Study technology in Spain

Spain is an exciting country in which to live and study and technology courses in Spain are incredibly popular amongst international students.


Technology is the broad name given to a huge industry, which encompasses analysis, design, execution, support or administration of computer-based information systems, mainly software applications and computer hardware.


Technology deals with computers, computer software and electronics which convert, store, guard, manage, convey, and retrieve information.


What is the technology industry like in Spain?


The information technology sector in Spain is expanding rapidly. In comparison to many other countries, Spain still falls behind in terms of technological advancements but it's catching up fast and is set to become one of the top internet business markets in the world.


What is the technology education like in Spain?


Education in Spain is controlled by the Ministry of Education together with the departments of higher education within the universities. On a secondary level, Consejo de Universidades outline the criteria upon which to create new universities, centers and institutes and in addition, it assists in regulating the quality of courses.


Spain has both public and private Universities. Universities are catagroised into Schools (Facultades), and within each School there are various departments, which specialize in a specific part of the corresponding science.


What kind of salary can I expect after graduating from a technology course in Spain?


On average, a graduate from a technology course in Spain with approximately ten years' experience can expect a salary in the region of €45,000 and a programmer with around five years' experience can expect an average salary of €27,000.


Spain has a shortage of qualified information technology professionals; meaning graduates from technology courses in Spain have an advantage over many other candidates in this sector when it comes to applying for jobs, both in the cities and in the coastal areas.

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