Study Abroad Academic Advising

After acceptance to the Madrid program, students work with an academic advisor to select courses to fulfill general requirements or work toward an intended major. Prior to registering, students take placement tests in mathematics, Spanish, and English to determine correct course selection.

During the first semester of study, the advisor provides instruction on online pre-registration procedures, which students will carry out for subsequent semesters. At midterm each semester, students meet individually with the advisor to select courses for the following semester.

Suffolk has a large selection of academic services to help students navigate their college experience. Utilizing these resources can help students across the University—whether you're in Spain or Boston.