Argentina

Native speakers of Spanish interested in studying in Latin America are strongly advised to enroll in advanced Spanish courses in order to qualify. Most programs strongly encourage students take a Spanish class in the semester preceding their semester or year abroad.

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Buenos Aires (CIEE)
Program Sponsor: Council on International Education Exchange (CIEE)
Program Name: Buenos Aires, Argentina - Liberal Arts
Type: Stand Alone & Direct Enrollment
Housing: Students live in a homestay with a local host.
Program Eligibility: Spanish 44 + 2 required
Language: Spanish

Buenos Aires (IES)
Program Sponsor: Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)
Type: Stand Alone & Direct Enrollment
Program Name: Latin American Societies and Culture
Housing: Students live in a homestay with a local host.
Program Eligibility:  Minimum 1 semester Spanish to Spanish 44 for Latin American Societies Program
Language: English and Spanish on beginning program; Spanish for students with the equivalent of Spanish 33

Buenos Aires (Butler IFSA)
Program Sponsor: Institute for Study Abroad - Butler University
Program Name: Argentine Universities Program
Type: Stand Alone & Direct Enrollment
Housing: Students live in a homestay with a local host.
Program Eligibility: Spanish 44 + 1 and a minimum 9.0 cumulative GPA.
Language: Spanish

Buenos Aires (SIT Development)
Program Sponsor: School for International Training (SIT)
Program Name: Argentina - Transnationalism & Comparative Development
Type: Experiential field-based
Housing: Students live in homestays with a local host: for most of the program in Buenos Aires and for five days with a rural family in the Santa Fe Province. Other accommodations include small hotels and hostels.
Program: Spanish 44 required, plus previous coursework in economics, political economy, or development studies.
Language: Spanish

Buenos Aires (SIT Social)
Program Sponsor: School for International Training (SIT)
Program Name: Argentina - Social Movements and Human Rights
Type: Experiential field-based
Housing: Students live in homestays with a local host: six weeks in Buenos Aires, three days with a peasant family in the Salta Province, and two days with a Mapuche family. Other accommodations include small hotels and hostels.
Program Eligibility: Spanish 33 required, plus previous coursework in social work, Latin American studies, political economy, or development studies.
Language: Spanish

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