What do you think about doing PHD thesis
in some University in Spain for russian?
It is real or not?
Did you hear about it?
I guess it's not so bad idea if you choose the right person as your scientific adviser. I've no idea what your concern is about - if working under supervision of a Russian-speaking professor is important or not but I'd not look at the nationality at all but would rather prefer someone active and with certain achievements in the field in which you are interested. I cannot judge if there is "math" in Spain, as for physics there are several quite successful groups of scientists (including Russians) in the area of Bose-Einstein condensation and complex networks theory, for example, so I think it really depends on what you're going to study.
BTW Normally you have to apply for a scholarship/fellowship with your adviser and wait roughly half a year but if you have a nice CV within the limits of your academic experience it's ok. I do not know if something in the application process has changed recently. The life in Spain is not very expensive (probably it is a bit only in Madrid).
Yes, I've some contacts in Spain.
Your questions are unclear, in almost any country you can find someone who is worth doing PhD with.Добавлено спустя 15 минут 5 секунд:
barga44, не знаю, почему Вы обращаетесь к LynxGAV с таким вопросом - она не из Испании.
Я как раз об Испании знаю очень много и уверена, что больше, чем мог Вам рассказать знакомый.