Through a micro-scholarship program in collaboration with the US Embassy in Spain, Go American English! offers training in English to students of 2nd of ESO (Spanish Secondary Education) that are willing to improve their communication skills in this language.

The scholarships cover up to 100% of the costs, including the program itself and the school materials. It also offers the option to apply for a partial transport scholarship.

These scholarships are designed to help students with good academic results and a household income below average in Madrid.

The objective of this program is to foster a comprehensive training for students and to improve their computer abilities. It will encourage moral values such as leadership, entrepreneurship, voluntary service and critical thinking, as well as teamwork, open mind and appreciation for diversity. Complementary activities, such as sports and entrepreneurial workshops, lectures by guest experts or voluntary community work and human rights lectures will also be held.

The classes will take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 16:30 to 19:00. The program will last for two years: first course will start on the second week of September 2017 and will finish on June 2018; whereas the second course will be taught between September 2018 and June 2019.

Application submission period: from the 1st to the 22nd of June, 2017.

You can submit your duly completed application by email (, by regular mail or hand delivery to Nuria Sánchez at the office:

Fundación International Studies

c/Velázquez, 140 – 28006 Madrid

For more information about the program, the admission requirements, the necessary documentation, the calendar or the application form, you can download the following files:

Info Go American English 2017-2019

Solicitud Go American English Solicitud 2017-2019

Sports and Achivement Academies with Real Madrid Foundation

The International Studies Foundation and the Real Madrid Foundation have created the Sports and Achievement Academies in the US for children with limited economic and social resources.

The program’s objective is to enhance the student’s education in life values as well as their soccer training. Participating children will also learn about moral values, gender equality, social integration and healthy habits.

In collaboration with the Real Madrid Foundation.

Currently, the Sports and Achievement Academies Program is being developed in two public schools of Florida for underprivileged children between the ages of 7 and 13. The academies are completely free for all the 120 children who take part in the Program.

These schools are located at the Ernest R. Graham K-8 Center in Hialeah and the Kensington Park Elementary School. With the collaboration of the local government, this program will also be implemented at the Kendall Campus (Miami Dade College).

The Program is designed to offer children the opportunity to enhance their education in sports and moral values in partnership with one of the best soccer organizations in the world.

The project is sponsored by Fundación Mapfre. LINK