A set of four courses is specially designed to bring students with beginning Spanish language skills to proficiency level in just one semester/
Students with advanced Spanish language skills may enroll in up to two courses at the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid.
NYU offers an M.A. through NYU Madrid with two areas of concentration - Spanish and Latin American literatures and cultures and Spanish language translation.
Since it’s founding in 1958, NYU Madrid has focused its curriculum on language acquisition and cultural immersion. Students of all language abilities will find classes suited to their needs.
Students at NYU Madrid register for courses according to their language level, demonstrated either through previous coursework or placement tests administered in New York or upon arrival in Madrid. A language coordinator at the site assists students with language placement during orientation. All students are required to enroll in a language course based on their individual background as well as a two credit workshop, see below:
Students with no previous knowledge of Spanish, elementary language classes are offered along with a curriculum taught in English.
Choose from two options:
Students at the intermediate level enroll in Intensive Intermediate Spanish (V95.9020) as well as two complementary content courses, Spain Today and Hispanic Culture in the U.S., specially-tailored to the language abilities of those at the intermediate level.
Students at the advanced Spanish level (V95.0100 - Advanced Grammar and Composition & above) choose from the program’s wide selection of courses in advanced Spanish literature, business, translation, cinema and politics conducted in Spanish at the NYU Center and/or the affiliated Universidad Autonoma de Madrid. (In order to achieve language immersion, students should plan to enroll only in courses conducted in Spanish. Should a content course conducted in English be required for the major or MAP requirement an exception will be made.)
Priority: February 15
Regular: March 15
Applications received after March 15 will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Admission will be granted only when space is available and time allows for required travel documents to be attained.