Our Summer in Madrid at Suffolk University program combines the essential elements of an American campus abroad with the culture, vivaciousness, and cosmopolitan lifestyle of Spain's capital city. Study abroad in Madrid and see what we mean!
Spend this summer studying abroad in the crown jewel of Spain. Madrid is a city of contrasts: the landscape, architecture, and ambience of the city can go from colorful to gray, from ancient to new, and from quiet to bustling in the blink of an eye! Located in the center of the city's university district, CISabroad's program at Suffolk University's Madrid campus gives you an American learning experience in the heart of Spanish culture.
Amazing culture in a great city - Madrid has something for everyone: the food lover looking for amazing cuisine, the hipster searching for a cool café in which to study, or the night owl in pursuit of Spain's vibrant nightlife.
Life in Spain’s capital and largest city – You’ll often encounter more traffic on the streets at 2 a.m. than at 2 in the afternoon. Madrid is Europe’s equivalent of the Big Apple, a city that never sleeps.
Weekend excursions to exciting Spanish cities – We’ll help you experience the best of Madrid, but we also want to take you to other great places in Spain. You’ll experience the landscape, culture, and attractions of Spanish cities like Seville, Cordoba, Segovia, and Toledo. It's the perfect way to study abroad in Spain for the summer!
Learn Spanish or brush up on your language skills - Summer in Madrid at Suffolk University is perfect from non-Spanish speakers who are looking to study Spanish abroad.
An excellent university with modern, technologically advanced classrooms – Summer in Madrid, housed at Suffolk University’s Madrid campus, boasts the most advanced computer system of any American university in Madrid. Its modern classrooms are fully equipped with the latest technology.
A robust social scene – Summer in Madrid at Suffolk University holds more theater, film, and music than you could possibly see. Our proximity to neighboring universities also means easy access to social groups, cultural activities, and sports.