3 university

Study in Marbella

City in Spain

Number of universities3
Average rent~688€/month

About Marbella

Marbella is a city and resort area in southern Spain’s Costa del Sol, part of the Andalusia region, with a population of around 142,000 people. It is an economical and conveniently located city that allows easy travel to other Spanish cities, such as Granada, Seville, and Cadiz.

This beautiful city with amazing weather where you can relax on the beach and enjoy many ocean-view restaurants. You will be able to not only admire its landscapes, but also its festivities, such as the Carnival, the Fiesta de Primavera, and many more.

The coastal town of Marbella is the perfect destination for students who wish to immerse themselves in a cosmopolitan lifestyle and make friends from all over the world. Students studying in Marbella will benefit from the strong international business community that makes Marbella a business center.

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  • - Marbella has a totally free open-air museum with works by Salvador Dali
  • - In Marbella you can find Juzcar, a totally blue village dedicated to The Smurfs
  • - The Marbella Coast has 27 kilometers of beautiful beaches.

  • - Old Town of Marbella
  • - Alameda Park
  • - Puerto Banus

  • - Ralli Marbella
  • - Pikassa Marbella Kids
  • - Museo del Bonsai

  • - Starlite
  • - Buddha Music Bar
  • - La Sala
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Marbella is a luxurious town with the added bonus of the surrounding beaches that make the Costa del Sol so famous. The Andalusian city has a very long history (you can see a 1st century Roman Bridge at Hotel Puente Romano), but embraces modernity, with great nightclubs and facilities for boats and yachts.
Tap water in Marbella is safe to drink but it has a high sodium content in some areas making it bitter. We recommend buying bottled water, especially for babies and children.
Marbella's best residential areas

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October, February

Duration: 4 years


Study type





October, February

Duration: 1 years


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