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Buenos Aires, Argentina
Institute for Study Abroad (IFSA), Bulter University
- Spring Semester (End February-July)
- Fall Semester (End July-Mid December)
- GPA - 3.0
- 5 semesters of university-level Spanish
- Argentine Universities Program is an advanced program which allows students to cross-register among four Buenos Aires universities: Universidad Católica Argentina, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Universidad del Salvador, Universidad Torcuato DiTella.
- All students, regardless of concentration, take the Advanced Spanish and Argentine Culture course designed exclusively for IFSA-Butler students.
Each student is matched with a tutor who is trained to help with language and academic questions.
- Three-day excursion to a destination such as Colonia, Uruguay; Montevideo, Uruguay, or Rosario, Argentina
- Music concerts, theatrical productions, rugby and soccer matches, Argentine film screenings, urban biking and canoe trip, tango classes, polo demonstration class, and museum tours.
- Students will live with a carefully selected Argentine host family. Limit one student per family for maximum cultural and language integration.
Buenos Aires, Argentina (ISA)
- Spring Semester (Late January – Late May)
- Fall Semester (September – December)
- Cumulative GPA – 2.5
- Designed for intermediate level Spanish students.
- Intermediate, high intermediate and advanced language classes offered.
- Many content courses for international students available.
- Very strong in language acquisition courses.
- Courses are taught by University of Belgrano faculty.
- ELAP, Experiential Learning Abroad Programs, is a division of ISA created to increase learning beyond the classroom. ELAP connects students with the community through partnerships with hundreds of non-profit s, medical clinics, schools, and businesses. This is an optional internship and costs are not included in SUA study abroad program.
- 3 or more excursions
- Possible field trip locations include; Iguazu Falls on the Argentina/Brazil border, the popular riverside retreat of El Tigre, and the Argentine gaucho town of Dia de Campo.
- Argentine history revolves around Western European immigrants whose influences can be seen all throughout the city in its architecture, art, and style.
- Home stay with an Argentine family
- 2 meals per day provided Mon through Sat
- Allowance for lunches provided by SUA