Suffolk Madrid courses are offered with small class sizes, averaging 15–25 students, making studying in Spain an ideal place to receive personalized attention. Education programs include art history, business, communication, English, government, history, philosophy, psychology, science, sociology, Spanish and general education.
Major in Political Science While in Madrid
The Suffolk Madrid program’s premiere major: students in the bachelor's program can opt for a concentration in International Relations in our Political Science Department and complete all four years of undergraduate study at our Madrid Campus.
Study in Spain. Learn in English.
The language of instruction in courses for all of our courses is English, except for courses in the Spanish Department. All non-native English speakers are required to demonstrate proficiency in English as part of the application process. No minimum level of Spanish is required for admission.
Fully accredited learning
The Madrid academic program meets the exacting standards necessary for the Campus to be accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE) in the USA and is officially authorized by the relevant Spanish educational authority.
The Madrid Campus offers a selection of business courses from Suffolk University's Sawyer Business School. Its accreditations include AACSB, the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Visit our accreditation page for a full disclosure of our authorizations and accreditations.
Start Any of Suffolk's 60+ Majors in Madrid
Bachelor's degree candidates can complete one or two years of academic courses in Madrid, including general requirements, major requirements, and electives for practically all the majors offered by the College of Arts and Sciences and the Sawyer Business School. Coursework in Madrid is equivalent to the corresponding classes in Boston, so students stay on track with their coursework and enjoy the cultural immersion experience of living and studying in this exciting European capital city.
To request a brochure or more information:
Contact the Suffolk Madrid Admission Office using this form.
To submit documentation for your application:
- Applications can be submitted via the Common application (be sure to specify “Madrid” as "Location").
- Supplementary materials: high school transcripts, SAT/ACT/TOEFL scores, and letters of recommendation may be submitted to the Boston campus.