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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 As Spain’s biggest city, there’s so much to do an see in Madrid. So how do you get around to see it all? Here are the three main ways of getting around Madrid and the surrounding cities, as well as a guide… 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 Deborah Compte is a professor from The College of New Jersey who has been bringing students to Study Abroad in Alcala for several years. This is her experience collaborating with the Instituto Franklin-UAH. Leah Eisenhauer: Why did you choose to… Read more If you’ve ever heard the expression “Holy Toledo!”, which means something is mind-blowing, it probably started with this beautiful town just an hour south of Madrid. Known as the “City of Three Cultures”, Toledo shows influences of Christian, Muslim, and… Read more After a life-changing experience teaching in Spain for two years, I came home without having any academic title to back up my experience and I started to think about postgraduate degrees. Like most graduates, there comes a time when you… Read more Living in Spain gives you the opportunity to “country-hop” and explore new cultures and languages easily. The United States is so big that you can drive eight hours and still be in the same state, cough, looking at you Florida.… 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 Culture shock by definition is a feeling of confusion that results from suddenly experiencing a culture with customs that are not familiar to you. It’s a sensation that comes in many waves. It’s unapologetic. With that in mind, how does… Read more

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