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El Salvador

Study Bachelor in El Salvador 2023

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Basic monthly living cost

  • Rent in a shared flat

  • Share of utilities

  • Internet subscription

  • Local transportation


Sample lifestyle cost

  • Fast food combo

  • Cinema ticket

  • Pint of local beer


News and Articles

  • Why You Should Study in Central America

    Sep 13, 2018

    This weekend, not one, not two but five Central American countries are celebrating their national days. Why? Because on 15 September 1821 the region, led by the Province of Guatemala, proclaimed its independence from Spain. Want to study in one of the world's most vibrant regions? Study in Central America. Let's find out why.

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  • Four Questions About National Hispanic Heritage Month

    Oct 11, 2018

    Millions of Americans trace their roots back to Spain, Central and South America, Mexico, and the Caribbean. Lasting from September 15th through October 15th, National Hispanic Heritage Month is an official celebration honoring their collective ancestry. Wondering what this annual event is all about? Read on for a roundup of four frequently asked questions about the month-long observation of Hispanic Heritage Month.

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  • Why Study in Central America?

    Jan 28, 2021

    Central America stretches from the Mexican border to the top of Colombia. It's home to around 44.5 million people, and countless species of wildlife and fauna. This one relatively small strip of land plays host 7% of the planet's biodiversity, while the Belize Barrier Reef is officially one of the most diverse ecosystems in the world. Described by Charles Darwin as "the most remarkable reef in the West Indies,” the Belize Barrier Reef is where you'll find 70 coral species, 500 types of fish, and hundreds more invertebrate species. What's more, experts think 90% of the barrier's inhabitants have yet to be discovered. Central America is also the location of some of the world's most ancient human-made wonders, including temples constructed by Mayan and Aztec civilizations over 3,000 years ago.

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