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  • Locations: Madrid, Spain
  • Program Terms: Academic Year
  • Homepage: Click to visit
  • Program Sponsor: CSU International Programs 
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
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Fact Sheet:
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Language of Instruction: Spanish Student Classification: Graduate, Junior, Senior, Sophomore
Program Type: CSU IP
Program Description:
Madrid I Madrid II

Spain: Universidad Complutense de Madrid

For detailed information regarding deadlines and how to apply, go the the CSU International Programs website here.

 

Program Highlights

City: Madrid has 73 museums that cover every field of human knowledge. Strategically located at the geographical center of Spain, Madrid is one of the most influential cities in Europe.

University: Founded in 1499, the Universidad Complutense de Madrid is one of the oldest and biggest universities in the world.

Academics: Earn Major, Minor, and General Education credit.

Tuition: Same tuition cost as home CSU campus.

Language of Instruction: Spanish

Special Notes: Native Spanish speakers with strong composition skills can "test out" of the language prerequisites listed in the program requirements. Please contact your IP coordinator for details.

 

About the Universidad Complutense de Madrid

The Universidad Complutense de Madrid offers a program for selected American universities called the Universidades Reunidas Norteamericanas (the "Reunidas"). This program, which is open to all majors, provides students with the opportunity to build on existing language skills through study in the Spanish language.

Courses at the Reunidas are upper division, taught in Spanish, and are directed at the interests of American students. While the majority of the students in the classroom will be American, the courses are taught by Spanish faculty from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid; therefore, teaching methods remain largely Spanish, giving CSU students a Spanish university experience.

CSU students take most of their courses in Spanish language and literature, as well as in the humanities and social sciences. In addition to the courses taken at the Reunidas, CSU students enroll in at least one regular university course offered by three cooperating facultades, or departments, of the Universidad Complutense: Filosofía, Filología, or Geografía e Historia. Students also take a Spanish language support course that begins upon arrival and continues into the fall semester; this course is designed to help students adjust to the language and improve their conversation skills.

For detailed information regarding deadlines and how to apply, go the the CSU International Programs website here.




This program is currently not accepting applications.