Trinity in Buenos Aires provides students with both intermediate and advance Spanish language abilities an opportunity to study and live in this vibrant Latin American city. Whether you have just begun Spanish, need to fulfill your language requirement, or are a more advanced speaker, this program has a great deal to offer.
- This program offers two language tracks to accommodate students with both intermediate and advanced Spanish language abilities.
- For advanced language students, there is an optional pre-semester three week 1.0 credit course offered in Montevideo, Uruguay
- Political science and international studies majors can fulfill the third and fourth semesters of their language requirements
- The program offers excellent academic opportunities for students interested in Latin American Studies, Human Rights, and Urban Studies
Often called the “Paris of Latin America,” Buenos Aires is a beautiful and dynamic city where Latin American and European influences merge in a unique blend of architecture, music, literature, dance, and cuisine. Walking through the streets of Buenos Aires immediately gives you a sense of Argentina’s fascinating political and social history and its diverse cultural life. San Telmo’s colorful architecture, La Boca’s famous tango dancers, and Palermo’s beautiful parks are just a few of the interesting “barrios” in Buenos Aires. Though each street corner has its own intimacy, with its local shops and people, the city seems endless when it comes to its museums, bars and restaurants, clubs, theaters, galleries, and concerts. The diverse art and music scenes are flourishing. Yet even in this huge city, the friendliness of the Argentines provides students with many opportunities to practice and improve their Spanish.
Trinity in Buenos Aires is run in association with IFSA-Butler, an
educational organization that provides students with student support
services for the duration of their time in Argentina. The IFSA-Butler staff
in Buenos Aires work together with the Trinity Academic Director and
arrange student housing, coordinate arrival and orientation
arrangements, manage university enrollments and provide additional
assistance as needed throughout the semester.