College Consortium for International Studies (CCIS): Buenos Aires - Universidad de Belgrano

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Established in 1964, Universidad de Belgrano, in the lovely Belgrano district of Buenos Aires, enrolls around 11,000 students. In addition to the 9 academic departments on offer to matriculated students, it also boasts one of the best internationa... read more

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Yes, I learned a lot about myself, Argentina, and the US that I couldn't have learned otherwise. It was worthwhile! - Truman State University View Entire Review
My study abroad experience has given me an appreciation for those that take the time to learn another language. I love that by learning Spanish, I can break down any communication barriers that may be present in the US. A good portion of the population speak Spanish as a first language. I already have been able to put it into pr... View Entire Review
Studying abroad really opened up my eyes to how other cultures live and I'm now seriously considering a career in which I'll be able to use my new language skills. I'm also considering moving back down there after graduation. - SUNY Purchase View Entire Review

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Established in 1964, Universidad de Belgrano, in the lovely Belgrano district of Buenos Aires, enrolls around 11,000 students. In addition to the 9 academic departments on offer to matriculated students, it also boasts one of the best international student programs in Argentina. UB's students come from across Argentina, Latin America, and the world--nearly a thousand international students are drawn to its programs. Modern facilities house classrooms and offices and provide the base for numerous cultural and athletic activities. You will earn academic credit in language and cultural studies or, if your
Spanish-language skills are advanced, take regular courses with local students. Join a sports team or student club to meet other local students, or hop on the Subte (subway) a few blocks away to explore the cosmopolitan city of Buenos Aires. Staying with a local family will broaden your cultural understanding as well as improve your Spanish. Studying at UB will give you more than academic credit: it will give you the confidence to explore the Spanish-speaking world for the rest of your life.

Program Type(s):
Study Abroad
Intensive Language
Program Length(s):
  • Fall
  • Summer
  • Spring
Relevant Study Subject(s):
  • Visual and Performing Arts
  • Comparative Literature
  • History
  • Spanish Language, Literature
Minimum GPA:
2.5
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