CEA: Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Explore the blend of old and new in Buenos Aires. The capital and largest city in Argentina, Buenos Aires is the ideal place to hone your Spanish skills while immersing into Latin American culture. Take courses in a range of subject areas -- taugh... read more

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OVERALL RATING 3.8
Based on 6 Reviews
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I learned so much about the world and the people in it. - University of Michigan - Ann Arbor View Entire Review
More self confidence and speaking skills. Very worthwhile. - University of Southern Indiana View Entire Review
I learned patience and to go with the flow. It was definitely worthwhile. My Spanish improved so much, I became more comfortable adapting quickly and not stressing over every single small detail. - Champlain College View Entire Review
Past Review It's Argentina
I learned so much about myself, how I get along with, and the type of environment I like to be surrounded by. I gained a better understanding for Latin American culture in relation to my ow . That was worthwhile. - University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign View Entire Review
I learned about this amazing culture, and improved my Spanish skills. I also gained many new friends that I have come to love dearly. And I know I will return here one day. - University of Wisconsin - LaCrosse View Entire Review
Be willing to go with the flow, and always expect the unexpected. Friends, amazing nights, and great learning experiences lie where you least expect it. Part of me belongs to Buenos Aires, and I will be taking a piece of Buenos Aires with me. The experience was well worth my time: the staff was caring and engaged, I discovered a... - Iowa State University View Entire Review
I had a great study abroad experience but my program was very poor. - University of Wisconsin - LaCrosse View Entire Review
I learned how to live independently, to take on any challenge without being afraid of messing up or embarrassing myself, and to adapt to unfamiliar situations and customs. It was the most worthwhile experience of my life. - University of Miami View Entire Review
I learned how to integrate myself into another culture, how my personal cultural adjustment process happens, and how to live in a large city. - University of North Texas View Entire Review
It was definitely worthwhile. It has help me grow not only as a student but as a person. I feel that I have definitely have changed while my time abroad. I have become a less fragmented person while abroad. - University of San Diego View Entire Review
This was my first time really living in another country and getting a feel for a new culture. I greatly improved my Spanish skills, but more importantly I learned what life is like for Argentinians and what we have in common. - California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo View Entire Review
Past Review Ethan Schatzline
Spanish - University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa View Entire Review
Learned so much about Argentina, met some amazing people, and improved my Spanish. Definitely worthwhile!!! - University of Minnesota - Morris View Entire Review
I gained Spanish skills by simply being in the city and doing things that I needed to do to survive, such as walking around, speaking to locals, and doing chores. I also felt excluded form the CEA program because they mainly focused on the students that were in the CEA center and excluded the students at the university. - Berea College View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with CEA: Buenos Aires, Argentina
As cheesy as it may sound, I honestly feel like I did change this semester. I feel like I became more independent and I learned more about myself. Since the CEA academics were rather easy, I used my free time to focus on more paths of self-discovery. Buenos Aires changed me for the better. - Ithaca College View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with CEA: Buenos Aires, Argentina
December 04, 2017 A Connection To Remember
I learned a lot about myself through getting out of my comfort zone, specifically with the language barrier that initially intimidated me. I am proud of how much I have picked up with my Spanish and how much more confident of a traveller I am now. - University of San Diego View Entire Review
I learned a lot about myself and learned how to be more independent - Richard Stockton College of New Jersey View Entire Review
Past Review Que Sera Sera
Culture, different art styles, perspective, yeah it was - Champlain College View Entire Review
I learned a lot about being more confident and taking new opportunities and experiences with patience and appreciation. - College of Charleston View Entire Review
Past Review Wild
It was something. - California State University - Humboldt State University View Entire Review
Past Review So Much Fun
I learned about different cultures and myself. - Western Washington University View Entire Review
I learned a lot about how other people live. I think experiencing another culture helped me to understand my own better. I would definitely say it was worth it! - University of Oklahoma View Entire Review
I gained an appreciation of a completely different culture and way of life. I proved to myself that I can easily live in another country with a different language and way of living. I gained knowledge of the history and culture of the people, as well as the spanish language. I think this was an absolutely worthwhile experience t... - University of Michigan - Ann Arbor View Entire Review
I learned that in order to learn effectively, I need to put myself outside of my comfort zone constantly. Many valuable lessons. - New Mexico State University View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with CEA Global Education: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Past Review Time Flies!
I'm a family person, Spanish is possible! - University of California - Berkeley View Entire Review

