In my view, it's a positive. You're demonstrating to the school that you have multi-national experience - you're a citizen of the world. That's great.
If the school has a trained alum in Spain, I'm sure they'll work with you to accommodate. If not, interview by Skype or phone. I would not recommend waiting until you return home. One month is a long time to wait to have an interview, and lots of admissions decisions will be made during that time.
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