University of Belgrano: Buenos Aires - Summer PEAL, Argentine and Latin American Studies Program

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The Argentine and Latin American Studies Program (PEAL) offers a boreal summer / austral winter five week term (June 27 - July 28) consisting of one course in Spanish at advanced level, and three upper division survey courses in Latin American Stu... read more

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It was absolutely worthwhile. I gained so much more fluency in the language by being totally immersed in it, and I was able to put my education into use. Living in Buenos Aires was just like living in any big city in the United States except everyone spoke another language- it made me think, or at least consider more, of living ... - George Mason University View Entire Review
After my study abroad experience in Buenos Aires, I feel I have both grown as an individual and as student. I am more independent and much better at taking things as they come, enjoying the current moment, and making the most of a less than likely situation. I am also more outgoing and am more motivated in school. My experience ... - George Mason University View Entire Review
I learned how to live and get around in a city. Once you master that, you can generally get around in any city. My ability and my confidence in speaking Spanish definitely improved. - George Mason University View Entire Review

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The Argentine and Latin American Studies Program (PEAL) offers a boreal summer / austral winter five week term (June 27 - July 28) consisting of one course in Spanish at advanced level, and three upper division survey courses in Latin American Studies at the 300 level. Students participating in this program must choose two of these courses intended for majors and minors in Spanish. Courses meet four times per week for 150 minutes each class, and take a total of 60 hours to complete. All students must take a written placement test online which will determine if they are eligible for this program. A minimum of 15 students is required to open the program. 

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