Through the course, “Integration into Spanish Society: Service Learning and Professional Opportunities (OSPMADRD 60),” students are offered immeasurable opportunities to engage with local culture through an internship experience. Internships range from working with NGOs, local schools, consulting, and more. Please click here to view a list of possible internships.
**Students are not permitted to reach out to internship organizations.
For additional information regarding internships, students are encouraged to reach out to Claudia Sanchez, the Academic Coordinator in Madrid.
The prerequisite for the Integration into Spanish Society: Service Learning and Professional Opportunities course is completion of SPANLANG 11 or 21B or placement.
Student Grants for Research Overseas
Undergraduate Advising and Research (UAR) administers several grants that can support research overseas, including the Quarterly and Major Grants. Help to prepare for the grant competitions is available via email. For deadlines, directions, and specific policies regarding off-campus research, please visit the UAR student grants website.