Reasons to study abroad in SpainSubscribe
Next semester, I will be studying abroad in Spain.
I'm very excited about it, since I loved the country when I visited and think this would be a unique opportunity to live there and learn Spanish fluently.
However, I know their economy sucks and is not the most obvious choice for a business/finance student. Many of my classmates are going to London, Shanghai, etc . . .. . financial capitals.
If, for some reason, I was asked in an interview why I chose to go to Madrid instead of say London, what are some finance/economy related answers?
One thing I was thinking of is that since I'm already learning about finance in a capital, I want to do it in basically the exact opposite environment.