Syracuse Madrid Faculty

Berta Agudo


Prof. Agudo graduated in Modern Languages and Literature at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. She was working on teaching various languages (English, Italian, French and Spanish) but in the end decided to specialize in Spanish as a Foreign Language, teaching Spanish in Italy. She obtained a Master’s Degree in Spanish as a Second Language at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. 

Ever since she finished her studies, she has been collaborating with different institutions, such as Middlebury College in Spain, Global Leadership Adventures, Southern Methodist University, AIL Madrid, and, lastly, Syracuse University.

She enjoys sharing her culture and learning from her students, which she does every day.


M.A., Spanish as a Second Language – Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain

Grado, Modern Languages & Literature – Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain

Pallavi Aiyar


Pallavi Aiyar is an award-winning foreign correspondent, columnist and author. She has spent over two decades reporting from China, Belgium, India, Japan, Spain, and Indonesia, contributing to top international publications like The New York Times, Granta, The Monocle, Nikkei Asian Review, the Los Angeles Review of Books, The Hindu, and The Times of India. She is the author of eight books, including two novels. Pallavi is also Adjunct Professor in the Media and Communications department at IE University in Madrid, Spain.


MSc, Global Media and Communications – The London School of Economics, United Kingdom

B.A., Modern History – University of Oxford, United Kingdom

Dr. Benito Cadenas

Economy & Political Sciences

Dr. Benito Cadenas is a professor of microeconomics and macroeconomics at Villanueva University and at Schiller International University. Before that, he was a company advisor at Bankinter and at the Spanish office for taxation.


Ph.D., Health Economics – Universidad Camilo José Cela, Spain

Dr. Vicente Carmona

Spanish Language

Dr. Carmona received his Ph.D. from UCLA (20th Century Spanish Literature, Literary Theory and Cultural Studies) and taught Spanish Language, Literature and Cinema at American universities such as USC, Smith College, and LSU before returning to Spain. He has also worked as a journalist for EFE (Spanish News Agency) in South and Central America. As a translator, he has published several books on film and literary theory. In Madrid, he teaches Spanish Language, Spanish Literature and Film at USC and Syracuse University. He is currently working on the script for several TV documentaries on cultural issues.

Ph.D., Hispanic Languages and Literatures – University of California, Los Angeles
M.A., Spanish Literature – University of Southern California
Licenciatura, Spanish Philology – Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain

Patricia Espinosa

Art History

Prof. Espinosa has taught at the undergraduate university level since 2005 for Syracuse Madrid, American University, and USAC (University Study Abroad Consortium). At Syracuse Madrid, she has taught several art history courses.

Licenciatura, Art History – Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain

Dr. José Miguel Fernández Dols


Dr. Fernández Dols is a full professor of psychology at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and has taught many different courses during his academic career. He is particularly interested in four disciplines: social psychology, political psychology, cross-cultural psychology, and emotion. For the last 10 years, Dr. Fernández Dols has taught social psychology and political psychology to European undergraduate students, cross-cultural psychology to U.S. undergraduate students, and emotion to graduate students at universities in both sides of the Atlantic.

Dr. Fernández Dols’ research focuses on facial expression and everyday conceptions of emotion in different cultures. He is also interested in the study of societal problems related to justice, social norms, and moral behavior.


Ph.D., Psychology – Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain

Licenciatura, Psychology – Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain

Licenciatura, Philosophy – Universidad de Valencia, Spain

Dr. Enrique García Pérez

Spanish Pop Culture

Dr. Enrique García Pérez is an anthropologist specializing in the fields of audiovisual anthropology, research methods, and techniques of applied anthropology.

He currently works as a professor at Universidad Complutense de Madrid where he teaches Audiovisual Research Methods & Techniques, Cultural Anthropology of Spain, and Introduction to Social Anthropology for the students of Tourism & Commerce.

In addition to teaching, he works in parallel as a consultant for El Viaje de Walker where he is the Head of Research Design.  He also teaches Audiovisual Anthropology, is an avid filmmaker, and acts as an accuracy consultant for several different film festivals.


