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Instituto Franklin-UAH: Alcalá de Henares - Study Abroad in Spain
The Study Abroad in Spain program was established in 1987 with the mission of promoting academic collaboration between Spain and the US through specialized educational programs. It is specifically designed for international students who wish to pu... read more
Travel experience, improved fluency in Spanish, exposure to different cultures and foods. Yes, would recommend! A student - Instituto Franklin-UAH View Entire Review
Aside from learning the language, culture and exploring I learned a lot about myself, I learned to be independent and to make good choices. After my time there I believe that when you go abroad you find yourself because you are in a new place, where you know no one, with no limitations what so ever. Carolyn R. Nagle - Instituto Franklin-UAH View Entire Review
I learned how to depend on me, not always asking for others opinions Kristopher Conner - University of Central Missouri View Entire Review
It was absolutely worthwhile; I gained so much knowledge not only in my classes and from my professors but also simply from living in a different country and learning to appreciate the culture and looking at the world from a different point of view Corinne Winters - The College of New Jersey View Entire Review
I gained so much more knowledge about the Spanish culture and language that I never imagined I would know. It was so very worthwhile; I wouldn't trade this experience for anything! Emily Johnson - Instituto Franklin-UAH View Entire Review
I learned how to be independent and roll with the punches. It was very worthwhile. A student - Butler University View Entire Review
I learned a lot about myself being abroad. I met new people not just from the United States but from the world as well. I became more independent traveling be myself sometimes and became cultured with my surroundings. Elizabeth - Texas State University-San Marcos View Entire Review
How different cultures function. Reid Hawkins - University of Arizona View Entire Review
My Spanish skills greatly increased and I learned how to be independent. Worthwhile. Ellen Penn - University of Pittsburgh - Pittsburgh View Entire Review
Yes, it was worthwhile and not long enough. A student - Instituto Franklin-UAH View Entire Review
I improved my language skills, made countless memories, and gained insight into a way of life unfamiliar to me. A student - Millsaps College View Entire Review
I learned that being around Spanish majority of my day forced me to learn at a faster pace. The cities of Madrid and Barcelona are very beautiful. Donavan B - The Citadel View Entire Review
It was an extremely rewarding experience to study in Spain. Day to day being submersed in the language and culture I was able to better comprehend and become a part of the spanish way of life. I greatly increased my spanish speaking abilities and have had the incomparable experience of meeting many Europeans in my travels. Christina G - The College of New Jersey View Entire Review
I became more independent, and learned a lot about myself. If you would like to know more about my time abroad, visit my blog at www.adventuresofaim10.wordpress.com Aimee Uitermarkt - University of Dubuque View Entire Review
When I came to Spain, I wasn’t even sure if I could speak Spanish because I didn’t have many opportunities to practice. I was afraid to talk with people and start conversations. By my 3rd month in I was readily and willing to talk with anyone and was not ashamed to make mistakes because I knew that is the only way I would get b... Tiara - Auburn University View Entire Review
I learned so much about myself, about my family, and about life overall. It was an unforgettable experience. A student - University of Central Florida View Entire Review
Learned about Spanish history and culture, events that even untill today are present such as political and ideology divisions. Sarmiento, Milton Juan - The College of New Jersey View Entire Review
My Spanish got a lot better i learned a lot about the European Union and the history of Madrid, my host family was very nice i traveled around Europe, it was definitely worthwhile A student - University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee View Entire Review
Living with a host family made it a very quick transition into speaking Spanish. However, the university is made up of Americans, so we naturally spoke English after class. A student - University of Tennessee - Chattanooga View Entire Review
I gained grat communication skills, especially with a different language. Reyna Padilla - Instituto Franklin-UAH View Entire Review
The Spanish culture and environment. It is unlike to what we are used to in the US. Mauro Perez - SUNY - Stony Brook View Entire Review
I obtained a greater understanding of the Spanish arts, language, and overall culture. It was absolutely worthwhile and the best four months of my life. The professors are incredible as well, and make your experience that much better. Kathryn Allee - Butler University View Entire Review
A LOT A student - Villanova University View Entire Review
Any chance to live abroad is worthwhile. Despite the negative experiences within Instituto Franklin, the year wasn't a total waste. Jon - Biola University View Entire Review
The best experience I have had in my twenty years alive. Extremely worthwhile. I gained a lot of independence and learned a new language, about a new culture and met so many people. Abrar E - The College of New Jersey View Entire Review
The Study Abroad in Spain program was established in 1987 with the mission of promoting academic collaboration between Spain and the US through specialized educational programs. It is specifically designed for international students who wish to pursue undergraduate studies in Spain.
The Study Abroad in Spain program offers an ample diversity of areas of study suited to every student. Our program includes courses in Hispanic Studies, International Relations, Business Administration and International Business, Translation, Education, Journalism and Communication and Health Sciences.In addition to all these disciplines students can participate in a unique Internship Program and spend a full semester working in a company of their choice.
Why study at Instituto Franklin-UAH
- More than 28 years of accumulated experience teaching international students.
- The academic excellence of our academic offering.
- We offer our students a comprehensive immersion experience in order to maximize their intercultural and personal development.
- Universidad de Alcalá is one of the oldest and most prestigious higher education institutions in Spain, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1998.
- Its proximity to Madrid, one of the great capitals of Europe.
- Our privileged location allows easy travel both within Spain and around Europe
Program Type(s):Study Abroad
- Academic Year
Relevant Study Subject(s):
- Art History, Criticism and Conservation
- International Relations
- Social Sciences
- Liberal Arts, General Studies
- Legal Studies
- Spanish and Iberian Studies
- European Studies
- Spanish Language, Literature
- International Business