The presence of almost 300 international students, a 21% of the total of CESINE students, creates a multicultural environment that fosters networking among students and an experience of personal and professional growth for all of them. Discover the first experiences of some of them.

We speak with some of these students from different countries and have chosen CESINE to train in a multicultural campus, because of its important international accreditations that guarantee the quality of the programs and the teaching staff.

All of them agree on “how valuable it is to share a classroom with students of different nationalities, not only to know other cultures, but to strengthen ties that can be very important in the future”. In addition, international students highlight “the beauty of the landscapes of Cantabria and the proximity of the campus to the beaches of Santander, as they are at a 5 minutes walk distance and where they can practice numerous sports.”

Jeong Yeon Kim, a South Korean student, feels very satisfied to “live a great opportunity in CESINE that allows us to get to know the cultures of other countries, while we can teach others more about ours.”

This year about 300 international students have chosen CESINE to study.
This year about 300 international students have chosen CESINE to study.
Most of CESINE international students come from the European Union and Asia.
Most of CESINE international students come from the European Union and Asia.

When assessing future projects, this international student points out that her goal is “to expand my training in Marketing in order to work in a large hotel chain.”

Wendelin Viehweider is an Austrian student, from FHWien University in Vienna and stresses that “CESINE allows me to improve my English skills, while I can learn from other people and networking with people from other countries, which is very valuable “

Tis student does not hesitate to share his plans for the future and recognizes that their great desire is “to undertake a project to create my own company”. In addition, Viehweider recounts the great change he made in his career and stresses that “at age 19 I decided to leave professional dance, even though I was part of the Vienna State Opera, because I wanted to do something different and acquire business training”.

For his part, Chloé Astruc, a French student, highlights her desire to “meet new cultures and people from other countries, so I am delighted at CESINE”, to which he adds that “I believe that this university has a great reputation in this area and I can acquire a great training in Marketing, since it is one of my passions ”.

The student does not hesitate to recommend an international experience like the one she is experiencing and says that “it is very important to have an open mind to interact with all classmates and generate contacts for the future.”

Students value the multicultural environment that is breathed on campus, as well as the amenities offered by the city of Santander.
Students value the multicultural environment that is breathed on campus, as well as the amenities offered by the city of Santander.