Students may choose between the following Program Terms:
The Latin American Studies program is designed for students at all levels of the Spanish language who have an interest in political, social, economic, and cultural aspects of Argentina. The courses in this program are taught in Spanish and English by University of Belgrano professors. Students with a high intermediate or advanced level of Spanish may choose to take any combination of courses listed. All classes are with American and other international students.
Students may also add an Intensive Month to a Semester/Year program for a discounted price. Contact the ISA office for further details.
Students wishing to take one or more courses with locals should sign up for the Courses with Argentines program.
Gap students are also eligible for this program.
|Jan 31, 2014 to Jun 21, 2014||IBAS2214||$12,875||Program in Progress|
|Feb 28, 2014 to Jun 21, 2014||IBAS2114||$9,975||Program in Progress|
|Jun 20, 2014 to Nov 8, 2014||IBAF2214||$12,875||Currently Accepting Applications!|
|Jul 18, 2014 to Nov 8, 2014||IBAF2114||$9,975||Currently Accepting Applications!|
|Late Jan, 2015 to Late Jun, 2015||IBAS2215||TBA||Currently Accepting Applications!|
|Late Feb, 2015 to Late Jun, 2015||IBAS2115||TBA||Currently Accepting Applications!|
Students at an advanced level of the Spanish language will take courses with local students at the University of Belgrano. Students will have an academic orientation before making their final course selections at the University of Belgrano.
Students who have completed or tested out of a minimum of 4 semesters/6 quarters of college-level Spanish are eligible for this program by enrolling in the semester that includes the intensive month.
Students have the option of taking up to five classes from two general categories but must take at least one course with Argentines if they sign up for this program:
Category One: Classes with Argentine Students (Students must choose at least one course from this area)
Students are able to select classes from the regular course listings of the University of Belgrano. These courses are recommended for students who are fluent in the Spanish language because courses will be taken with Argentine students and are taught by Argentine faculty.
Category Two: Latin American Studies in Spanish (as listed under the Fall 2&3, Spring 2&3 programs)
These courses are specifically designed for foreign students. Instruction is in Spanish and classes are taken with international students.
Students who do not wish to enroll in at least one course from Category One will be required to switch to the Latin American Studies program.
|Jan 31, 2014 to Jul 19, 2014||IBAS3414||$14,350||Program in Progress|
|Feb 28, 2014 to Jul 19, 2014||IBAS3314||$11,500||Program in Progress|
|Jun 20, 2014 to Dec 6, 2014||IBAF3414||$14,350||Currently Accepting Applications!|
|Jul 18, 2014 to Dec 6, 2014||IBAF3314||$11,500||Currently Accepting Applications!|
|Late Jan, 2015 to Mid Jul, 2015||IBAS3415||TBA||Currently Accepting Applications!|
|Late Feb, 2015 to Mid Jul, 2015||IBAS3315||TBA||Currently Accepting Applications!|
The Business, Hospitality, Design and Courses with Locals semester program is open to students at all language levels and offers Spanish language courses and a variety of courses with locals instructed in English and Spanish. Students who have not completed a semester/quarter of college-level Spanish or the equivalent must choose language as one of their courses.Courses in English are primarily related to Business. Students who place into the advanced Spanish language level have the opportunity to enroll in courses with locals instructed in Spanish in a variety of disciplines, such as Design, Hospitality, Engineering, Business, and Social Sciences.
Please note that courses taken at the Argentine Institute of Gastronomy (IAG) require additional fees, and are located off UADE's campus.
|Jul 29, 2014 to Dec 20, 2014||IBAF3714||$11,000||Currently Accepting Applications!|
|Early Mar, 2015 to Early Jul, 2015||IBAS3115||TBA||Currently Accepting Applications!|
This program is designed for students that have a high advanced to superior level of Spanish. Students enroll in one language and culture course and 4 courses selected from the University of El Salvador departments. The majority of courses will be taken with Argentine students; whereas the Spanish language courses will be with international students.
Students who have completed 4 semesters or 6 quarters of college-level Spanish are eligible for this program by adding on an intensive month prior to the semester.
The following list includes many, but not all of the departments offered at the University of El Salvador. Courses offered in these departments consist of 42-56 hours of instruction.
