Academic Program in Spain
During the required preliminary summer in Vermont, graduate students normally take three courses: Advanced Spanish Language, Literary Analysis and one elective course. In Madrid, the students follow a program consisting of four courses one semester and five courses the other. The choice depends on academic performance at Middlebury and upon previous studies, needs, and interests.
Students will not be allowed to register for the School in Spain if their conduct or academic performance during the summer is judged unsatisfactory.
In Madrid all courses are organized by Middlebury College for its own students. They are taught by a distinguished group of some of the most renowned scholars in Spain, university professors, and other authorities in the fields of letters, history, the social sciences, and the arts. The course offerings are organized with an emphasis on Spain in order to take advantage of the students' presence there; however, Latin American subjects are also offered. Click on the links below for current calendar and schedules:
Prematrícula para estudiantes Graduados This form is only available during registration July 14th - 21st 12:00pm.
For questions regarding registration or academic orientation and counseling consult the ACADEMIC ORIENTATION (available as a link here after July 15) or please contact Prof. Patricia Rodríguez firstname.lastname@example.org
Below you see a list of all courses offered from September 2013 to May 2014 divided by semester and subject matter. This list and corresponding descriptions are intended to assist students in preparing to attend the graduate program of studies in Madrid with Middlebury College in Spain. Please use this list to register for your classes.
5700D - Tesina