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  • Locations: Cordoba, Argentina
  • Program Terms: Fall
  • Homepage: Click to visit
  • Restrictions: Union applicants only
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Fact Sheet:
Minimum Cumulative GPA: 2.5 Prerequisites: SPN 203
Housing Options: Homestay Curricular Focus: Builds Experience in a Major, Intensive Language Learning and Cultural Education
Program Description:

Cordoba is the second largest city in Argentina, located in the northern part of the country near the Sierra Chica Mountain Range. Cordoba is a perfect place to learn or improve your Spanish. You will also learn more about yourself and have the opportunity to experience and take advantage of a new culture. Córdoba has developed a well-deserved reputation as an exciting but relaxed atmosphere for intellectual pursuits. Home to some 130,000 students from across the country, the city of Córdoba is known popularly in Argentina as "La Docta", from doctorate, because of its rich academic past. Córdoba today is recognized as a center for arts and learning in Argentina with its many universities, theaters, and museums.

Course of Study

Students will be required to take three courses while in Argentina.  One course consists of an intensive language course (two levels) taught at SET Idiomas during September.  During October and November students will take a general culture and/or history course taught at PECLA-UNC.  In addition to these two courses students will take a course that will be taught by Union's accompanying faculty member.

Proposed field trips include: Alta Gracia, Northern Argentina, la Cumbrecita and Buenos Aires. Students will also take a tango dance course, a hands-on cooking course, see Argentinian films and go to museums.

Pre-requisites

Successful completion of Advanced Spanish (SPN 203) before the term abroad.

Accommodations

Students will reside in a double room with a host family.

Calendar

(For specific dates, contact the International Programs Office, Old Chapel, Third Floor.)

  • January: Application deadline is the third Friday of winter term
  • February: Non-refundable deposit due at the Cashier's Office in McKean House, and receipt brought to the International Programs Office
  • Spring term: Orientation meetings
  • September: Program begins
  • December: Program ends

For More Information

Students may contact Professor Vicki Martinez.



Dates / Deadlines:

There are currently no active application cycles for this program.

This program is currently not accepting applications.