Spanish schools outsource a lot of the academic work to Venezuela. Professors in Venezuela make 100 dlls a month so the 160 for a masters pays for almost two month salary over there. For English speaking, they outsource to Belize, Phillipines or India. They are not using Spanish citizens for this otherwise cost would be higher. The programs are good and not any less than you typical American online school. You are required to do work similar to online schools in the US so the program is rigorous enough. By the way, some Spanish schools are starting to offer upgrades to official degrees for extra money and a thesis. I received an upgrade offer for few thousand to upgrade to an official degree with the elaboration of a masters project for another school. ENEB might follow the same trend in the future. I stopped taking these degrees as the market for online teaching is saturated now. I thought picking few more credits would open the doors to more teaching but I find the market is flooded with people with lots of qualifications so I am not sure how profitable is to invest time to earn low profile credentials even if accredited with a market that is flooded. Having 10 masters from Isabel 1 in your resume is not going to help much in a saturated economy.