Ph.D., Social Anthropology – Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain

Diploma in Advanced Studies (DEA) – Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain

Master’s Degree in Documentary Filmmaking and Direction – TAI University School of Arts in Madrid, Spain

Licenciatura, Sociology – Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain

Dr. Tania González


Dr. González is a social anthropologist holding a PhD from Stockholm University. She was a Marie Curie research fellow and member of the ITN Diasporic Constructions of Home and Belonging (CoHaB). Dr. González has previously worked on several EU projects dealing with border regimes, migration policies, human rights, and gender for different institutions such as ICMPD-International Centre for Migration Policy Development, Eliamep-Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy, and CIDOB-Barcelona Centre for International Affairs. Her main research interests include international migration, transnational families, care, emotions, and affect.


Ph.D., Social Anthropology – Stockholm University, Sweden

Licenciatura, Social and Cultural Anthropology – Universidad de Barcelona, Spain

Licenciatura, Journalism – Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain

Alba Grao

Alba Grao Rico

Spanish Language 

Prof. Grao Rico graduated in Education Sciences at the University of Murcia and obtained a Master’s Degree in Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language from the University of La Rioja. She has been teaching Spanish as a foreign language in the Instituto Cervantes in Naples (Italy) and in Suor Orsola Benincasa University in Naples (Italy). She participated in the DELE exams as an examiner and also has taught Spanish at Syracuse University. Currently, she teaches in a language school.

M.A., Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language – Universidad de La Rioja, Spain
B.A., Education Sciences – Universidad de Murcia, Spain

Miguel Houghton


Prof. Houghton has worked throughout his professional career in IT multinationals such as Ericsson, Alcatel, Wang, Informix, Olivetti, Toshiba, NCR, and HP, where he was principally in charge of Sales & Marketing.

Prof. Houghton has worked as an adjunct professor at Syracuse Madrid, Universidad Complutense de Madrid’s Marketing Department in the College of Economics and Enterprises, and Universidad Carlos III de Madrid’s Economics Department. He has also served as chair of the Universidad Complutense de Madrid’s summer courses in Marketing & Sales Management since 2008.

M.B.A., Marketing and Business Administration – Instituto de Directivos de Empresa (CESEM), Spain
Licenciatura, Applied Physics – Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain

Dr. Juan Iso

Spanish Language

Dr. Iso specializes in 19th and 20th century Spanish and Latin American literature. He also has taught different courses in Contemporary Hispanic Literature at U.S. study abroad programs in Madrid. His research interests focus on the intersection between urban studies and literature, biopolitics, the formation of dystopias in literature, and the representation of dissident sexualities from political activism.

Ph.D., Spanish – University of Wisconsin-Madison
M.A., Spanish – University of Wisconsin-Madison
B.A., Spanish – Universidad Complutense de Madrid

Dr. Antonel Jepure


Dr. Jepure has spent over 15 years working on archaeological research focused on assimilation and acculturation in Spain’s late antiquity and Visigothic period in several Spanish universities (UPV–Vitoria, UAH–Alcalá de Henares, UAM–Madrid) and for the Museo de Segovia. His research interests and experience are centered on paleoanthropology, archaeology, early medieval studies, and subaquatic archaeology. He has participated in several excavations in Spain, Germany, and Croatia.

Dr. Jepure is currently involved in research projects in the province of Segovia, in central Spain, and in Biscay, in northern Spain.

Ph.D., Anthropology – University of Würzburg, Germany
Magister Artium, Prehistory, Archaeology and Political Science – University of Würzburg, Germany

Dr. Matthew Kineen

English and Textual Studies

Dr. Kineen has over 20 years of teaching experience at the university level in the U.S. and Spain. The Hemingway course at Syracuse University Madrid is part of a larger research project on the connections between U.S. writers and Europe in the twentieth century. As part of this work, Dr. Kineen presented a paper at the International Hemingway Society’s 2012 Biennial Conference entitled “Out of Place? Hemingway’s Michigan Memories in Death in the Afternoon.

