JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY IN MADRID

ORGANIZATION
  • Only undergraduate students from JHU are welcome to apply
  • Requirements: Junior or Senior Standing, two Semesters of Spanish at the intermediate level, 3.0 Cumulative GPA
  • Students have the option of studying in the Fall, Spring, or for a full academic year
ACADEMICS
  • Courses taught in Spanish by Universidad Carlos III de Madrid faculty members
  • Students can take either courses from CEH program or regular courses under the supervision of the Resident Director and Academic Director
Fall and Spring courses from CEH Program include the following:
  • Spanish Art
  • Survey on Spanish Cinema
  • Survey on Spanish History
  • Survey on Spanish Contemporary History
  • Spanish and European Economy
  • Politics and Society in Contemporary Spain
  • Spanish and European Law
  • Spanish and European Institutions
  • Advanced Spanish I and II
  • Academic Spanish
  • Business Spanish
  • Colloquial Spanish
  • Spanish Literature (XIX and XX centuries)
  • Contemporary Latin American Literature
  • Women and Genre in Spain
  • Spanish and Latin American Short Story
  • Spanish Theater

HOUSING
  • Students are placed individually with Spanish host families
EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
  • Field trips to Toledo, Segovia, El Escorial, Valle de los Caídos, Granada and Córdoba. They are all included in fees
  • Cultural events (tapas dinners, theater, walking tour of Madrid de los Austrias) all included in fees
  • Volunteer opportunities with T-Oigo and Cruz Roja de Madrid
INFORMATION:
Professor Harry Sieber, Academic Director
Department of German & Romance Languages & Literatures
The Johns Hopkins University
Gilman 478
3400 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218

CONTACT IN SPAIN:
Director: Manuel Colás Gil, PhD
Email:manuel.colasgil@jhu.edu
Telephone: 699.180.093
Website: www.hopkinspain.wordpress.com

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