Earn credits:—from history to oceanography, chemistry to political science—and Spanish, Spanish history, Spanish culture, Spanish art, Spanish dance….
Travel: The Oceanography class holds its labs on the Mediterranean coast; The Spanish Culture and Civilization class explores different regions of Spain. Explore Spain’s beaches and mountains or venture even further afield: Rome, Paris, London, Marrakech…
Experience: Study with students from Spain and over 60 other countries—the average class size is 14 students.
Discover Madrid: The Madrid Campus really is a campus—not just a classroom in a foreign city. And Spain’s capital is Europe’s most vibrant city. Learn how to linger over lunch like a madrileño. Spend the afternoon at the Reina Sofia museum or take a tango class on campus. And at night… from free open-air concerts held in seventeenth-century courtyards to tapas and tertulias in ultra-modern cafés, there’s a reason why Madrid is known for its marcha (nightlife).