Sol Education Abroad: Buenos Aires - University of Belgrano

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Buenos Aires is one of South America’s most fascinating cities. Wander the bustling streets and grand avenues of the city and then explore the numerous historic neighborhoods. Experience the enchanting nightlife that the cosmopolitan city is famou... read more

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OVERALL RATING 4.7
Based on 35 Reviews
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01/20/2015 Exquisite!
1. How to speak spanish much better. 2. A whole new culture 3. A great group of long term friends Kibet M - Morehouse College
I learned Spanish really well. I also learned about Argentine culture and met fascinating people from all over the world. Daniel B - SUNY - College at New Paltz
I had gained confidence in my Spanish & I have learned to have an open mind and never take things for granted. Ronika M - Universidad de Belgrano / University of Belgrano
My mind was opened to a whole new realm of experiences. I learned a lot about culture and priorities but also about myself. I gained a lot of confidence on this trip. Talia H - University of Kentucky
07/03/2014 Hermosa
The beauty of nature and inner peace, the spanish language, Argentine culture, being independent and making smart choices, traveling solo. It was incredibly worthwhile and I HIGHLY recommend it. A student - University of California - Berkeley
I can truly promise that you will be happy with your decision to study abroad in Buenos Aires with SOL. Not only is it the most cost-effective program, but much more importantly it provides an experience that truly is life changing. When going abroad, you are going to get out of the experience what you put into it- but SOL cert... Christina K - University of California - Berkeley
A student studying abroad with Sol Education Abroad: Buenos Aires - University of Belgrano
Had a great time, in an amazing program, in an incredible city. It was absolutely worthwhile and I'm so glad I chose Sol. Students can learn so much about the world and themselves when living in an entirely different culture. I now have friends from every corner of the world and gained a special connection to Buenos Aires. daniel r - University of California - Los Angeles
My time in Argentina with Sol Education was a life changing experience. Between the people I met, the SOL directors, my host family, the daily activities within the city, and the weekend excursions I couldn't have imagined a better way to study abroad. Living within the culture by staying with a host family and taking university... Grace W - The University of Texas at Austin
09/30/2013 A Ba Summer
I learned that I can do anything I set my mind to. My experience taught me a whole new meaning of independence and freedom. It was definitely worthwhile. I need to learn more languages so I can live abroad in other parts of the world. Argentina was just the beginning. Victoria K - Texas A&M - College Station
I gained better and broader perspective of the world and of learning languages. It was definitely a worthwhile experience! Gregory L - University of California - Davis
I learned about a new culture and that some of the stuff I take for granted are not available to everybody. It was definitely worthwhile. Stephen J - University of Mary Washington
I improved my language skills and gained a new sense of independence. It was difficult the first few months being abroad, by myself and trying to make friends. It wasn't exactly what I expected, but it was definitely worthwhile and I'd do it again. Girlboo A - University of Kentucky
I learned so much about myself through this experience. I am much more independent, patient, and confident now. My Spanish improved so much, and I really fell in love with the language. I gained so many amazing friends that I know will be lifelong. Living and experiencing a completely different culture really opened my eyes and ... A student - Texas A&M University - College Station
Argentina as a country is one of the most incredible places that I have ever been. Buenos Aires is a city that is full of so much life and culture. I never had a dull moment, I was never bored, and I never ran out of new things to do. Buenos Aires will make you fall in love and never want to leave. Argentina, with all of its div... Lana C - University of Northern Iowa
A student studying abroad with Sol Education Abroad: Buenos Aires - University of Belgrano
I learned more than just a language from this experience. I learned a great deal about myself and the world around us. There is many things you can learn from venturing out alone. McKenna K - Missouri State University
I gained almost fluent proficiency of Castellano, I gained friends that I will keep for life, a greater perspective of the world, and alot of great memories. Zach M - Texas A&M University - College Station
I gained world experiences and appreciation for other cultures, in addition to meeting people from all over the world, and of course, improving my skills with the Spanish language. It was absolutely worthwhile. Katie W - Xavier University
I learned that I can survive, adapt, and grow in another country. A student - Winona State University
A student studying abroad with Sol Education Abroad: Buenos Aires - University of Belgrano
I learned so much from the culture and how people live and operate in a completely different continent. As well as how to get out of my comfort zone to meet new people and learned how to communicate more effectively with people from other places of the world. Sergio T - Texas A&M University - College Station
Looking back, I know now that what I gained was a beautiful adventure where I built life long friendships and an insatiable desire to see the rest of the world. Studying abroad with SOL was AMAZING!! iheartama - Western Kentucky University
I made lifelong friends and my spanish increased dramatically. I grew up a lot and learned how to encounter situations. Emily T - Louisiana State University - Baton Rouge
Being abroad is an incredibly enriching experience. It is worthwhile My advise is to carefully select a program. The program I used was great, but not for me. I would have preferred a program that allowed more freedom in where i stayed and what trips i took. Ellen A - The University of Texas at Austin
Aside from the dramatic improvements in my spanish language skills it was great to have the experience of building friendships and community ties from scratch in a new city. It was absolutely worthwhile and worth every penny that I paid and more. A student - University of Kentucky
-Yes, absolutely worthwhile. I learned Spanish. I got to get my feet wet in the culture of Latin America while learning about the people, their history, and their culture. I loved it! Aakriti K - George Mason University
08/12/2012 No Regrets
It was absolutely worthwhile! I learned a lot about me personally. I also learned what it was like to struggle through life everyday. It gives you perspective and patience when you return home. A student - University of Mary Washington

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Buenos Aires is one of South America’s most fascinating cities. Wander the bustling streets and grand avenues of the city and then explore the numerous historic neighborhoods. Experience the enchanting nightlife that the cosmopolitan city is famous for, tango clubs, cafés and world-class theaters. Classes are taught at the prestigious University of Belgrano, a private university located in the enchanting Belgrano neighborhood. In addition to the academics, we include cultural activities on the weekdays, and excursions to different parts of the country on the weekends. The program also includes volunteer and community service experiences. You will live with one of our carefully selected host families and our onsite director will be available for you 24/7.

Program Type(s):
Intensive Language
Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • Academic Year
  • Custom
  • Fall
  • January Term
  • Maymester
  • Short Term
  • Spring
  • Summer
Instruction Language(s):
  • English
  • Portugese
  • Spanish
Language Requirement(s):
  • Spanish
Relevant Study Subject(s):
  • Spanish and Iberian Studies
  • Spanish Language and Literature
  • Hispanic and Latin American Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics, General
  • Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities
  • Physical Sciences
  • Economics
  • International Economics
  • International Relations and Affairs
  • Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services
  • International Business
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