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Students can begin in Spain their first two years of studies by completing their general education courses required by all U.S. universities. Then they transfer their credits to an university in the USA from which they intend to earn a degree. This is known as the 2+2 program: 2 years in Spain and 2 years in the U.S.
The GED (General Educational Development) is a High School proficiency test that evaluates 4 areas of the student’s knowledge: Social Studies, Science, English and Mathematics. Once completed, the student will receive a GED diploma.
The American College in Spain offers a fully accredited program whereby students can complete their high school in Spain. With a tailor-made program, classes are taught by a team of qualified teachers specialized in different subjects. Personal academic advice is offered to all students, at all ages and levels of study.
Academic English is a program that has been developed to allow students to obtain an appropriate and sufficient level of English so that they are able to receive a formal education that is taught in this language. The program is adapted to the student’s level and maintains grammar, conversation, and writing as its main pillars.
Advantages of the American University System
Start a university career in Marbella, transfer to the US and obtain a degree from an accredited American university.
Why study at The American College in Spain?
25 years of experience and more than 12,000 students endorse the success of our program.
The success of the American University System
A degree from an American university is a great way to gain access into the workplace worldwide.
International Center of Broward College
The American College in Spain, as an International Center of Broward College, has exchange agreements with numerous universities in the USA and other countries.
The university system of the USA is well known for its flexibility in many aspects.
The process has an added advantage because it helps students gradually adapt to the American language, method of learning, and culture.
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