Foreign Languages and Literatures at MIT

21F.782/783: Spanish II (Study Abroad)
IAP 2014

IAP Lottery: Closed

Increased practice in listening comprehension, reading, and group interaction. Class conducted in Madrid, Spain with an MIT instructor. Students responsible for travel and lodging fees. Trips outside of Madrid allow students to experience Spanish culture and history. Opportunities to visit Spanish companies and research labs. For graduate credit, see 21F.783. Enrollment limited by lottery. Credit cannot also be received for 21F.700, 21F.702, 21F.752, 21F.772. Prereq - 21F.701, 21F.771, or permission of instructor. A fee applies. Special deadline for the lottery is October 28, 2013.

Prereqs:  21F.701, 21F.771, or permission of instructor. Credit cannot also be received for 21F.700, 21F.702 or 21F.772.

Enrollment limited to 23.

Students will live with Spanish families. Fees, for which students will be responsible, include housing, two meals a day, access to library, high speed internet, classrooms, and cultural tours. Signup begins on October 15 and runs through October 28, 2013 Up to 23 students can participate in the program. Students who have taken Spanish I at MIT or have an equivalent fluency level will be accepted into the program on a first-come,first-served basis. Students who have not completed 21F.701/751/771 at MIT will complete an interview with the instructor for the course, Prof. Ana Yez Rodriguez, and will also be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. This course is of special interest to students who have taken two or three years of Spanish in high school and want to refresh their knowledge before launching into Spanish at MIT.

You will be notified via email of official acceptance into the program during the first week of November. Students who are given a slot must confirm their intention to take the subject at a date to be determined. Exact instructions for confirming a place will be included with the initial placement message. Failure to confirm will eliminate the student from the subject's roster and the slot will be offered to someone on the waiting list. The IAP 2013 fee, which includes two meals a day, was $1466 for a single room, $1429 for a double; we are in the process of finalizing the IAP 2014 fee. A deposit of $100 will be required at the time of confirmation.

For more information or to schedule a language interview, please contact: Ana Yez Rodriguez, 14N-208, x4-8154, anayanez@mit.edu

21F.782 Program Application (IAP-Madrid)

  1. Access the MIT-Horizons site at the link below.
  2. Once you have reset your password, login and select "Search Programs" to find the IAP-Madrid program.
  3. When you find IAP-Madrid, click on the "Apply"button.
  4. Complete the "Program Information" and "Application Form" sections before Reviewing and Saving your application.
  5. Submit your application once you have finished all required sections.

If you have any questions, please email Josh Nupp at jnupp@mit.edu.

Units: 4-0-8(U); 5-0-4(G)



IAP 2013

Section No. Instructor Days Time Room
1 A. Yanez MTWRF
Jan. 6-31, 2014; Conducted in Madrid, Spain
10-1 pm Madrid


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