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Rina Sarfraz shares her experience about her time in Study Abroad at Instituto Franklin-UAH. Read more No matter how long you’ve been abroad, a visit from you family or friends in Spain is an unforgettable experience that you will all remember for the rest of your lives. The mere fact that someone has dropped everything back… Read more 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 Sitting in a café in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, drinking American-style filtered coffee, and it’s hard to believe I’ve been home for a week now. My semester in Alcalá felt like one of the longest four-month periods of my life but it… Read more Spring has finally arrived in Madrid, which means you’ve got antsy students in your sunlit classroom. Keeping students interested and motivated as we race toward the end of the school year can be a challenge. While you and your students… Read more They say a house is not a home, but when you’re moving to a new country, finding the right place to live is crucial to making you feel more at ease. Having lived in Madrid for the past few years,… Read more Semana Santa… No… not Santa’s week. Christmas has passed. (I know, I know… terrible joke). Semana Santa (Holy Week) is celebrated in Spain during the entire week before Easter Sunday. That’s right, folks, a whole week. This week is essential… 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

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