Thursday, December 29, 2016


Matematika Drejtim Shoqeror - Kliko Ketu
Matematika Drejtim Natyror 2009 - Kliko Ketu
Matematika e Pergjithshme - Kliko Ketu
University of Seville
Get off the beaten path in Seville
Seville is a huge magnet for international students because of its easy accessibility, the warmer southern climates, and the welcoming Andalucian culture. Oh, and the academics? University of Seville (or US for short) is known as a campus city because of its large size right in the middle of everything.
One of the best universities in Spain, the US has over 70,000 students on its Campus of International Excellence. Each program has an international focus offering 67 undergraduate and 77 masters degrees, so they're bound to have a classes to fit your goals. Not only that, but US provides a laptop for each student, so you won't be left behind in connecting with loved ones back home and having the resources you need to be successful in your classes while studying abroad in Seville!

University of Granada
Known for its accessibility for college students and tourists alike, Granada is one of the best places to study Spanish -- and no where is better than the University of Granada, another Campus of International Excellence.
It has 13% of its student population coming borders outside of Spain and nearly 800 exchange agreements with universities and institutions all around the world where students participate in the 58 undergraduate and 78 master's level programs. Each program is well equipped with services on and off campus, and the university is situated in a mild climate near the mountains and not far from the Mediterranean Sea.

When you're not studying, you can take advantage of the many cultural, monumental, and recreational activities. Above all else, Granada is one of the most affordable and wallet-friendly cities in Spain!

The University of Almería

This Almería based university has over 12,000 students and a growing international student population. While it's a younger university founded only 10 years ago, it's developing rapidly with its high-end technology and top-notch professors.

The University of Almería specializes in health, experimental, social, and legal sciences, technical studies, and humanities, and it has one of the top programs for teachers. Outside of university life, two of Almería's cultural cornerstones are theater and film.

The University of Càdiz

Also known as UCA, this university is located in the mid-sized coastal city of Càdiz. It's known as the university of medicine, surgery, technology, and social services. It's a digital university, and along with classes, it has four internship programs to give you real world experience in your desired career area with companies in Càdiz (yes, international students included!). Some are even required as part of your program.

As an added bonus, you can even participate in their bike lending program to get around campus and Càdiz!

The University of Salamanca

Founded in 1134, the University of Salamanca has long been considered one of the best universities in Spain and a pivotal representative in discussions regarding Spanish economics, scientific explorations (i.e the feasability of Christopher Columbus's voyage), and political changes.

Today, it's the top-ranked university in Spain, drawing students both from across the country and internationally. It has over 2,000 foreign students each year and is best known for it's Spanish courses for non-native speakers, humanities studies, and courses in law and economics.