Madrid Spanish and European Studies Program

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Madrid Spanish and European Studies Program

By combining the study of Spanish language with English-taught courses focused on Spanish and European art, history, politics and culture — the Madrid Spanish and European Studies Program provides students with little or no background in Spanish the opportunity to experience life in a dynamic European city while engaged in coursework that will fit well into their curricula and requirements. Courses are taught in English by Spanish and European faculty at the Instituto Internacional en España. No prior knowledge of Spanish is required.

Subjects

  • Archaeology
  • Arts
  • Architecture
  • Art/Fine Arts
  • History
  • Hospitality
  • Admin (Hospitality, Sports)
  • Political Science
  • Spanish
  • Spanish Language Literature And Studies

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