How to fund your studies
Students in the Teach & Learn in Spain Program have three options to choose from during the program.
In this option, students are placed in a charter or private school as language assistants. The student will receive a monthly stipend to help offset the cost of living. There are a limited number of Option A placements.
Option A includes:
- A stipend of between €600 and €800 per month, depending on the number of classroom hours in the placement school (9.5 months)
- Health, accident and repatriation insurance
- Tuition remission
- Students pay a 500€ deposit upon acceptance, which will be refunded at completion of the program in June (minus any PayPal fees incurred).
In Option B, students are placed in (or renew their placement at the same school, if eligible) a public school as a language assistant through Madrid's Auxiliares de Conversación program. Option B students get a stipend from their language assistantship and pay tuition (4000€) to the Teach & Learn in Spain program.
Option B includes:
- €1.000 per month (9 months)*.
- Health, accident and repatriation insurance*.
*These conditions are subject to the Comunidad de Madrid´s Language Assistant Program and may change without notice.
Admitted students who apply for this option must pay tuition (4400€) to the Teach & Learn in Spain program and already be placed in a teaching-related program/field.
Students will receive the following:
- Health, accident and repatriation insurance.
Please see the attached file for funding information titled "Funding Options" for a summary of this information.
Note: €200 discount is given to students who pay tuition in one lump sum.
All payments made to Instituto Franklin-UAH are nonrefundable.
Deferral of Admission
An offer of admission is valid only for the dates and program indicated.
Requests for deferral should be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org, with a complete explanation of why the deferral is being requested. All petitions are carefully reviewed by the program and will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Deferral decisions are communicated to the applicant via email.