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University of Salamanca voted second most beautiful in Europe

Among the attributes of Salamanca’s university, which was opened in 1134, THE noted that the college library had a special attraction to help students.

PSOE propose first year of university to be free for all Spaniards

Speaking in Sevilla, PSOE general secretary, Pedro Sanchez, 45, said the move was to make sure no one missed out on a university education because of financial concerns.

Spain’s education system one of the worst among developed nations

NEW research shows that Spain’s education system is trailing behind Europe and other world leaders. Figures have revealed that 35% of young Spaniards lack a...

Councils to fund school rennovations in Axarquia

Larger classrooms, renovated toilets and new sports tracks are some of the works being undertaken

PSOE demands end to cartoon dubbing in Spain to help kids learn foreign languages

The centre-left party has asked the government to put pressure on state TV channel RTVE to stop dubbing foreign-made children’s programmes into Spanish

Becoming a mother can halt career progression, new study shows

The study shows mothers are less willing to travel overseas

Shortage of skilled workers holding back economic recovery in Spain

Modern companies are simply unable to find sufficient numbers of workers

School daze on the Costa del Sol

Choosing the right schools for your kids can be a puzzle of algebraic proportions for parents newly-arrived on the Costa del Sol. But problem solved - we’ve done the homework for you

Educating the world

International Development Specialist Brad L. Brasseur reports on the battle to bridge an education gap that is condemning third world citizens to a life sentence of poverty

Spanish minister says ‘best vaccine against violence is education’

Forty eight women have been killed by their partners in Spain so far this year

Gibraltar studies to be taught in the Rock’s schools

The subject will include the development of Gibraltarian people, natural history, geology and the marine environment

Spanish school holidays are too long, say experts

Education experts claim the current three-month break means kids simply ‘forget how to study’

Andalucia to receive funds for scholarships, education improvement and textbooks

Andalucia's national government representative explained the education funds the region will receive

Women outnumber men in Spanish universities

But men have higher employment rates

Robots take over Spanish classrooms

Robots may be the new frontier for programming education

Spain’s Rajoy brings in new education minister to try to save party’s reputation

Inigo Mendez de Vigo, 59, was previously Secretary of State for the European Union

Spanish teaching methods ‘outdated’ and ‘ineffective’, say experts

Experts say the Spanish education system is behind the times in in desperate need of reinvention

Kids educated about sex abuse more likely to report it

Children educated about sexual abuse from an early age are more likely to report it

Quarter of Spanish people believe the Sun orbits the Earth

30% think that humans once lived alongside dinosaurs, according to the latest Social Perception of Science survey

Muslim students lack access to Islamic education in Spain

Nine out of 10 Islamic education teachers are out of work in Spain

Spain has highest school dropout rates in EU for fourth year running

Spain’s dropout rate continues to top the EU, but students seeing education through are more numerous than in recent years ... with a considerable gender disparity

20 years of success at Marbella Design Academy!

In its anniversary year, Marbella Design Academy is bigger, better and more glamorous than ever before

Get educated: The Olive Press guide to schooling in Spain

Choosing the right schools for your kids can be a problem of algebraic proportions for parents newly-arrived on the Costa del Sol. Imogen Calderwood has the facts to help you tick all the right boxes

Calpe International School: A class act

Calpe School has a gold-star reputation on the coast. Rob Horgan went back to the classroom to learn why

First for beauty

Marbella Beauty Academy are going from strength to strength

Why work hard?

The mystery to Spain's economic woes may lie in their work ethos

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