Ph.D., Comparative Literature – University of Wisconsin-Madison
M.A., Comparative Literature – University of Wisconsin-Madison
B.A., Liberal Studies – University of Notre Dame

Dr. Dieter Roberto Kuehl

Contemporary Spanish Literature and Cinema
Director, Syracuse Madrid

Dr. Kuehl specializes in Spanish literature and film and has taught at the university level for over 15 years. He has taught a wide range of Spanish literature and cinema courses at Syracuse Madrid since 2001 and has participated as a lecturer and director of several Signature Seminars at Syracuse Madrid, such as Azahar, Mare Nostrum, and Eurovision. In 2011, he was named Program Director.

Ph.D., Spanish Literature – Harvard University
M.A., Spanish Literature – Harvard University
B.S., Business Administration – Babson College

Dr. Georgina Marcelino


Dr. Marcelino is a creative advertising professional, brand communications specialist, and visual artist. She holds a Ph.D. in Advertising, Communications, and Public Relations, as well as a Master’s Degree in Strategic Advertising and a Bachelor’s Degree in Advertising with a specialization in Creativity. 

As a brand communications consultant and digital content manager, she has worked with several global brands. Her work has a special focus on social transformation, diversity, equity, and representation, also promoting communications, advertising, and branding studies with an antiracist and anti-stereotypes approach. As a visual artist, she has participated in contemporary art festivals in Spain, Mexico, Cuba, the United States, and the Dominican Republic and as an activist has been part of the team of speakers and press representatives of recognized antiracist organizations in Spain.  


Ph.D., Advertising, Communications, and Public Relations – Universidad Camilo José Cela, Spain

M.B., Advertising and Strategies – Universidad Nebrija, Spain

B.A., Advertising and Creativity – Universidad Autónoma de Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

Dr. Leticia Martínez


Dr. Martínez has been teaching courses titled “Health Psychology, Wellbeing, and Techniques of Intervention” at IE University and Universidad Complutense de Madrid. She received her Master’s Degree in Clinical and Health Psychology (2014), and she has completed her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology. She is interested in new approaches in psychopathology and assessment (such as taxometrical approaches or network analysis), cognitive biases, dimensions of self-esteem, and well-being in psychotic patients. She is also interested in applying experimental methodologies and new technologies (eg, IAT, ESM, APPs …) to the study of psychopathology and the promotion of well-being. Dr, Martínez also works as a clinical practitioner of third-generation therapies (e.g., acceptance and commitment therapies, mindfulness, compassion-focused therapy, and dialectical behavioral therapy) and positive psychotherapy.


Ph.D., Clinical Psychology – Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain

Máster, Clinical and Health Psychology – Universidad Europea de Madrid, Spain

Dr. Marta Martínez Matute


Dr. Martínez Matute is currently working as an assistant economist for the DG of Economics, Statistics and Research of the Bank of Spain (Eurosystem). She has taught economics for several years, principally microeconomics, principles of economics, accounting and financial economics. Dr. Martínez Matute has collaborated with different institutions such as Georgia State University (US), London School of Economics (UK), Franklin Institute (Spain) and Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (Spain). Her research interests involve applied economics, labour economics, macroeconomics, and policy evaluation. Dr. Martínez Matute has published various papers in top peer-reviewed academic journals related to the economic analysis of labour markets, judicial systems, insolvency and productivity, credit, and education and skills. She has been teaching Economics of the European Integration at Syracuse Madrid since 2015.


Ph.D., Economics – Universidad de Valladolid, Spain

Máster, Economics – Universidad de Valladolid, Spain

Licenciatura, Business Administration – Universidad de Valladolid, Spain

Andrea de Miguel


Prof. de Miguel is a forensic doctor. She has been teaching psychopathology at Universidad Isabel I. She has also worked as a professor at Universidad Alfonso X el Sabio, designing and developing practical workshops about psychological damage in victims of gender-based violence. She has been a mentor for Legal Medicine Interns of Psychiatry.

