MIT offers three courses over IAP that are taught by MIT faculty in Madrid. We manage program logistics, including financial support.
Pick a Program
Take one of three courses:
- Intensive Spanish II (21G.782)
- Spanish Conversation and Composition (21G.S05)
- Global Literature (21L.S88; taught in English)
- Spend January in Madrid
- Get MIT credit for a course taught by MIT faculty
- Explore Madrid and the surrounding areas with walking tours and day-trips
- Stay with a local family that provides breakfast and dinner
- Visit Spanish companies
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
The program fee varies each year based on exchange rate, housing costs, room type (single or double), etc. Recently the program fee has been about $1,200. Airfare is not included.
The program fee is based on the number of participants and may change before the start of the program.
The fee includes:
- Single-room or double-room housing in a Spanish home
- Breakfast and dinner daily
- Laundry service
- Use of classroom, internet and library at Instituto International de Madrid
You should bring some money for transportation, lunches, textbooks, and personal expenses. We estimate the total you should expect to spend to be around $3,000 (program fee, plus additional expenses mentioned here).
Financial aid does not currently cover IAP programs like IAP Madrid. However you can apply for scholarships through MIT.
Final payment due
Arrive in Madrid no later than January 3, 2017 (if flying from the US, departure would be January 2).
Courses begin January 04.
Last day of class is the following:
Complete our online application in Horizons.
Have a faculty member in Spanish evaluate your Spanish language ability if you have not completed Spanish courses at MIT (except for Global Literature).
U.S. citizens will not need to apply for a student visa for this program. Citizens of other countries should visit the Spanish consulate website to find out whether you are required to obtain a visa and how to secure a Schengen visa to study in Spain.