Study Abroad Programs in Argentina

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To be honestt, I didn't know what i was getting myself into. I knew for a while that my next challenge that I wanted to take on in college was to experience studying abroad. I have been overcoming social anxiety for years now and although i can step out my door with no problem, i know there were still obstacles to over come. It ... - SUNY Purchase View Entire Review
Yes. I gained independence, open-mindedness toward other lifestyles and an appreciation for the Spanish language. - New Mexico State University View Entire Review
My experience was more than worthwhile, but choosing this program was a huge mistake. - University of California - Los Angeles View Entire Review
I learned how the Physical Education/Exercise Science program was run in Argentina. It was definitely worthwhile to broaden my view of the country and their academic programs and the cultural experience was unforgettable. - Illinois State University View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with Study Abroad Programs in Argentina
I am very satisfied with my study abroad experience. I have traveled before but never in the capapcity of a student in a program. As a student participant, I was able to enjoy the culture more fully because all the accommodations were taken care of. The only worry I had was to get the fullest experience I could. I also gained a ... - Western Kentucky University View Entire Review
Most worth while! - Pepperdine University Graziadio School of Business and Management View Entire Review
yes. it was worth every penny. - Oklahoma City University View Entire Review
I feel I've touched on this earlier, but it has definitely changed my future plans. I plan on starting my own business in Austin in the next few years, my idea was entirely influenced by the trip. - The University of Texas at Austin View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with Study Abroad Programs in Argentina
It was definitely worthwhile, but my specific program left a lot to be desired. The understandings I gained had mostly to do with myself and what I found interesting. I made some good friends but took the opportunity as a time to selfishly do exactly what I wanted to do. I learned how important communication skills are--especial... - University of Minnesota - Twin Cities View Entire Review
Studying abroad for me was so great. I feel that now I can go anywhere and really enjoy myself because Ive realized that im an open person and ready to experience new things. I plan on doing alot of travelling and have even considered to teach or work abroad in the future. - The University of Texas at Austin View Entire Review
That being alone can be cool. - SUNY Purchase View Entire Review
I learned not to do business in Argentina. It was worthwhile, but I would not return to the city. - Marymount University View Entire Review
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Perspective - Georgetown University View Entire Review
YES. I loved every minute of it. My only suggestion would be to do CCCS and not ISA. Also, you should choose Cordoba. It is still a huge city but unlike Buenos Aires you can actually begin to feel at home here, instead of like a tourist. - Trinity University View Entire Review
I learned so much. Before I left I had a lot of fear about speaking in Spanish and within a day or two I was practically fluent. - Towson University View Entire Review
Yes, while there were a lot of little things I did not like about the trip I would do it again in a heart beat because it was such a unique experience. - Towson University View Entire Review
I gained a much greater appreciation for diversity in the world, and realized that just because something is different from the way i see/do things, doesn't mean it's wrong - University of Pittsburgh - Pittsburgh View Entire Review
Gained an understanding of what culture is and gained perspective on my life, the world, and my place in it. - The University of Texas at Austin View Entire Review
I learned an amazing amount about Argentina, a country I knew almost nothing about, and was able to experience for myself a very different and unique culture. I was also able to meet students from around world, not just the U.S. and Argentina (something I had not expected). This made the trip all the more meaningful, because I... - The University of Texas at Austin View Entire Review
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yes, I picked up a lot of spanish - SUNY - Binghamton View Entire Review

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Find your dream Study Abroad Program in Argentina at Abroad101 and this directory of education abroad programs plus rankings and reviews by American college students.  

Future students are drawn to Abroad101 for the reviews from returning students.  Using the popular 1-5 star scale, individual reviews provide a total rating, which are then averaged and displayed in directories.  Individual review details give ratings on all aspects of the program: academics, housing, food, program administration and the environment, plus student support before and after the experience abroad.  This insight can be reassuring to students and help them not only pick a program, but feel comfortable in their choices.  For parents, the reviews provide a level of comfort about the provider, the destination and study abroad in general.

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