Currently, she works as a Forensic Doctor at Madrid Provincial Court issuing psychological and psychiatric reports. She has also worked as an associate professor at Medical Expert and Evaluation of Psychological and Body Damage Master at AMIR, as an associate professor at the European University of Madrid, and as a professor and mentor for the preparation of Legal Medicine Specialist for Spanish State.

Doctorado, Medicina (in progress) – Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain

M.A., Peritaje Médico y Valoración del Daño Corporal – Universidad de Alcalá, Spain

Graduado, Medicina – Universidad de la Laguna, Spain

Dr. Belén Molinuevo


Social anthropologist. Specialty in gender issues, women’s studies, and sexual diversity. Research developed on gender relations in urban spaces, sexuality, and homophobic bullying at schools. Member of the education department of the Federation of Spanish LGBT Associations. At Syracuse Madrid, she teaches Sexuality in Spain in both the spring and fall semesters, as well as in the summer session.

Ph.D., Social Anthropology –  Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain
Máster, Foreign Policy of the European Union – Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain
Licenciatura, Social and Cultural Anthropology – Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain
Diplomatura, Education – Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain

Dr. Cristina Pérez

Spanish Language

Dr. Pérez has been teaching literature, translation, and language culture at Syracuse Madrid since 2001. She has also taught at Boston University and Tufts University, and she is currently teaching at the Boston University internship program in Madrid.

Ph.D., Hispanic Languages and Literatures – Boston University
M.A., Hispanic Languages and Literatures – Boston University
B.A., Arts and Music – University of Miami

Mónica Pérez-Bedmar


Prof. Pérez-Bedmar holds a B.Sc and M.Sc in oceanography and coastal zone management and is at present pursuing her doctorate in ecology.  She lived in the United States for more than 10 years working in and collaborating with several environmental agencies dedicated to the protection of coastal areas.  Prof. Pérez-Bedmar has taught oceanography and environmental science in several U.S. university programs in Spain for several years. She conducts field research and field trips with students often and has collaborated with several research projects in the environmental field. In addition, Prof. Pérez-Bedmar is a certified diver and sailing instructor and is an avid nature explorer.


M.S., Coastal Zone Management – Florida Institute of Technology
B.S., Biological Oceanography – Florida Institute of Technology

Dr. Elena Postigo


Dr. Postigo specializes in European and Spanish and Latin American history. She has taught at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM) for 25 years at the undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate levels. Dr. Postigo has taught at different European universities at the post-graduate level (Paris, Rouen, Bordeaux, Naples, Pisa, European Institute – Florence, Évora, Porto, Zaragoza, Cantabria). She has also taught in Argentina. She has published two books and over 60 articles in Spanish and European magazines and has participated in 20 international and 10 national conferences. Dr. Postigo has been the director of eight research projects (I+D), five of which were financed by the European Community and three of which were financed by the Spanish Ministry of Education. Finally, Dr. Postigo has been the director of six teaching innovation projects. Currently, she is a full professor of history at UAM and the coordinator of the international doctorate of history of women and gender in Europe (Universities of Paris, Rouen, Naples, Edinburgh, Vienna and UAM). She has been the director of seven doctoral dissertations and 15 masters theses.


Ph.D., Modern and Contemporary History – Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain

Licenciatura, Modern and Contemporary History – Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain

Dr. Francisco Javier Rodríguez Chaparro

Modern Spanish Art

Dr. Rodríguez Chaparro earned his Ph.D. from New York University in 2019. A former Fulbright scholar, his research interests include Museum Studies, Spanish painting and graphic arts, art of the Age of Revolution, and the work of Francisco Goya. He has worked in different capacities at institutions such as MoMA, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, the Hispanic Society Museum & Library, and The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

He currently serves as an Associate Director, Undergraduate Studies, at IE University.

