2016 sees Malaca Instituto, once again, attain a 100% pass rate for students of the PAU/Selectividad exams enabling them to enter Undergraduate Degree courses at Spanish universities.
A few years ago, the international press had been predicting the demise of the Selectividad. However, this exam has still been, up until this year and in most Spanish Universities, the preferred method for selecting non-EU students and for assisting EU students raise their scores to get into top courses.
It is highly likely that the new Spanish government, when it is established, will confirm changes to the procedures for accessing Undergraduate degrees. Whatever these changes may be, Malaca Instituto will ensure they continue to prepare students in the best possible way to access the courses they want to study.
"Over the years we have amply demonstrated our ability to help students enter both Undergraduate and Masters degrees in Spain and these latest results are simply further confirmation of this," says Bob Burger, Marketing Director, Malaca Instituto.
Spain has over 60 Universities, several numbering amongst the oldest in Europe, and they offer Undergraduate and Masters Degrees at highly competitive prices. Add to this the importance of gaining fluency in Spanish for a young person in today's world, plus the idea of studying in a cost effective country like Spain, the proposition becomes very attractive.
Contact Bob Burger: firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Malaca Instituto's student, Alina, celebrates passing Selectividad.
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