The university system in Spain

In Spain, you are spoiled for choice when it comes to choosing a university. There are 87 universities in Spain. There are 50 public universities and 37 private universities.

Of course, FEEDUC does not work with all universities.

Among the private universities, we have selected those that have shown us to be the most suitable to meet your requirements, both in terms of quality and willingness and ability to welcome international students.

We have been to all of our partner universities, often anonymously, and we work hand-in-hand with them as long as we feel they can earn the trust of a student and their family.

We continue to visit their campuses several times a year, sometimes still anonymously, to get a feel for the general atmosphere and to talk with students. We are also attentive to the comments of students who have been with us for several years and their feedback helps us.

FEEDUC's strength lies in its knowledge of the field, its contacts and the processes of each university, with which it must establish a relationship of trusting exchange.

Finally, a special fee-paying service is available for studies at public universities. Contact us by e-mail at to find out more.

We're not here to fill out an application. FEEDUC is here to advise you throughout the 3 phases of your project, and of course to help you register with our partner universities.

That being said, these choices of partners are obviously subjective and you may find courses that suit you at other universities with which we do not yet work. If this is your case and you would like help with your application, we will be happy to study your project. Please contact us by e-mail.

As far as we are concerned, our ultimate question is: "Would I enroll my children in this university? If the answer is: "Yes, definitely!" in the course of study for which we offer it, then you will find it on the list we offer for that course of study.

Every year we do several assessments with the universities we propose in Spain. We re-evaluate the quality and relevance of our partner universities' proposals in relation to the specific needs of our students. This is why our offers are likely to change from one year to the next.