It is considered one of the top 100 university destinations in the world by the QS Best Student Cities ranking, which rates it as affordable and desirable. If you're looking for a practical, dynamic city with quality of life and a prime location, Valencia is the place for you. 

Why Valencia?

You'll soon find out why it attracts over 3,000 international students annually.


Connected by land, sea and air, it has an excellent public transportation network and a bicycle path that connects all neighborhoods and student areas through the metro, tram, bus or bicycle. 


Valencia is the third largest city in Spain, after Madrid and Barcelona, but its cost of living is much lower compared to them and most European destinations. 


Because the sun shines almost year-round. It has an average temperature of 19 degrees, six months of beach season, 135 kilometers of coastline, extensive green areas and delicious Mediterranean cuisine. 


Diverse, open and welcoming, day and nightlife are equally intense here. It has an unbeatable variety of leisure and cultural experiences to enjoy.  


Valencia offers a wide range of multilingual training, provided by leading and prestigious public and private institutions. It also offers a wide variety of lodging options for all tastes and budgets. 

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Universities and training schools
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Learn Spanish in Valencia
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Erasmus in Valencia
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Housing for students
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Requirements to study in Valencia
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Getting around and other FAQ