Study International Relations in Spain, International Relations Schools in Spain
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Contact: Academia L´Hôpital
Glorieta del Puente de Segovia 3, Madrid
In L'Hôpital Academy took over 25 years helping our students pass their exams of Secondary Education and University. Each year, more students select us, showing an increase of confidence in what we do, support classes to the subjects they are studying in their school and preparing for SATs,... See full description.
Contact: CEU Business School de Madrid
Contact: Diploma de Especialización on-line en Integración Europea
Instituto de Estudios Europeos-Universidad de Deusto, Bilbao, Vizcaya / España, Spain
The Institute of European Studies was established in 1979, and since then it has been following a number of goals. First, to assist in the creation of multidisciplinary research teams, who carry out their work in the context of the European and international situation; to organize seminars,... See full description.
Contact: EBES, Escuela Business España
Paseo de las Delicias 1 , Sevilla, Spain
EBES is an International and prestigious Business School located in Spain. All our formative programs are online. We use online e learning strategies and tools in order for all students to be able to study postgraduated courses, masters, mba, languages..etc There are different areas a... See full description.
Contact: Escuela de Negocios, Universidad de Alicante - Fundación General
Campus Universitario, Escuela Universitaria de Ciencias Empresariales Germán Bernácer, San Vicente del Raspeig, Alicante, Spain
The Escuela de Negocios, Universidad de Alicante - Fundación General, was created in 1997 with the purpose of bringing the training to the business world.
Contact: Escuela Internacional de Protocolo
Calle Duque de Alba, 15, Madrid, Spain
The International School of Protocol is a private institution, and acts as the only existing center in Spain that offers university studies in both Protocol and institutional relations, as well as Production and Realization of events. The school is composed by a network of centers with... See full description.
Contact: ESEI International Business School
Carrer de Montevideo 31, Barcelona, Spain
ESEI International Business School is an institution of Higher Learning, granting validated British degrees, but based in Barcelona, Spain. It was founded in 1989 by Mr. Jorge Estera-Sanza, an experienced manager and business leader. The school is recognized as a top academic institution,... See full description.
Contact: Exitae, Escuela Universitaria de Formación Abierta
C/ Alonso Cano, 44-46, Madrid, Spain
Exitae, Escuela Universitaria de Formación Abierta offers courses online, being one of the pioneers in this activity. Their courses are diverse, such as degrees, postgraduate courses and masters.
Contact: Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales (UAM)
C/ Francisco Tomás y Valiente, 5 · Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Madrid , Spain
The Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales (UAM)) was founded in 1978. It is currently very dynamic and enterprising, since, thanks to agreements signed with universities around the world, students can study a part of career in different countries.
Contact: IE Business School
María de Molina, 11. 28006 , Madrid, Spain
IE Business School is one of seven schools under the cap of IE, and is considered to be one of the best business schools in the world. It is located in Madrid, and more precisely in the heart of Madrid’s Financial District. Additionally, the school is proud with the international environment... See full description.
Contact: IEB - Instituto de Estudios Bursátiles
C/ Alfonso XI, 6, Madrid, Spain
Headquartered in the capital city of Madrid, the Instituto de Estudios Bursátiles, or IEB, is currently Spain’s leading official center in the field of financial education and training. The institute, which is affiliated with Madrid’s Complutense University, is sponsored by the Madrid... See full description.
Contact: Instituto Cuatrovientos
Contact: Instituto de Estudios Europeos - Universidad San Pablo CEU
Julián Romea, 22, Madrid, Spain
The Institute for European Studies is part of the San Pablo-CEU University and is a Jean Monnet European Centre of Excellence. It was established in 1999, and specializes in university research, in the study and analysis of European Union affairs as well as other aspects of international... See full description.
Contact: Instituto de Estudios Europeos y Derechos Humanos
Contact: Instituto Séneca
Contact: Instituto Superior de Derecho y Economía (ISDE)
Palacio de las "Heures", Paseo del Vall de Hebron 171, Barcelona, Spain
The Instituto Superior de Derecho y Economía (ISDE) was established in 1992 with the mission to prepare law students to join the top companies in the field, while also meeting the demands of the most qualified offices in Spain. Unsurprisingly, the institution was born thanks to members of the... See full description.
Contact: Instituto Universitario Ortega y Gasset
Contact: Marbella International University Centre
Avda. Jaime de Mora s/n, Finca el Pinillo, Marbella, Malaga
Developing new generations of leaders in Business, Politics, Media and Advertising. Study in Spain for a range of Bachelor's and Master's degrees fully taught in English. Combination of advanced teaching methods and cutting-edge technology in class ensures our students come out of the... See full description.
