Saint Louis University – Madrid Campus

PROGRAM NAME: Saint Louis University-Madrid Campus
PROGRAM LOCATION: Madrid, Spain (since 1967)

Originally established in 1967 as a study abroad program, the Madrid Campus is a free-standing campus of Saint Louis University, where students from the U.S., Spain and more than 65 other countries take undergraduate and graduate courses to obtain their degrees. Each semester, visiting (study abroad) students may choose from over 200 courses across the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, engineering (ABET accredited), health sciences and business (AACSB accredited), and transfer the credits back to their home university. Continue reading

Fordham in Granada

PROGRAM NAME: Fordham in Granada

Fordham in Granada provides an exceptional opportunity for students to learn Spanish language and culture in context. Students are required to take five courses, one of which, SPAN 3520: Spain in Context, is taught by Resident Director, Dr. Rafael Lamas. The other four, depending on academic interest and language qualifications, will be taken at the Centro de Lenguas Modernas or in one of the many “facultads” at the Universidad de Granada. Continue reading

Marquette University en Madrid

SpainPROGRAM NAME: Marquette University en Madrid

The Marquette en Madrid program is one of the nation’s oldest study abroad programs in Madrid. Active since 1965, our program offers a wealth of experience. A total immersion program, Marquette en Madrid is ideal for students desiring to increase their Spanish linguistic aptitude while simultaneously learning about the culture as they engage in:

Courses at Reunidas and the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. The Reunidas consortium, a group of U.S. universities affiliated with the Universidad Complutense, offer courses for U.S. study abroad students taught in Spanish by Spanish faculty on the Universidad Complutense de Madrid campus. The courses are tailored to meet the typical requirements of a U.S. student’s curriculum. Students are also strongly encouraged to directly enroll in a course or two from the regular Complutense curriculum with Spanish students.

Homestays. Accommodations are arranged for students in Spanish homes throughout Madrid. Students can practice their Spanish skills and gain firsthand experience in Spanish culture.

Excursions throughout Spain. Students gain experience by exploring the streets and sites of some of Spain’s oldest cities through four program-sponsored trips each semester.

Service learning. Students have the opportunity to learn through action with a service learning placement during the fall or academic year by enrolling in the course “Social Change in Current Spain”. Students are connected with a local organization in the community. All students are encouraged to pursue community service. Placement support is offered by the on-site resident director.

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