Few cities can match Buenos Aires’ artistic vibrancy and political energy; none can equal its beguiling marriage of European influence and Latin cultural flair. Make yourself a part of it all by joining BridgeAbroad for a year or a semester studying Argen
- Buenos Aires, Argentina
- Program Type:
- Study Abroad
- Degree Level:
- Fall Semester, Spring Semester
- Program Description:
- Course Load: 4-5 courses
Credit Load: 12-21 credits
Language of Instruction: English and/or Spanish
Minimum Spanish Proficiency Required: Beginner
BridgeVirtual Language Lessons
As part of your program fee, you will receive three free BridgeVirtual language sessions for your use prior to your arrival on-site! Each session lasts 2 hours and includes both pre- and post-class online activities, as well as private, face-to-face time with a certified native speaking teacher.
With BridgeVirtual, you’ll learn from practical assignments that incorporate videos, blogs, news articles, and a large variety of material, appropriate for all levels and interests. You will be assigned your own teacher, who is dedicated to guiding and motivating you through a completely personalized, one-to-one program, which makes learning fun, practical and effective. And most importantly, you’ll have the language tools you need to be successful in your program abroad.
Few cities can match Buenos Aires’ artistic vibrancy and political energy; none can equal its beguiling marriage of European influence and Latin cultural flair. Make yourself a part of it all by joining BridgeAbroad for a year or a semester studying Argentine culture and politics at Buenos Aires’ esteemed Universidad Austral. You’ll learn about the country and the region as you develop a global perspective, strengthen your Spanish skills, and make new friends from across the world—all while earning academic credit! And with Bridge, you won’t just be studying—you’ll be immersing yourself in the life of one of the world’s great cities. From live music to classic turn-of-the-century literary cafes, wine tastings to all-night dancing, Buenos Aires serves up a near-limitless cultural spread. And with more than a quarter-century orchestrating exceptional intercultural experiences, Bridge knows how to make your time in Buenos Aires as horizon-expanding as possible. We’ll pick you up at the airport, introduce you to the city, and help you settle in, leaving you to free to take advantage of all the city and its people have to offer!
Course Load: 4-5 courses Credit Load: 12-21 credits Language of Instruction: English and/or Spanish Minimum Spanish Proficiency Required: Beginner Minimum GPA: 2.5/4.0 Prerequisites: Students wishing to enroll directly in courses taught in Spanish must have a level of Spanish equivalent to six college semesters. Transcript: Issued by Universidad Austral Universidad Austral One of Buenos Aires’ leading private universities, Universidad Austral has earned a reputation for academic excellence throughout Argentina and the region. Located in colonial San Telmo, just steps from elegant Puerto Madero and a brief walk from downtown, Austral is perfectly positioned for easy access to the whole city. The strength of Austral’s programs in education, business, medicine, and the social sciences have attracted a large number of international students, with nearly one in ten coming from abroad—making the university an ideal base for your BridgeAbroad academic adventure!
- Setting Description:
- When UNESCO named Buenos Aires the World Book Capital in 2011, it was confirming something residents of the city already knew: Buenos Aires loves its books! Nowhere is this clearer than along downtown’s Corrientes Avenue. Bookstores completely dominate the blocks between the Obelisk and Callao, and each one has its own unique flavor, from encyclopedic collections of Latin American fiction to delightfully disorganized piles of used reads. Just a few blocks away, along Santa Fe Avenue in Barrio Norte, stands the city’s literary crown gem: El Ateneo Grand Splendid. Housed in a magnificently restored turn of the century theater, it’s as beautiful as it is comprehensive. But all the glitz comes at a price, so bargain hunters may want to skip on over to one of the city’s two permanent book fairs, held daily in Plaza Italia and Parque Rivadavia. And those in town in April shouldn’t miss the annual Feria del Libro, a sort of Detroit Auto Show for books that brings high-tech literary exhibits
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