While I am fluent in Spanish, their websites are pretty confusing to me because it appears that their different levels of study are categorized completely differently than in the US. Besides the Reina Sofia in Madrid, which clearly differentiates between their undergrads and grad students the same way they do in the US, everywhere else seems to approach it in terms of different 'grades"?
Any clarification on which levels someone would apply to if they are searching for a degree equivalent to a Masters or Artist Diploma level, respectively, would be extremely helpful!
If anyone answering also has knowledge on which Spanish conservatories stand out in terms of reputation, besides the Reina Sofia, it would also be helpful. Thanks!Tweet
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