Venue: Madrid, Spain
The Summer School "Spanish Law, Politics and Economy" is organized by the Faculty of Law at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Its aim is to provide students with an introductory knowledge of some aspects of the Spanish legal, political and economic reality. The lectures will be complemented by daily visits to institutions or other activities such as the discussion of practical cases or films related to the different topics comprising the course. The lectures will be taught in English
Students can achieve 3 ECTS upon attending the sessions, participating in the scheduled activities and passing the evaluation tests.
The Summer School is addressed especially to foreign students from any field of study or profession who wish to become acquainted with basic current aspects of the Spanish legal, political and economic reality, and acquire first-hand knowledge of some of the basic political institutions in Spain. Spanish students interested in the course are also welcome to apply. It is necessary to have a good knowledge of the English language (level B2 is advisable).
The fee for the two weeks is 525 euros. 10 % of the students enrolled will receive a scholarship covering the fees. Only those already enrolled can apply for a scholarship.
Those interested can stay at Colegio Mayor Juan Luis Vives. This residence is located in downtown Madrid (near Plaza de Castilla).
It is a 5-10 minute walk to the stations where buses and trains depart for the University campus. It takes about 20-30 minutes to get to the University from the residence.
The prices per person, staying in a double room with shared bathroom are 346 € (from 14 June to 28 June, breakfast and dinner included), or 30 €/day (breakfast and dinner included). These prices are not included in the fees.
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