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A vibrant port city filled with stately architecture from its European past, Buenos Aires is a wonderful place for students to immerse themselves in a culture that is rich with heritage, community, and passion for life.
Have your pick of shops, vibrant neighborhoods, theaters, and cafes in “the Paris of South America.” The city earned its nickname thanks to its stately architecture and a steady influx of European immigrants, giving visitors glimpses of Europe and the Middle East alike through architecture and neighborhood life.
- Every CIEE semester program has cultural excursions and study tours uniquely designed to complement the program’s academics and enhance students’ cultural immersion.
- Trips to explore beyond the capital – Córdoba, Mendoza, Salta, Bariloche, Iguazú Falls, Entre Ríos, or Tucumán.
- Depending on their program of study and availability, students may be able to participate in an internship or volunteer.
- Do Buenos Aires on your own terms by customizing your experience through the Open Campus program. Take one, two, or three six-week blocks, select your academic track from six options, then choose your courses from a wide range of subject areas.
CIEE Scholarships and Grants
CIEE’s need-based grants offer support to students who face financial barriers to studying abroad. CIEE awards need-based grants based on students’ EFCs and program selection. The Gilman Go Global Grant offers students $750-$2,000 toward airfare, plus $2,500 toward semester program costs, or $1,000 toward summer program costs.
Spend your summer exploring Latin America’s socio-historical and cultural processes represented in films, or gender and sexuality in artistic productions, while developing your Spanish language skills.
People travel from all over the globe to dip into the cultural treasures of Argentina and barely scratch the surface. Imagine all you'll experience during a semester abroad in Argentina!
January in Buenos Aires is designed for students who want to explore, understand, and debate Argentinian identity and culture through its music, specifically, Tango.