Contact: Master on European Studies and Human Rights. Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca
Instituto de Estudios Europeos y Derechos Humanos- UPSA C/ Compañia 5, Salamanca, Spain
Contact: Saint Louis University, Madrid
Avda. del Valle, 34, Madrid, Spain
Saint Louis University - Madrid Campus is the Spanish branch of Saint Louis University. It is an American Jesuit university, established in 1818. The Madrid campus began as a study abroad program of Saint Louis University in the 1960s, and received official recognition as a university in Spain... See full description.
Contact: Schiller International University, Madrid
Calle Serrano, 156, Madrid, Spain
The educational mission of Schiller International University is to prepare students, personally and professionally, for future leadership roles in an international setting. In its undergraduate and graduate degree programs, Schiller provides students with the competencies they need for... See full description.
Contact: UIBS / Barcelona Business School
Rambla de Catalunya 2-4, Barcelona, Spain
The United International Business Schools organization (UIBS) is an independent and accredited private higher education institution with campuses in Belgium, Netherlands, Spain, Switzerland and Asia. UIBS offers flexible business and management studies at the Undergraduate, Graduate and... See full description.
Contact: UIBS / Madrid Business School
Carrera de San Jeronimo, Madrid, Spain
We are an established global umbrella organization for schools, colleges and universities offering undergraduate, graduate, postgraduate, corporate training and executive education programs in the field of business and management.Our truly global community of students, faculty and staff, is... See full description.
Contact: Universidad Alfonso X El Sabio
Avenida de la Universidad, 1, Villanueva de la Cañada, Madrid, Spain
Universidad Alfonso X el Sabio is a highly respected institution of higher education, based in Madrid, Spain. What truly distinguishes this school is the fact that it is the only Spanish and European educational institution to have received the AENOR global quality certification, as per... See full description.
Contact: Universidad Antonio de Nebrija
Vicerrectorado de Relaciones Internacionales, Campus de la Berzosa, C/Hostal S/ N, Hoyo de Manzanares, Madrid, Spain
The Antonio de Nebrija University is a private institution, established in 1995, and fully recognized by the Law of the Courts. It is a small university (about 2800 students), ensuring a personal approach, a lot of practical training, and the full integration of new technologies in the... See full description.
Contact: Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Oficina de relaciones internacionales, Ciudad Universitaria de Cantoblanco, Carretera de Colmenar Viejo Km. 15, Cantoblanco, Madrid, Spain
The Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, known as UAM is a Spanish public university, founded in 1968. The school is located in Cantoblanco, a rural area in the northern outskirts of Madrid, and it is considered to be one of Spain’s most reputable institutions of higher education. The Faculty of... See full description.
Contact: Universidad Camilo José Cela
Contact: Universidad CEU Cardenal Herrera
C/ Luis Vives, 1, Alfara del Patriarca, Valencia
Universidad Cardenal Herrera CEU belongs to the University Foundation of San Pablo, established in 1971. CEU San Pablo University Foundation is a non-profit educational institution with over 75 years' worth of experience in the field of education. CEU San Pablo is the most influential private... See full description.
Contact: Universidad CEU San Pablo
Vicerrectorado de Relaciones Internacionales, C/ Julián Romea, 23, Madrid, Spain
La Universidad CEU San Pablo is a private institution founded 75 years ago, with about seven thousand students and 890 faculty. The University is oriented in the excellent training of its students, as well as to enhance the values of Christian humanism and culture.
Contact: Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Isaac Peral s/n, Madrid, Spain
The Complutense University of Madrid is known to be one of the oldest universities in the world. Its origins go back to 1293, when it was established as Estudio de Escuelas Generales de Alcalá. Its Schools of Philosophy, Spanish Literature, History, Pharmacy, Optometry, Journalism, Psychology,... See full description.
Contact: Universidad de Granada
Vicerrectorado de Relaciones Internacionales - Hospital Real.Cuesta del Hospicio s/n, Granada, Spain
The University of Granada (UGR) is a public university, situated in Granada, Spain, which has been educating students for more than five hundred years (its origins go back to 1531). The two other centers of the institution are located in the cities of Ceuta and Melilla. The UGR houses 17... See full description.
Contact: Universidad Europea de Madrid
Área Relaciones Internacionales - Edificio B - Planta Calle, C/ Tajo s/n Urb. El Bosque, Villaviciosa de Odón, Madrid, Spain
The European University of Madrid is a private university in Madrid, Spain, established in 1995. It currently has 12,500 students, who come from more than 60 countries. The large internationalization of the institution is due to that fact that it is a member of Laureate International... See full description.
