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During their stay at Instituto Franklin-UAH, several students were asked about their personal experience and perceptions. They were given the opportunity of getting to know the city of Alcalá de Henares, one of the most visited, beautiful and impressive cities… Read more Meghann Peace: Hello, my name is Meghann Peace and I am a professor of Spanish Linguistics at St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, Texas. Instituto Franklin-UAH: How long have you been collaborating with Instituto Franklin-UAH and why? Mp: It is… Read more I suppose I qualify as some kind of rare bird because my enrollment in two separate masters programs at Instituto Franklin – UAH. In 2016, I did the Master in Bilingual Education and Multicultural Education. This year I’m doing the… Read more When I was asked to write a blog post about my experience writing the master’s thesis with the aim of encouraging current students, I thought, wouldn’t shots of espresso be a more appropriate encouragement than a blog post? I’m sure… Read more When I decided to study a Master´s Degree abroad I dreamed about making it in the U.S. Thanks to a UAH professor, I heard about Instituto Franklin-UAH and how they offered bridges to study in the U.S., and I heard… Read more Don Wallace served as the Executive Director of Consortium for Transatlantic Studies & Scholarship (CTSS) from 2014-2017. This is his experience collaborating with the Instituto Franklin-UAH. How long have you been collaborating with the Instituto Franklin-UAH? Don Wallace: Since 2011. The… Read more I was a mess the first month of the Teach & Learn in Spain Master Program– a total disaster. Everything I had going for me turned into disappointment. I applied with my best friend in college…she left after two weeks.… Read more My story began 8 years ago. After I graduated from the University of Puerto Rico with a major in Preschool Education. I decided to move to Madrid to continue my studies by doing a Masters in Waldorf Infant Education. I… Read more There I am. This year’s Staff Homecoming Queen, elected by the students of Rancho Verde High School in Moreno Valley, CA where I have been a Spanish Teacher for past eight years, or should I say, since I graduated from… Read more I feel very fortunate to have been invited by my alma mater, la Universidad de Alcalá de Henares Instituto Franklin-UAH, to present at the 2nd Franklin Alumni Meeting earlier this month. I left Spain over three years ago to move… Read more

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