Study in Madrid for either a semester or an academic year, living in the geographical and political center of Spain. The Madrid program, administered by IU for over 50 years, is designed to immerse you in both the language and culture of this vibrant city, with the opportunity to live with local students or families. Enroll in a combination of courses housed within the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, studying with other students from the U.S and taking local classes with Spaniards. Find a handbook specific to this program through the IU Overseas Studies.
This program, known as “WIP,” is shared administratively with the University of Wisconsin and Purdue University. It is directed by Professor Dinverno. Acknowledging the importance of this program to Indiana University, IU President Michael McRobbie participated in its 60th anniversary celebration in Madrid in May 2018. We typically send 10-20 students on this program each year from the IU system.