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Study Abroad in Buenos Aires

At the University of CEMA, international students can spend a quarter, semester or year earning college or MBA credits while experiencing Buenos Aires’ rich cultural life. Our especially designed Undergraduate Study Abroad Program, intended for undergraduates, offers a wide range of Spanish-speaking courses in the areas of Economics, Business, Marketing, Political Science and International Relations. As this extensive core curriculum is also offered to our undergraduates, it guarantees a truly multi-cultural academic experience. The program also offers exclusive classes of Spanish Language.

Undergraduate students participating in the Study Abroad Program are allowed to take up to five courses during their one semester stay. Each Course requires between 3 and 5 hours a week of classes and includes a final exam.

Similarly, our MBA Study Abroad Program, intended for advanced MBA students, offers a wide range of both English-speaking and Spanish-speaking courses in key areas of management such as Decision Making, Marketing, Strategy, and so on. Study Abroad MBA students share these classes with local MBAs, thus guaranteeing a truly multi-cultural academic experience.

MBA students participating in the Study Abroad Program are allowed to take up to three courses during their one quarter stay. Each course involves one weekly class of 3 hours during twelve weeks, and includes a final exam.

All undergraduate classes are taught in spanish at UCEMA and most are delivered by full-time professors with doctorates awarded by the most prestigious universities worldwide. Full-time professors are renowned researchers, and as such, they are on the verge of knowledge in their areas of expertise. Our part-time professors combine outstanding experience and leadership as executives or consultants in first-class companies, with a clear vision about their daily activities and a life dedicated to the study of their areas of expertise.

UCEMA is located in downtown Buenos Aires, at the heart of the financial and cultural activity of the country. It is a private university formally recognized by the Ministry of Education of Argentina.

The MBA program at UCEMA is internationally accredited by the Association of MBAs (AMBA), based in London, UK.