University of Palermo: Buenos Aires - Direct Enrollment & Exchange

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The University of Palermo is a private university located in Buenos Aires, Argentina.  Spanish as a Second Language Program: The Language Department offers international students the possibility to study Spanish in an approachable and practical wa... read more

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Yes. I dramatically improved in my Spanish. I became more conscious of the world and different cultures in Latin America. I am majoring in International Relations with a minor in Latin American Studies and this study abroad experience has been more than perfect for me to help me in my academic and future plans. - Towson University View Entire Review
I love study abroad, great way to see the world affordably and during a time when responsibilities aren't tying you down. - Nebraska Wesleyan University View Entire Review
It was worthwhile because I grew as a person and experienced a completely different lifestyle. It impacted my cultural awareness because I lived in a city that believes they are more european then latino, therefore it was interesting to see why and which type of people really stuck to that. - Towson University View Entire Review

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The University of Palermo is a private university located in Buenos Aires, Argentina.  

Spanish as a Second Language Program: The Language Department offers international students the possibility to study Spanish in an approachable and practical way. News articles, videos, songs, TV programs and radio broadcastings will be used. 

Latin American Cultural Identity Program: Is a semester-long course created for those international students who besides learning Spanish, believe it is important to learn what makes Latin America, and more specifically Argentina, the way it is. It is recommended for those students who are focusing their studies in the region or for those who simply acknowledge its significance in history and its potential in the future


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  • Fall
  • Spring
  • Academic Year
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