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La Universidad Carlos III de Madrid is located in Getafe, less than 30 minutes away by train or bus from Madrid. It was founded in 1989 with a more modern format, organization, and facilities than the traditional Spanish Universities. The student enrollment is approximately 17,000 students. A broad range of liberal arts coursework is offered with special strengths in the Social Sciences.

Program students in Getafe will take their grammar course in Madrid at our program's center.

Click here for a list of available disciplines by site in Spain.

Course Offerings
The following courses are among those offered at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid during recent years.  While we cannot guarantee that ech of these courses will be available to students on a regular basis, they serve as a representative sample of the kinds of offerings students might expect.  By no means, is the list of courses below exhaustive.

Introducción a la Economía
Lingüística general
Movimientos literarios
Historia del teatro
Historia y filosofía política
Geografía humana
Historia del pensamiento filosófico y científico
Historia del arte
Historia del pensamiento económico
Historia de Iberoamérica
Historia contemporánea
Introducción al sistema político
Historia del cine 
El español coloquial
Sociología del trabajo
Análisis de políticas públicas
Economía española
Historia económica de España
Economía internacional
Derecho internacional público I
Derecho constitucional español e integración europea
Problemas sociales: Desigualdad y exclusión social
Esctructura social de España

For details on other available courses, consult the following website: Carlos III

Select "Study a Bachelor's Degree" from the right.  Then "Bachelor's Degree Program."  Select one of the degree programs.  About halfway down the page on the left select "Study Program."  You will see a grid of courses.  The course son the left are offered in the fall; the courses on the right are offered in the spring.  You may select from any year, though first year courses in your own major may be beneath your level and fourth year courses may be well above it in some cases.