-Murcia has 3 different universities to which you can apply
-You can learn Spanish during your studies
-City has different places to visit every day, you will never get bored here!
-Cost of Living
Murcia has a hot semi-arid climate (Köppen climate classification: BSh). It has mild winters and very hot summers because of its inland location. It averages more than 320 days with sun per year. Occasionally, Murcia has heavy, torrential rain.
In the coldest month, January, the average temperature range is a high of 16.6 °C (62 °F) during the day and a low of 4.7 °C (40 °F) at night. In the warmest month, August, the range goes from 34.2 °C (94 °F) during the day to 20.9 °C (70 °F) at night. Temperatures almost always reach or exceed 40 °C (104 °F) on at least one or two days per year. In fact, Murcia holds close to the highest recorded in southern Europe since reliable meteorological records commenced in 1950. The official record for Murcia stands at 47.2 °C (117.0 °F), at Alcantarilla airport in the western suburbs on 4 July 1994 with 45.7 °C (114.3 °F) being recorded at a station near the city centre on the same day, being only lower than the 48.0 °C measured in Athens and the 47.4 °C measured in Amareleja, Portugal.