Contact/Directions

King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center 53 Washington Square South New York, NY 10012 Tel: (212) 998-3650 Fax: (212) 995-4804 Hours of operation: KJCC is open to the public from 9AM to 9PM, Monday through Friday. The building is closed on weekends. Please check admission tab on this website for further information on entry policies. Directions – Subway A/B/C/D/E/F/M Take to the West 4th Street/Washington Square Station. Walk east on West 4th Street or Waverly Place to Washington Square.

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History

Under the leadership of its 13th president, John Brademas, New York University in the early 1980s intensified its commitment to international education, community service and the global exchange of information. The University began setting up centers dedicated to teaching and research on countries, cultures, and concerns abroad. During this time, Dr. Brademas observed a lack of information on, and lack of awareness of, Spain and Latin America in the media, academia, and countless other institutions.

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Space Rental

POLICIES Click here for reservation form (most up-to-date policies on this page, not on the pdf) Renting spaces at KJCC (available only to NYU departments) ● Reservations will not be taken until KJCC schedule of events is finalized for the semester. ● Spaces will only be reserved for NYU departments with payments made through the department’s chartfield. ● As a courtesy, the following departments in the building will not be charged for reservations: The Brademas Center, The Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, History, Hebrew & Judaic Studies, and the Remarque Institute.

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Spanish Studies Nyu

Department of Spanish and Portuguese NYU in Madrid NYU in Buenos Aires NYU Summer Abroad: Argentina, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Spain New York University’s Department of Spanish and Portuguese offers comprehensive training at the graduate and undergraduate levels in four broad areas of study: the Spanish and Portuguese languages, Spanish literature and civilization, Spanish American literature and civilization, and Luso-Brazilian literature and civilization. In addition to the Washington Square campus, NYU Madrid and NYU Buenos Aires give students the opportunity to study in Spain and in Argentina (single semester, full academic year, or summer).

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FAQs

Q. Does KJC offer any courses in Spanish language or culture? A. No. KJC does not offer any courses. We are part of NYU and information about NYU schools and classes can be found through www.nyu.edu and www.scps.nyu.edu. Q. Will messages to King Juan Carlos the I of Spain be received by him if I send them to the Center? A. No. KJC has no direct ties with the King.

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