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ISEP Direct - Universidad del Salvador
Program Terms: Fall,
Spring,
Year (Fall - Spring)
This program is currently not accepting applications.
Homepage: Click to visit
Program Sponsor: ISEP 
Dates / Deadlines:
There are currently no active application cycles for this program.
Fact Sheet:
 Language of Instruction:
Spanish
 Program Type:
Non-USF Program
 Level of Study:
Graduate, Undergraduate
 Open to:
USF Students Only
 Credit Offered:
Transfer Credit
 Program Advisor:
Rene Sanchez
 Minimum GPA:
2.75
Program Description:
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Universidad del Salvador




Fast Facts

Buenos Aires, Argentina (pop. 12 million)
Student Enrollment: 15,000
Language of instruction: Spanish
www.salvador.edu.ar
International Student Information
Course Information


Location

Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a sophisticated metropolis, with one of the largest concentrations of Spanish-speaking people in the world. Situated on the Rio de la Plata, 100 miles from the Atlantic Ocean, it is a major port and the center of all activity in Argentina.

Program Type

ISEP-Exchange: Academic semester
ISEP-Direct: Academic year, semester, and summer

ISEP-Exchange for International students.
ISEP-Exchange for US students.
ISEP-Direct site for students from all member institutions.
Summer program available.



Program Dates

Please note that this site observes the Southern Hemisphere academic calendar. If you want to study for a full-year in the southern hemisphere, consider starting your program at the beginning of their academic year in February or March. Some institutions offer annual rather than semester courses. For southern hemisphere programs, ISEP benefits do apply during the recess between semesters (June-July), whereas they do NOT apply between the end of one academic year and the beginning of a new academic year (December to February-March).
Academic year: mid-March to November; Semester 1: mid-March to July; Semester 2: late July to November.

Programs

Option 1: ISEP-Exchange and ISEP-Direct: Academic Year or Semester - Regular Courses
  • Agronomy
  • Business Administration (business administration, human resources, information systems, marketing)
  • Education and Social Communication (communication, journalism & advertising)
  • History, Philosophy and Literature (art history, English, environmental sciences, history, interpretation/ translation [English/ Spanish], literary style correction, literature, philosophy, tourism & hotel management)
  • Juridical Sciences (law)
  • Health Related Disciplines (deaf & language disorders, music therapy, nutrition, occupational therapy, phonoaudiology, physical & sport related activities, physical therapy)
  • Oriental Studies; Psychology and Educational Psychology (drama, early childhood education, educational psychology, psychology)
  • Social Sciences (international relations, political science, social work, sociology)
  • Arts and Architecture (architecture, set design)
  • Veterinary Medicine
Option 2: Programa de Inmersión Cultural (PIC): Argentina and the Southern Cone Region: Society, Politics and Culture

The PIC delivers a coordinated interdisciplinary study of Argentina and the region for University level students who have completed an Elementary level of Spanish. The program is made up of two parts: an intensive introductory 3-week course followed by a full time interdisciplinary semester program that includes a mandatory language and culture course plus three elective classes. Students may choose these courses from a selection on Argentine culture, theater, history, economy, social and politics of Argentina and the Southern Cone region. Sophomores may apply.

Courses for Graduate (Masters) Level

Masters in International Relations

Housing and Meals

Students in the regular program (Option 1) are housed in private student residences. A stipend is provided for meals. No married student housing is available. Students participating in the PIC (Option 2) are housed with local host families (or in student residences if host family not available). The host family will provide two meals per day and a stipend will be provided for the other meals.

Profile

Universidad del Salvador is one of Argentina's most highly regarded institutions. Facilities include classroom and administration buildings, computer labs, bookstores and libraries. The university also has a campus at Pilar (40 km from central Buenos Aires) where students may take some classes and enjoy a suburban atmosphere. Total enrollment: 15,000 (including 350 exchange students per year).

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