Study in Buenos Aires, Argentina
University of Belgrano
Located on the southern tip of the Río de la Plata, Buenos Aires is the cultural and economic center of Argentina. With around 3 million people living in the city and over 12 million in the greater metropolitan area, its influence over the country cannot be underestimated.
Buenos Aires has a number of distinctive neighborhoods that offer visitors something unique for everyone—from the quiet streets and trendy shops in Palermo SoHo, to the hustle and bustle of the Barrio Norte. In many ways, Buenos Aires feels equal parts New York City, Madrid, and Paris. It offers world-class shopping and dining, unique architecture, beautiful parks and botanical gardens, inexpensive and efficient public transportation, and cultural and religious diversity. Outside the city, venture to Iguazú Falls or Costa Del Este on overnight excursions and visit El Tigre or an Argentine ranch in the Pampas on day trips. For any student looking to learn Spanish, experience life in a different culture, and live in a cosmopolitan city, Buenos Aires is a fantastic choice.
The Universidad de Belgrano offers Spanish language courses as well as subject areas including art history, economics, international business, politics, international relations, Latin American history and culture, film and literature. You’ll have the option of enriching your experience by living with an Argentine host family.
NOTE: Study abroad courses must be reviewed prior to program participation so that you know how they will contribute to your degree progress.
Semester Program Costs
Cosponsored program fees can be determined by:
Cosponsor Program Cost
Find it on their website
UMD Study Abroad Fee
| + $1750
| + $43/mo
UMD Internet Access Fee
| + $72
Subtract the Cosponsor Discount
| - $500
ESTIMATED NET COST
= EST. TOTAL COST
- View detailed information regarding calculating program costs.
- Compare this program cost to UMD's cost of attendance for an academic year.
- If you do not see a cost estimate for the semester/term you intend to go abroad, the cost has not yet been determined. Please note cost estimates and fees may change depending on international economic factors. UMD Study Abroad delays the posting of final fees until enrollments, inflation, and exchange rates are determined in order to provide students with the most accurate pricing. We strive to post final fees by October 1 for Spring programs, March 1 for May/Summer programs, and May 1 for Fall and Academic year programs.
Consult with One Stop to see how financial aid can apply to study abroad
- Receive guidance about all things money related
- Ask for estimates and budget samples
- Learn when and how financial aid is disbursed
- Ask about other scholarship opportunities & loan info
(Note: study abroad program credits cannot be used in tuition banding)
Plan Your Budget
Download this Study Abroad Budget Planning Form to estimate costs. Create duplicates to compare this program with others.
- Get a passport. It takes 6 weeks to receive your passport. Make sure your passport expiration date lasts at least 6 months after your program ends
- Learn about visa requirements on the cosponsor (or UMTC) web page
- Roundtrip airfare should only be purchased after official acceptance from the foreign university
How to Apply
A $50 non-refundable application fee will be billed to your One Stop account upon submission of your online application. Provide the following program info when you apply:
Center Name: UMD Study Abroad
Education Abroad Term: (Fall/Spring/Academic year etc.)
Program Name: Cosponsored Buenos Aires, Argentina (select your track if applicable)
After You Apply
- You will receive an email confirmation with a link to your application checklist
- Follow instructions for submitting your checklist items on time
- Your UMD study abroad program coordinator will review your application and monitor the progress of your checklist
- Your program coordinator (or short-term program leader) will confirm your acceptance
- Once accepted, you must complete a confirmation checklist to confirm your participation
- Once we receive your confirmation, your account will be billed
If you decide to cancel, you must login to the application system and submit a “Cancel Request.” Note: If you cancel, you are responsible for any nonrecoverable cosponsor costs (application fees, deposits etc.) Contact the cosponsor for further information or any questions.
UMD Program Contact
Contact Jerolyn Bruns, the Study Abroad Program Coordinator for any questions about this program.
Academic Studies Abroad (ASA) is an Affiliate program provider that we have partnered with to offer study abroad locations all over the globe. If you participate in this program, your grades abroad will factor into your UMD GPA, you’ll receive resident credit and your course grades will appear on your transcript.
UMD Study Abroad
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1208 Kirby Drive
Duluth MN 55812
(218) 726 8764 or (877) 755-4200
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