Classes begin for the Master's Degree in North American Studies of the Instituto Franklin-UAH
On Wednesday, February 8th, classes began for the second quarter of the Master's Degree in North American Studies at the University of the Instituto Franklin-UAH in the Alcalá campus. The master's degree, offered by the Complutense University of Madrid and the University of Alcalá, qualifies students as experts in the culture, politics and society of the United States, within an interdisciplinary framework based on the Humanities, Political, Economic, Social and Historical Sciences.
The master's degree is aimed at any graduate or undergraduate student from any part of the world and discipline with a high proficiency level of English, and with a future research and academic projection. This master's degree is taught in English, so it is compulsory for students to have level C1 of the CEFR.
For more information about the master's degree and pre-registration click here.