Economics and Administration
Political Science/International Relations
|Jan 31, 2014 to Jul 5, 2014||IBAS3214||$15,500||Program in Progress|
|Feb 28, 2014 to Jul 5, 2014||IBAS3114||$12,000||Program in Progress|
|Mid Jun, 2014 to Early Nov, 2014||IBAF3214||$15,500||Currently Accepting Applications!|
|Mid Jul, 2014 to Early Nov, 2014||IBAF3114||$12,000||Currently Accepting Applications!|
|Late Jan, 2015 to Early Jul, 2015||IBAS3215||TBA||Currently Accepting Applications!|
|Late Feb, 2015 to Early Jul, 2015||IBAS3615||TBA||Currently Accepting Applications!|
This program is designed for students at the beginning, intermediate, and advanced levels of the Spanish language.
Spring students will take a total of 264 hours and have the opportunity to progress through 2 consecutive levels. Fall students will have the opportunity to progress through two consecutive levels of Spanish language, each level being worth 126 hours of instruction, totaling 252 hours for the semester. Both the Fall and Spring programs are open to all levels of Spanish speakers.
Students will participate in courses offered at University of Belgrano's language department that focus on Spanish grammar, conversation, and culture. Students will be in class with Americans and other international students.
All students must take a Spanish language placement exam upon arrival in Buenos Aires. The exam will indicate each student's language proficiency level, and will determine the courses in which the student is eligible to enroll.
Students who arrive in Argentina having completed less than one year of college-level Spanish will likely place into beginning level. Students who arrive in Argentina having completed one full year of college-level Spanish will likely place into the intermediate-level courses.
Gap students are also eligible for this program.
|Jan 3, 2014 to May 3, 2014||IBAS1114||$9,900||Program in Progress|
|Aug 29, 2014 to Dec 6, 2014||IBAF1114||$9,900||Currently Accepting Applications!|
|Early Feb, 2015 to Early May, 2015||IBAS1115||TBA||Currently Accepting Applications!|
The Society, Politics & Culture program at the University of el Salvador is an excellent program for students seeking to challenge their Spanish proficiency while pursuing studies in the areas of art, culture, political science, history, international studies, sociology, theatre, film and more.
This program offers a coordinated interdisciplinary study of Argentina and the Southern Cone region for students with an intermediate knowledge of the Spanish language (2 semesters/3 quarters of college-level Spanish or the equivalent).
Students begin this program with a mandatory 3-week intensive Spanish language course. For the semester portion of the program, students will select three electives instructed in Spanish to complement the mandatory Contemporary Latin American Language and Culture course.
The University of el Salvador requests that students include enrollment documents completed by hand and a 250-word letter of intent written in Spanish in addition to the standard ISA materials. These documents will be requested following your acceptance into the program.
Please note that students who complete the Society, Politics & Culture program will be eligible to participate in the Liberal Arts, Language & Culture program at the University of el Salvador during the following semester for a discounted price.
If a student has completed 4+ semesters/6+ quarters of college-level Spanish or more, it is strongly suggested that the student pursue a different ISA program. This is because the Society, Politics & Culture program is designed with Intermediate to High Intermediate students in mind (2-3 semesters/3-5 quarters), and all courses available during the semester will cater to the High Intermediate Spanish language level.
|Feb 8, 2014 to Jun 21, 2014||IBAS2314||$13,250||Program in Progress|
|Early Jul, 2014 to Mid Nov, 2014||IBAF2314||$13,250||Currently Accepting Applications!|
|Early Feb, 2015 to Late Jun, 2015||IBAS2315||TBA||Currently Accepting Applications!|
Students participating in the Directed Research in Agriculture, Environmental, & Food Science program will enroll in a 12 credit research track in Agriculture, Environmental and/or Food Science and may also choose to enroll in Spanish Language for the Agriculture Professions. All courses for the program are taught at the Universidad de Buenos Aires – Facultad de Agronomía campus. Proposals for independent research topics outside of the research tracks available are considered on a case by case basis. Please contact your Site Specialist for further information.
|Early Mar, 2014 to Early Jul, 2014||IBAS3514||$9,500||Program in Progress|
|Mid Aug, 2014 to Mid Dec, 2014||IBAF3614||$9,500||Currently Accepting Applications!|
|Early Mar, 2015 to Early Jul, 2015||IBAS3515||TBA||Currently Accepting Applications!|