IFSA-Butler: Buenos Aires - Intermediate Program

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What the Buenos Aires Intermediate program has to offer •Immersion into Argentine culture through academics, program activities and volunteer opportunities •All coursework is conducted in Spanish •Community-based learning experience available... read more

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A student studying abroad with IFSA-Butler: Buenos Aires - Intermediate Program
It was absolutely worthwhile because it gave me a strong sense of confidence to know that I could be so independent outside my comfort zone. The second to last week of my time of South America, I traveled to Brazil by myself for 10 days, without knowing Portuguese and it was one of the best opportunities I've ever experienced. I... - The University of Texas at Austin

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What the Buenos Aires Intermediate program has to offer

•Immersion into Argentine culture through academics, program activities and volunteer opportunities
•All coursework is conducted in Spanish
•Community-based learning experience available through specialized coursework at USAL
•Group excursions and activities focused on the art, culture, sports and lifestyle that make Buenos Aires one of the world's most exciting and cosmopolitan cities
•Three-week orientation begins with the Intensive Intermediate Spanish course and also includes informational sessions and fun group activities
•Volunteer experiences available with community and non-governmental organizations

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Program Length(s):
  • Fall
  • Spring
Minimum GPA:
3.0
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