When you say "in Europe" are you specifically meaning "excluding the UK" (because you mean the European Union) or are you including the UK as being "In Europe" because it is the geographical sense?
Also, when you say that you are studying "double BTEC business diploma and travel and tourism", can I confirm that you mean you are studying two separate BTECs (not a "double BTEC"), where one of them is a Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Diploma in Business and the other is a Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Diploma in Travel and Tourism. I only ask I've never heard of the concept of a "double BTEC" and there's no occurrence of that term on the Pearson web site.
A Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Diploma is the equivalent of two A levels, and you are taking two of them - in addition to taking A level Spanish. So you're taking the equivalent of five A levels. Have I got that right? Or are you two BTECs Extended Certificates (worth one A level each) rather than BTEC Diplomas?