A recent study by ESADE Business School placed Spain as the fourth most popular country in the world in terms of attracting talent for advanced degrees in business. Placed only behind the US, UK and Canada, Spain was therefore ranked as the second country in Europe when it comes to attracting MBA talent.
Located at the center of the Northern European plain, Poland has been a nation of survivors since the foundation of the first Polish state more than 1,000 years ago. Through its turbulent history its people have managed to maintain their identity, and today, the country enjoys a crucial position as the largest of the former Eastern European states and the most populous new member of the European Union.
A scholarship doesn’t just provide you funding for your degree: it will help you stand out as someone who takes their work seriously and who excels in everything they do. Very few people have access to scholarships. Let’s face it – education is an investment and it needs to pay off. A scholarship helps you do so in more ways than one. You invest a lot of money for tuition fees, board and room and personal expenses. Nowhere is this more the case than London, one of the most expensive cities to study in the world. The British capital is a greta place to expand your education and practise your language skills – but the high living costs may mean you’re broke long before you get even close to finishing your degree.
Poland is growing like the pre-crisis Spain, funded by the EU and prospering with a very good educational fundament the country is on its peak. It is an interesting place to work, although the language is tough. Generally, legislation in Poland divides expats willing to work in Poland into two groups:
Madrid is already No.1 Erasmus destination in Europe. A lot of business around this fact have been created. Lately the Spanish capital welcomed thousands of students from across the world to what is becoming one of the most attractive cities for students in the south of Europe.