• Campuses in Madrid and Alcalá de Henares
  • Open to students from other institutions
  • Academic year / Fall, Spring Semester at both locations
  • Requirements : 2 courses beyond intermediate level
  • Undergraduate courses, conducted in Spanish
  • “In house” courses organized by program and offered at program center in Madrid
  • Intercultural Competence Development Seminar offered to all students
  • Direct enrollment in Spanish university
  • Placement in exclusive internships
  • Program places students in selective, individual home stays
  • Spanish peer mentors
  • 3 excursions per semester included in fees
  • Cultural events included in fees
  • Reimbursed travel within Spain
  • Reimbursed cultural activities
  • Reimbursed extracurricular activities (gym, dance, ceramics, etc)
Dean Sheila Bayne
Office of Programs Abroad, Dowling Hall
Tufts University
Medford, MA 02155
Phone : (617) 627-2000
fax 627-3971
E-mail: programs.abroad@ase.tufts.edu

Office of International Programs
Skidmore College
815 North Broadway
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
Tel.: (518) 580-5355
Fax: (518) 580-5359
E-mail: Cori Filson cfilson@skidmore.edu
Website: http://www.skidmore.edu/JYA/

Director: Susan Sanchez-Casal, PhD
Email: susan.sanchez@tufts-skidmore.es
Office: +34 91.702.4513
Fax: +34 91.702.4724

Tufts-in-Madrid (run jointly with the Skidmore Program) is designed to fully integrate students into Spanish life through direct enrollment at the Autonomous University of Madrid or the University of Alcalá, global internships, ongoing intercultural mentoring, individualized family stay, integration into social and cultural activities, and weekly contact with Spanish peer mentors. The Madrid program center (“Monte Esquinza”) is situated in the Almagro neighborhood of Madrid and houses the administrative offices, classrooms, a library, and study rooms and computers, printers and scanners for student use. All program “in-house” courses are offered at the Madrid program center. The Alcalá program center (María de Guzmán”) is located in the Facultad de Filosofía y Letras at the University of Alcalá. The program center houses administrative offices, student study area and lounge; computers, printers and scanners are available for student use. Students typically take one or two courses at the Spanish university and one or two courses at the program center in Madrid. Most students also participate in an internship (credit bearing or non-credit bearing) related to their academic interests or their professional future. Additionally, all students complete a 7 hour Intercultural Competence Development Seminar, and are awarded a certificate of completion.