Study Abroad & Intern inBuenos Aires


Make Buenos Aires Your Classroom

Explore and thrive in this colorful and vibrant city. Studying abroad in Buenos Aires offers something for everyone — watch Tango dancers on the streets, eat delicious empanadas on the go, and much more!

The CAPA Buenos Aires Center is hosted at Universidad Austral, a private, AACSB accredited university located in Barrio Norte.

Buenos Aires Fun Facts:

  • Locals are called Porteños
  • The Casa Rosada is really pink
  • Legalized same-sex marriage in 2010
  • Known as the Paris of South America
  • Largest Japanese garden outside Japan
  • Immigrants from Europe and Latin America

See What's Happening in Buenos Aires

I realized that I was truly a citizen of the world while living in Argentina. I felt very integrated throughout my trip. I had the chance to give back to the community and volunteer. This was the most impactful part of my experience.

Delonte Eguwatu

Morehouse College

The Buenos Aires Experience

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Explore the diversity of cosmopolitan Buenos Aires with our My Global City events: Learn to Tango, take a boat ride in Tigre Delta or visit Teatro Colón.

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Live like a Porteño and stay in a homestay, where breakfast and dinner are provided daily.

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Choose from a range of program options -Spring, Fall, Summer and short-term, with courses covering just about any major.

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During your internship you'll acquire real-world professional skills. This is a great way to enhance your classroom experience and your resume!

Program Inclusions

  • TuitionFor semester term earn 12-18 credits, for summer term earn 3-6 credits; (for both: courses are 3 credits unless otherwise noted; internships are 3-6 credits). Credits are issued by State University of New York (SUNY) Oswego.
  • HousingYou’ll live in a homestay within commuting distance of the CAPA Buenos Aires Center.
  • Student ActivitiesSocial events including an arrival reception, mid-term dinner and a farewell ceremony.
  • Internship & VolunteerPart-time internships earn 3-6 credits. Note: you must have at least 4 semesters of Spanish to participate. Volunteer opportunities are also available.
  • My Global CityThis program offers a variety of immersive social experiences throughout your program such as participating in Fiesta de Mataderos, an authentic Gaucho (cowboy) fair, or exploring the city’s museums, theaters, and galleries at night during La Noche de los Museos festival.
  • ExcursionA full-day excursion to an estancia (Argentine cattle ranch), a Tango show and lesson, and a city bus tour of Buenos Aires.
  • 24/7 Emergency SupportWe maintain a comprehensive health and safety plan to ensure you have a safe and productive learning experience.
  • InsuranceAs a student in our program, you’ll receive our medical, travel, and accident insurance.
  • SupportOur team is available throughout your program to assist and support you 24/7 with any urgent situations.
and so much more

Choose Your Term

CAPA's Buenos Aires Center

  • 100 Callos Avenue
  • Buenos Aires,
  • Argentina

CAPA's Buenos Aires Center

Marlena Reimer

CAPA Buenos Aires Resident Director

Buen día! CAPA is emocionado *excited* to welcome you to Buenos Aires! You have chosen a truly cosmopolitan city, with a rich and complex history, a multidimensional arts and cultural scene, captivating architecture and so much more. Here, you will learn so much, about the city and yourself, make long lasting friendships, build up your travel savvy and, of course, pick up and develop your Spanish, or "castellano," language skills. CAPA will be there every step of the way, providing you with both engaging classroom experiences and on the ground ventures to local neighborhoods, museums, theatres and other Buenos Aires gems. So, put on your walking shoes, grab some yerba mate and get ready to explore Buenos Aires!

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