Study in Spain for free | Vocational studies for two years

Would you like to learn a profession recognised by the entire European Union? Would like to study in Spain for free? Would you like to have a Diploma in 2 years recognised by the entire European Union? If yes, then this opportunity for you to get vocational study offer in public centre in Spain for two years by "Erasmus in School" organisation and start your vocational study.

Study in Spain for free | Vocational studies for two years in Spain

About the Vocational Studies in Spain

The vocational study is a vocational diploma (2 year duration), where you will study in a practical way and learn a profession that leads directly to the job market. This include courses belonging to all different fields. These are some of of them: 

- -Sport football trainer, (it has 3 levels and gives you the license to train at Spanish first league La Liga and international football leagues).

- Marketing and Publicity

- Culinary Arts

- Nursery education

- Automation

- Aero-mechanics maintenance of airplanes with turbine engine

- Electro automatic system

- Web design

- Hospitality and Tourism

- Business and Finance

- Oral hygiene

- Clinical and bio-medical laboratory

- Civil construction

- Cook direction

- Sport trainer

- Cosmetology, Hair-dresser, Make-up

- Fashion design

- Nutrition

- Audio-visual communication, etc.

Benefits of obtaining a Vocational Diploma in Spain

-Study for free. No tuition fees. Program is funded by the government. 

-No Spanish language level required.

-No IELTS or TOEFL required

-Diploma recognized in the entire European Union

-Low living cost of living in Spain.

-High quality life in Spain. (Safety, universal health care system, cities with beaches, sunny days and great social life)

-Access to permanent residency after living in Spain for 5 years.

-Top 1 preferred destination for ERASMUS students.

-Support to entrepreneurs if you want to start-up your own business.

-Access to work permit with student visa. 

Eligibility and Criteria for vocational studies in Spain

-  All students from all the world can apply for vocational studies in Spain

- Having your academic credentials recognised by the ministry of Education of Spain

- Showing you have at least the equivalent amount of 10,000 EUR in your bank account (This is only after getting the admission for applying for a Visa)

What Erasmus in School organisation provides ?

- Academic equivalency process + sworn translation

- Application to up to 10 different vocational centres in Spain

- Visa application and visa appointment support (if you are from outside the EU)

- Medical insurance

Why applying via Erasmus in School ?

-Guarantee number 1: Expertise: We are the only agency specialized in the admission process of vocational studies in Spain for international students. We save you time and money, as we know the process and have years of experience of sucess applying for other students. We know about the application procedure, deadlines, visa appointments, academic equivalency, etc.

-Guarantee number 2: Apply with guarantees: Pay second instalment, only if you get the admission letter with scholarship.

-Guarantee number 3: Return of investment: Before you reach to Spain, we provide a training about how to get part-time jobs and making 1,000€ a month. In 2 months, your return of investment is covered. 

Deadline to Apply 

Early applicants: Sunday, 31st December 2023. Save 660€.

Late applicants: Friday, 15th March 2024. 

COST of Application with scholarship:

- Early bird applicants (First instalment): 990€ 
- Early bird applicants (Second instalment): 1,250€

- Late applicants (First instalment): 1,300€ 
- Late applicants (Second instalment): 1,600€

Note: Paying the second instalment, only if you get admission with scholarship, no tuition fees

What is included in the first Instalment?

- Application for 10 different vocational centres on your behalf.

- Academic equivalency

- Sworn translation

- Scholarship application

- Government application fee

What is included in the second Instalment?

- Admission letter for a funded program by the Spanish government (scholarship)

- Student visa assistance

- Visa appointment guidance

- Medical insurance (up to the requirements of student visa)

- Online training to obtain part-time jobs in Spain + info-pack with websites 

- Info-pack to find accommodation in Spain

- Guidance to obtain TIE after arrival in Spain (mandatory procedure for all international students to get their visa extended in Spain)

How to Apply

Fill out this form and Erasmus In School will contact you for further details. 

Questions & Answers about Vocational studies in Spain

1. If the program of vocational studies is free, why do I have to pay for the application?

- If you get admission into a public vocational school in Spain, you will not need to pay for tuition fees. However, in order to be eligible to receive the scholarship from the government as international student, you need to keep certain criteria. This includes having your academic credentials recognised by the Spanish Ministry of Education, which involves certain bureaucracy and process like sworn translation, scholarship application and homologation process. All this is paperwork is what Erasmus In School charges for. 

2. What is the total cost for me to Erasmus In School to apply on my behalf?

The total cost is 2,290€. This is paid in 2 instalments. You only pay for the second instalment if you got admission with scholarship.

3. What is the meaning of "admission with scholarship"?

Admission with scholarship means that you got admission into a vocational course in Spain, funded by the Spanish government, where you will not need to pay any tuition fees. 

4. What is included in the first instalment payment?

The first instalment payment includes all the paperwork and bureaucracy necessary for you to be able to apply as international student to a vocational program with no tuition fees in Spain. Erasmus In School gets in charge of preparing all that paperwork on your behalf, including, academic credentials, sworn translation and scholarship application,. You only have to worry about select the course of your choice, we do the rest.

5. What is included in the second instalment payment?

You will only pay for the second instalment if you got admission with a scholarship. Second instalment includes individual guidance for the entire visa process, (before and after reaching Spain), as well as training prior arrival to find part-time jobs and affordable accommodation. 

6. Is there any refund if I don't get admission into a public vocational centre with scholarship?

There is no refund, however, you will have with you all the paperwork that will allow you to apply for the next intake. All these documents are yours and you can use it for future applications. Erasmus In School will apply for the next intake on your behalf with no cost.  Or if you prefer it, we could apply for a private vocational centre, (in thiS case, there will be tuition fees, which will need to be paid directly to the vocational school). 

7. How can I maximise my possibilities to get admission in a public centre with a scholarship?

If you have good grades, that will help, as admissions are accepted based on the grades obtain. On top of that, if you apply for a course which is not highly demanded in a small town, that will definitely increase your chances to get admission. 

8. Do I need to know Spanish to obtain admission?

No, knowing Spanish is not a requirement. However, we recommend you become familiar with the language in advance. 

9. What is the language of communication of the classes?

Classes and exams will be conducted in Spanish language. The approach of studies is very practical. Most of the international students who attended classes and took Spanish classes were able to speak Spanish fluently after 3 months in Spain and no prior level of Spanish. 

10. Can I have access to part time jobs while studying?

 Yes, the student visa in Spain allows you to work up to 30h/week. 

11. It is easy to teach English in Spain?

Yes. Learning English is on a huge demand in Spain. You can find many job offers to teach English here: 

12. Can I get a student visa with the admission letter of being accepted in a vocational program?

 Yes, you will get the student visa.

13. When does the program start?

 Vocational program starts in September and it ends in June.

14. When is the next intake?

 The next intake will be in September 2024. 

More Details

- For more details you cant check the info-letter

More Question

If you still have more questions you can contact Erasmus in School organisation: 

WhatsApp: +34 617 46 00 24

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