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Explore the blend of old and new in Buenos Aires. The capital and largest city in Argentina, Buenos Aires is the ideal place to hone your Spanish skills while immersing into Latin American culture. Take courses in a range of subject areas -- taught in both Spanish and English -- at the CEA Buenos Aires Center and our partner institution, the University of Belgrano. Choose from diverse programs such as liberal arts, social sciences, and international business, many offering Early Start options for even more Spanish language learning, all with a focus on hands-on learning that turns the city into your living classroom. For even more resume-boosting experience, you can volunteer or participate in a career & re-entry workshop. You can also choose to immerse yourself in Argentine culture or take an intensive Spanish language program. Spend a summer, a semester, or an academic year in Buenos Aires and experience all that Argentina has to offer!

Program Type(s):
Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • Fall
  • Summer
  • Spring
  • Academic Year
Instruction Language(s):
  • Spanish
  • English
Relevant Study Subject(s):
  • Liberal Arts, General Studies
  • Architect
  • Business
  • Communication and Media Studies
  • Engineering
  • Fine Arts, Studio Arts
  • Foreign Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics
  • Legal Professions and Studies
  • Spanish Language, Literature
  • Computer and Information Sciences
Minimum GPA:
2.5
Year Founded:
1997
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CEA Scholarships

For CEA students who seek a global learning experience.

$400-$3000

Deadlines:
April 10 (Summer), May 10 (Fall), November 15 (Spring)

Guidelines/Requirements:
GPA: 2.5; Scholarship Application and Recommendation Form (found on the CEA website); Letter of Recommendation; An original 400-500 word essay reflecting on the following quote and describing why it is important to gain “a new way of seeing things” and how you will achieve this while studying abroad: "One's destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things." – Henry Miller

For CEA students who are interested in pursuing a career with global ties.

$400-$2000

Deadlines:
April 10 (Summer), May 10 (Fall), November 15 (Spring)

Guidelines/Requirements:
GPA: 3.0; Scholarship Application and Recommendation Form (both found on the CEA website); Letter of Recommendation; An original 400-500 word essay reflecting on the following quote and describing your career goals and how the skills and attributes you hope to gain while studying abroad will support your professional endeavors: "All major hiring companies need global citizens. Global sensitivities, global perspective, global insight, along with maturity and a capacity for risk-taking, are exactly the skills every major organization is looking for – in every industry." – Kevin Gill, Global Director of Staffing for Honeywell

For CEA students who demonstrate a high need for additional funding.

$500-$1000

Deadlines:
April 10 (Summer), May 10 (Fall), November 15 (Spring)

Guidelines/Requirements:
GPA: 2.5; Scholarship Application and Recommendation Form (found on CEA website); Letter of Recommendation; and Financial Need Scholarship Form (Found on CEA website -- work with the financial aid office at your home institution to complete the form)

For CEA students who excel academically.

$750-$3,000

Deadlines:
April 10 (Summer), May 10 (Fall), November 15 (Spring)

Guidelines/Requirements:
GPA: 3.7; Scholarship Application and Recommendation Form (both found on CEA website); and an original 400-500 word essay reflecting on the following quote and describing how you look forward to ‘learning, unlearning, and relearning’ and how you will accomplish your learning/unlearning goals during your study abroad experience: "The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn." – Alvin Toffler

For CEA students from diverse backgrounds or students who have had a personal experience with diversity

$400-$2,000

Deadlines:
April 10 (Summer), May 10 (Fall), November 15 (Spring)

Guidelines/Requirements:
GPA: 2.5; Scholarship Application & Recommendation Form (both found on the CEA website); Letter of Recommendation; and an original 400-500 word essay reflecting on the following quote and describing how your experience with diversity has prepared you for your study abroad experience: "Perhaps travel cannot prevent bigotry, but by demonstrating that all people cry, laugh, eat, worry, and die, it can introduce the idea that if we try and understand each other, we may even become friends." – Maya Angelou

CEA has partnered with the Institute of International Education's Generation Study Abroad, a five-year initiative that strives to double the number of U.S. college students who study abroad, to offer this scholarship to CEA students

$400-$750

Deadlines:
April 10 (Summer), May 10 (Fall), November 15 (Spring)

Guidelines/Requirements:
GPA: 2.5; Scholarship Application & Recommendation Form (both found on CEA website); Letter of Recommendation; and an original 400-500 word essay reflecting on how you plan to utilize your international experience to connect your home community and other international communities before, during, and after your time abroad.

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