS 6.0
Master’s degree – University graduate in the right field, GPA >= 6.5
– Foreign Language: Spanish B2 or English equivalent to IELTS 6.0 -6.5
– Education and work experience requirements vary from school to school.
Complementary Program – You have completed your 3rd year of university or graduated in a major: Business Administration, Tourism, Marketing, Interior Design, Graphic Design…
– English IELTS >= 5.0, knowledge of Spanish is an advantage.
– If you have not completed the 3rd year, you can transfer points and credits to the school for consideration.
Aupair Program – College and university students with a major in social sciences, with a focus on foreign languages (English)
– English equivalent to IELTS >= 6.5, knowledge of Spanish is an advantage
– Commitment to work for at least 9 months and return to Vietnam at the end of the program
– be between 18 and 21 years old, be in good health
Internship – Students in 2, 3 and 4 years of higher education with a major in restaurant, hotel, kitchen, bar, etc.
-GPA >= 6.5
– Good communication skills in English, knowledge of Spanish is an advantage.
– Commitment to return to Vietnam at the end of the program.