Discover Spain while earning credits toward your university degree from Saint Louis University.
We provide students in every discipline — business, engineering, health sciences and more — the opportunity to study abroad and have served as the study abroad destination for students across the U.S. and around the world since the early 1960s.
Study abroad during the summer, for a semester or for the entire academic year. Each semester you can choose from more than 200 courses, taught in English or Spanish, and more than 30 during the summer sessions.
SLU-Madrid also welcomes faculty-led programs from other universities and colleges. These visiting faculty members teach one or two courses to their student groups, and the students complete their schedules by enrolling in courses offered by SLU-Madrid. For more about faculty-led groups, contact email@example.com.
SLU-Madrid is officially recognized by higher education authorities in Spain and accrediting bodies in the United States. Our AACSB accreditation in business and ABET accreditation in engineering ensure that courses taught in Spain meet the same standards of academic rigor and excellence as those in the U.S.
Complete course descriptions, along with syllabi, are available online for students to review with their advisors prior to coming to Madrid. For information about specific semester offerings, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
SLU-Madrid offers two separate scholarships for study abroad in Madrid. The deadline to submit applications for the awards are April 15 for the fall semester and Sept. 15 for the spring semester. The scholarships have maximum award values of $500 in the fall and $300 in the spring. Scholarship grants may be applied toward tuition for up to two semesters to study abroad at SLU-Madrid.
The Robert Tieken and Cristina Acosta Scholarship provides a tuition scholarship to a select number of students visiting from SLU’s St. Louis campus who have been accepted for study abroad at the Madrid campus. This award was established in memory of Robert Tieken, a former SLU-Madrid faculty member, by his family and wife, Cristina Acosta.
The Amy King Scholarship provides tuition scholarship to a select number of non-U.S. students who have been accepted for study at the Madrid campus as visiting students. This scholarship was established in memory of Amy King, a former student at SLU-Madrid, by her family.