Ph.D., Art History – Institute of Fine Arts, New York University
M.Phil., Art History – Institute of Fine Arts, New York University
Licenciatura., Art History – Universidad de Granada, Spain

Dr. Ernesto Rodríguez Crespo


Dr. Rodríguez Crespo is an assistant professor at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, where he teaches courses related to applied economics in the Department of Economic Structure and Development Economics. Previously, he also worked at Universidad Nebrija in Spain. He holds the national accreditation for Tenured Professor (Profesor Titular) from ANECA. His research interests lie within the fields of institutional change, regional policy, trade, and sustainability. He has published research articles in leading international journals, such as Regional Studies and Ecological Economics. He is joining Syracuse Madrid in January 2024 to teach the class “The World Economy.”


Ph.D., Economics and Management of Innovation – Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain

Postgraduate, Advanced Studies Program in International Economic Policy Research –  Germany

Master’s Degree, Secondary School Teaching – UNED, Spain

Master’s Degree, International Economics – Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain

Licenciatura, Business Administration – Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain

Dr. Marina Rodríguez del Valle


Dr. Rodríguez del Valle earned her M.S. and Ph.D. in immunoparasitology. She completed her post-doctoral research in the fields of toxicology and pharmacology. She has extensive experience teaching courses in microbiology, cell biology, and microbiology at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Dr. Rodríguez del Valle has worked in U.S. universities in Spain and in Mexico. Her interests involve the study of host-parasite relationships, how microbes evade the immune system, and the development of new drugs for microbial control.


Ph.D., Immunoparasitology – Georgetown University

M.S., Immunoparasitology – Georgetown University

Licenciatura, Biological Sciences – Universidad de Navarra, Spain

 Rosa Sánchez de Oña


Rosa Sánchez de Oña holds a law degree from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, a degree in Translation and Interpreting from the Universidad Alfonso X el Sabio, and an MA in Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language from the Universidad Carlos III. She has worked as both a legal translator for relevant legal firms, as well as a Spanish language instructor for corporate executives in Germany and France. After having lived abroad for more than 10 years, she knows how important it is to learn not only the language, but also the culture of the host country in order to achieve a rewarding academic experience. She thoroughly enjoys teaching Spanish and working with college-age students.


M.A., Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language – Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain

Licenciatura, Law – Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain

Licenciatura, Translation and Interpretation – Universidad Alfonso X el Sabio de Madrid, Spain

Dr. Pilar Sánchez Millas

Political science

Since 2002, Dr. Sánchez Millas has been teaching history and political science courses at Syracuse Madrid, including numerous field trips to interview politicians involved in the peace process of the Basque Country and its relationship to the Spanish state.

Dr. Sánchez Millas’ Ph.D. dissertation analyzed the period of absolute majorities of the socialist party, dealing specifically with the teamwork built for the Spanish politics towards the European integration process. Her research projects include identifying, classifying, and storing the personal files of a main character in the Spanish transition to democracy, Francisco Fernández Ordóñez, who was an outstanding promoter of opening up the country to the rest of the world after forty years of dictatorship. Dr. Sánchez Millas continues to research and write about people involved in peace, transitions to democracy, and the conciliation politics behind these.

Ph.D., Political Science Instituto Universitario de Investigación Ortega y Gasset, Spain
Licenciatura, Geography and History – Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain

Dr. María Torrano

Spanish Language

Dr. Torrano has wide-ranging experience in teaching English and Spanish as second languages. She has been teaching Spanish for foreigners for almost ten years, abroad (Lisbon, France) and in Spain, in different universities (CEU San Pablo, Syracuse Madrid) and language schools (Tandem, Alce Lenguas).

Every summer she teaches language and culture at the Spanish courses of Universidad Internacional Menéndez Pelayo in Santander. She is also a freelance translator (English, French and Spanish) and a DELE examiner.

