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- Sol Education Abroad - Study Abroad in Buenos Aires - Academia Buenos Aires, Argentina at ESEADE University
Sol Education Abroad - Study Abroad in Buenos Aires - Academia Buenos Aires, Argentina at ESEADE University
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
I learned to appreciate what I had and have. I learn to be more independent and social. I gained more knowledge of the culture. Vi Tran - University of Houston View Entire Review
I learned a lot about the culture and history of Argentina. It was definitely worthwhile. Kevin - Western Kentucky University View Entire Review
Incredibly formative experience, not without challenge. Learned a language as well as a new worldview. Taylor G Luttrell-Williams - University of North Texas View Entire Review
I gained some adaptability in my Spanish, since certain vocabulary in Buenos Aires is different than in other countries. A student - Texas A&M University - College Station View Entire Review
I think the biggest thing I gained while I was there was independence. Going to college and being on your own is nothing compared to going to a different country and being on your own. It was 100% worthwhile. Kaylee - University of Wisconsin - Whitewater View Entire Review
Yes - helped my Spanish A student - Arizona State University View Entire Review
Greater fluency in Spanish. A very good knowledge of the culture of Argentina and its history. Stuart Smith View Entire Review
Thea Shorey - University of California - Los Angeles / UCLA View Entire Review
Much cultural communication. Definitely worth while. Zena Gavin - Western Kentucky University View Entire Review
It was very worthwhile, I never knew how quickly I could learn a language and how much I took the easy way out. Derrick H - University of Arkansas - Little Rock View Entire Review
I learned a lot about myself and how I could be independent. It was absolutely worth while. dovie.white - Missouri State University View Entire Review
Yes. Elizabeth Z - University of Maryland - College Park View Entire Review
I have gained friendships, confidence, improved my grammar, improved my conversational skills, and most importantly I have realized that I am capable of much more than I thought. Studying abroad has opened my mind to all the possibilities and opportunities out there for me, and I'm already planning my next study abroad! Three we... Tanya G - Texas A&M University - College Station View Entire Review
Language proficiency, new lifelong friends, good new food, interesting new culture, musicians crazy for rock, warm weather. It was worthwhile but I learned that I unfortunately will need to stay in an appartment next time. Nicholas Carson Good - University of Wisconsin - Parkside View Entire Review
Learned to speak more fluently and gain language skills, and then also got to form new relatinoships through amazing experiences Noah Moore - Western Kentucky University View Entire Review
My experience abroad was forever life changing. I went in barely knowing spanish, knowing absolutely nobody, and never been abroad. I can say when my month in Buenos Aires came to an end I was so sad. I made forever friends and memories I will cherish for a lifetime. I pushed myself out of comfort zone to try new things, and now... Emma Spalding - Western Kentucky University View Entire Review
My Spanish has improved so much and I loved getting to live in and experience Argentina, and travel to other South American countries. Krista Beucler - University of Mary Washington View Entire Review
I learned a lot of Spanish and about the Argentine culture. It was definitely worthwhile! Mason McClintok - University of Georgia View Entire Review
I really gained insight into a totally different culture. I improved my Spanish, and met some wonderful people. Sophia Day - Stuyvesant High School View Entire Review
Gained new knowledge about the Spanish language as well as knowledge about Argentinian culture. A student - Texas A&M University - College Station View Entire Review
i hate americans. A student - Eugene Lang College - The New School for Liberal Arts View Entire Review
It was very worthwhile. I learned more about myself and grew as a stronger person. I know I am more confident that I can take care of myself and handle myself abroad. I also traveled on my own to Patagonia for one week to push myself to the limits of the earth. It was the most rewarding thing I have done and I highly encourage s... Shelby T - Winona State University View Entire Review
I learned from my abroad experience that our world is very different in such an interesting way! Living in a foreign place truly allows you to get to know yourself on a level you never experienced before. Kate R - University of Kentucky View Entire Review
I learned that I should have either done this study away program when I was younger or I should have brought my family with me. Jamal A - Missouri State University View Entire Review
It was very worthwhile. I could not have picked a better program. I learned how to do things by myself and get around a completely different huge city. It was incredible for me to learn a language, make new friends and navigate around a place I had never seen before. Maura P - University of Colorado - Denver View Entire Review
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. For our Winter Break programs, faculty-led customized trips, and other special arrangements, classes are often taught at the Academia Buenos Aires. The Academia Buenos Aires is partnered with the private university ESEADE (Instituto Universitario Escuela Superior de Economía y Administración de Empresa), who issues the transcript. The Academia is located in the very heart of Buenos Aires. It is housed in a 19th-century historic building located right behind the Plaza del Mayo and the Casa Rosada (the presidential palace). 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):Study Abroad
- January Term
- Spring Break
- Short Term
Relevant Study Subject(s):
- Hispanic and Latin American Languages, Literature
- Liberal Arts, General Studies
- Social Sciences
- Spanish Language, Literature
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Sol Education Abroad Scholarships
We want to give back to every single community our students come from and make study abroad available to students that want to better their Spanish language skills and have a desire to learn and explore other cultures. The goal of our annual scholarships is to allow students who would not be able to participate in a Study Abroad & Spanish Immersion program do so. We want to make study abroad available to students of all ethnic and cultural backgrounds. If you feel you are a student that meets this profile, please apply. You must meet the Sol Education Abroad eligibility requirements.
$750, $500, $250, $100
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