MFA Study Abroad Programs
Our Madrid Seminars
In Madrid we offer classes in writing, literature, film, Spanish language and more, at both undergraduate and graduate levels. Earn up to six hours of transferable credit, or attend non-credit, simply for personal enrichment. You don't have to be a degree candidate or even a UNO student to participate. Many students from other universities take advantage of our expertise in study-abroad programs to enhance their educational and cultural experience while contributing to their degree credits.
In addition to the excellent classes, the program will sponsor tours of local site, including the
famous Museo del Prado, one of the oldest and most respected art museums in Europe,
featuring extensive collections of Dutch masters and Spanish art, including Velázquez, El Greco, and Goya. Other excursions will include El Museo Thyssen, hailed as one of the finest private art collections in the world, and the historic towns of Segovia and Toledo. In addition to program tours, many of the instructors will include excursions as part of their course work. The program schedule also provides ample time for participants to visit other cultural sites such as the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sophia, Madrid's excellent museum of modern art, and nearby towns like Avila, Salamanca, and El Escorial. Braver participants will even have time to attend the running of the bulls in Pamplona.
Read about the many
and varied cultural offerings in Madrid at SoftguideMadrid or at
fortunate to be partnering with Suffolk University, Madrid Campus, who will be
providing classroom space, computer center, lecturers and guides, and lots of
expertise in introducing Americans to the rich cultural and intellectual history
of Spain and its capital. Their faculty will augment the American and European
writers and scholars that will be teaching in UNO's program. The campus is
located in la Ciudad Universitaria, two blocks from metro stop
Metropolitano, and three blocks from Colegio Mayor Chaminade, our
provides a wide range of services, including full pension (three meals per day)
private rooms with baths, ethernet connections in the rooms (for students who
bring their laptops), complete computer center, two TV lounges, swimming pool
and gymnasium, theater for film screenings and performances, and pub.
If you wish to enroll in courses, apply for the program, or simply contact us to learn more about our low residency MFA, click here.
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