Ph.D., Literature – Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain
Máster, Spanish as a Second Language – Universidad Internacional Menéndez Pelayo, Spain
Bachelor’s Degree, English Philology – Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain

Dr. Juan Trouillhet Manso

Spanish Language

Dr. Juan Trouillhet received his Ph.D. from UIC (20th Century Spanish Literature, Comparative Literature Studies) and taught Spanish Language, Literature, Art, and Cinema at UIC, UCM, UC3M, and the Instituto Cervantes of Chicago. At the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, he also taught different courses such as “The Spanish Civil War,” “How to Learn Spanish through Soccer,” “A Gastronomic Trip through Spain,” and “How to Read Don Quixote.”


Ph.D., Hispanic Studies – University of Illinois at Chicago

Licenciatura, Spanish Philology – Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain

Elena Vilanova

Spanish Language

Prof. Vilanova graduated with a degree in German Language and Literature at the University of Valencia, and she also holds a Master’s Degree in Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language (University of Barcelona). She has been teaching Spanish since 2003 at several universities and language centers, such as the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and The Hague University (The Netherlands). She is currently collaborating with different universities in Madrid and teaches Spanish at Syracuse University.


M.A., Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language – Universitat de Barcelona, Spain

Licenciatura, Filología Alemana – Universitat de València, Spain

Luis Miguel Villalba

Spanish Language

Luis Miguel pursued university studies focused on cultural studies, earning a degree in General Literature and Comparative Literatures from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. He completed his postgraduate degree in ELE Didactics at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona in 2021. Luis Miguel remains dedicated to continuous learning and holds certifications from the Instituto Cervantes as a DELE B and C examiner, and he fulfilled a Curso Práctico De Profesor Especialista En Enseñanza De Ele from International House. With a diverse Spanish teaching background, he is committed to instilling a passion for the Spanish language and culture in his students.


M.A., Spanish as a Second Language – Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain

Postgraduate course, Didactics of Spanish as a Second Language

Grado, General Literature and Comparative LiteraturesUniversidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain

Person in orange blazer and white shirt looking at the cameraMaría Teresa Viñuelas

Spanish Language
Coordinator, Spanish Language Program
Supervisor, Internship and Service Learning

Since 1991, Prof. Viñuelas has taught Spanish language and linguistics at Syracuse Madrid to undergraduate students at all Spanish levels. She was first a lecturer, and later, the director of the Mare Nostrum Signature Seminar. She has also directed the Roots and Routes and Spanish Identities Signature Seminars for Syracuse Madrid. Since 2005, she has served as supervisor of the Spanish Department and coordinator of internship and service learning.

Máster, Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language – Universidad de Alcalá, Spain
Licenciatura, Spanish Philology – Universidad de Alcalá, Spain

Óscar Yáñez

Business of Sports

Óscar Yáñez is passionate about sports as a social catalyst and changemaker. With over 20 years of experience in sports institutions (sports clubs, associations, and federations), sponsoring companies, consulting firms, and marketing agencies, Prof. Yáñez focuses on sports digital marketing strategies. He has been a lecturer at many European universities, such as IESE, Universidad Europea, IE University, and the University of Navarra. Professor Yáñez is currently Director at

Ph.D., Sports Marketing (in progress) – Universidad de Alcalá, Spain
M.B.A., Executive in Sales and Marketing – IE Business School, Spain
Licenciatura, Law – Universidad de Navarra, Spain

Dr. Amalia Yrizar

Assistant director, Syracuse Madrid

Dr. Yrizar has taught at the undergraduate university level since 2003, first as a TA at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, and later as a lecturer at Syracuse University Madrid. At Syracuse Madrid, she has taught several history and political science courses, including the Imperium and Azahar Signature Seminars.  As of 2008, she collaborates with a graduate program at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.

In 2005, Dr. Yrizar became the assistant to the director for academic affairs, and in 2011, she was named assistant director of the Syracuse Madrid program.

Ph.D., History – Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain
Licenciatura, Library and Information Science – Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain
Licenciatura, Early Modern and Modern History – Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain

Spanish degrees

Máster – One to two-year postgraduate degree.
Licenciatura – Five-year undergraduate degree.
Grado – Four-year undergraduate degree.
Diplomatura – Three-year undergraduate degree.