The Global Teaching Labs is offered to schools with Baccalaureate of Excellence; IES, Institutes of Secondary Education (ESO and baccalaureate) of the Community of Madrid. The objective is to give the opportunity to their students to interact with young university students from the MIT environment during the Program.

  • Start of the course - Enero 2024

  • Duration - 4 weeks

  • Language - Spanish

  • Admission - See

  • Certificate - Including

If you wish to participate in the "Global Teaching Labs If you need additional information, please contact Almudena Díez (Academic Coordinator of the Programme) by email, by clicking on the following button.


The Rafael del Pino Foundation is organising the Global Teaching Labs with MIT in order to bring 10 young university students to get to know the Spanish social reality. Throughout the month of January, with the help of a teacher, they give support, create and develop workshops, classes or sessions in laboratories. In this way, the Baccalaureate of Excellence students have access to a young university student from MIT, a leading place in the world of technology and innovation.

American university students stay with host families at the schools.

As a closing event, a Bootcamp in the Rafael del Pino Auditorium in order to share the project worked on in the centres during the stay of the young North Americans.

Dynamics of the Programme

Sessions with a wide range of content in the school.

Academic Coordination of the Programme

Almudena Díez

Director of Training Programmes at the Rafael del Pino Foundation.

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