Contact: Universidad Internacional De Andalucía (UNIA)
Sede Antonio Machado de Baeza - Plaza de Santa Maria s/n, Baeza, Jaén, Spain
The UNIA is a Public University, which was created in 1994 with the purpose to complement the higher education offered by the Andalusian university system. The school is sincerely committed to quality, flexibility, and innovativeness, while also striving to bring an international feel to its... See full description.
Contact: Universidad Pontificia Comillas de Madrid
C/ Alberto Aguilera, 23, Madrid, Spain
Comillas Pontifical University was founded in 1890 in the town of Comillas, Spain, but moved to Madrid in 1969. It is a private university, and at the same time a catholic institution, run by the Society of Jesus. The university is ranked 5th in Spain for its law degrees, and 4th for its... See full description.
Contact: Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona
Campus UAB, Plaça Cívica, Bellaterra, Barcelona, Spain
The Autonomous University of Barcelona is a public university, established in 1968, and mostly located in Cerdanyola, near the city of Barcelona in Catalonia, Spain. The school is comprised of 50 departments in the experimental, life, social and human sciences; they are organized into 11... See full description.
Contact: Universitat de Barcelona, Oficina de Relacions Internacionals
C/ Pati Ciències, Primera planta, Edifici Plaça Universitat Gran Via Corts Catalanes, 585, Barcelona, Spain
The University of Barcelona is a Spanish public university, which history goes back to 1450. As can be guessed, it is located in the city of Barcelona, Catalonia in Spain. The institution is a recognized member of the Coimbra Group, LERU, European University Association, Mediterranean... See full description.
Contact: University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee English as a Second Language Programs
P. O. Box 413, Milwaukee, Wisconsin USA, Spain
The University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee is one of two public doctoral research universities in the state, offering comprehensive liberal arts and professional education through the means of 180 majors and degree programs. The English as a Second Language Program (ESL) at the university makes... See full description.
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About International Relations in Spain, International Relations Schools in SpainStudents of international relations (“IR”) tend to be seasoned world travelers. Many pursue degrees in countries other than their homeland, and nearly all complete at least a short-term study abroad experience en route to completing their degree. There are, of course, countless possible destinations for such study, but Spain is widely considered among the best in Europe.
One of the great advantages of studying international relations in Spain is the opportunity to gain fluency in Spanish, one of the world’s most widely spoken languages. With over 400 million native speakers (6% of the world’s population), Spanish is the second most broadly spoken first language on Earth, after Mandarin Chinese. Thus it is highly valuable for people who want to study international issues in Latin America, the Caribbean, or parts of West Africa such as Morocco and Equatorial Guinea. Of course, the Spanish spoken in Spain differs from that spoken in Latin American countries (and, indeed, Spanish in certain parts of Spain can differ significantly from other parts), but anyone who is fluent in Spanish can be understood by other Spanish speakers regardless of national origin, and thus fluency in this language is highly valuable. Spanish is also greatly prized on the international job market, particularly in the United States, so studying in Spain is often a wise career move.
Speaking broadly, there are two possible ways to study international relations in Spain: the first is to enroll in a Spanish college or University as an ordinary student; the second is to attend one of the many programs hosted by foreign (especially American) universities at various campuses in Spain. There are advantages and disadvantages to each of these strategies, and many individual programs fall somewhere in between the two. Attending a Spanish university usually means attending classes in Spanish – this is an advantage for those who want to use the experience to improve their Spanish-language skills, but it is a definite hindrance to prospective students whose Spanish is not good enough to enable them to understand an academic lecture. Spanish universities will also put you in close contact with ordinary Spanish citizens, since the overwhelming majority of the students in these programs will be Spaniards. This provides a useful window into Spanish society and culture that may not be available in other ways.
The opposite advantages and disadvantages apply when attending a foreign university’s program within Spain. Classes are often (though not always!) held in English, which makes them accessible to people from all over the world. Thus, the student body tends to be much more diverse and eclectic. This makes for a dynamic educational experience, but necessarily means fewer opportunities to practice Spanish or learn detailed information about Spain as a country. Finally, getting a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree from an American or other institution in Spain has the advantage of ensuring that the degree will be recognized in at least one other country. The great majority of Spanish universities are internationally accredited and their degrees will still be important qualifications outside of Spain; but for those who hope to work or pursue further studies in the United States, for example, it’s very helpful to have a degree from an American institution, since the grading system and teaching standards will be more familiar to employers and admissions committees.