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Study Abroad in Argentina

Geography, Language and Culture with Dr. Greg Knapp

Posted: October 15, 2013
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Explore the world with the Department of Geography in summer 2014! Get class credit while living in one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world. Take in the vibrant street art, learn the art of Tango, and practice Spanish in an Argentinian home.

Students have the opportunity to live and study for six weeks in Buenos Aires, participate in organized field trips/activities, and reside in homestays in close proximity to parks, shops, cafes and public transportation. Learn more at upcoming program info sessions on Oct. 17  and Nov. 12th, 2013. The final application deadline is December 1, 2013

Buenos Aires is known as the "Paris of the Americas” for its sophistication and culture. One of the most cosmopolitan societies in the world, this capital city offers unparalleled opportunities to enjoy parks, theatre, music, films and museums and is home to countless cultural and sporting attractions.

 

 

Check out stories and pictures from previous years:

Prof. Greg Knapp and TA Jonathan Lowell taught Geography of South America- UT Summer Study Abroad Program in Buenos Aires, Argentina from May to July

Geography Study Abroad Program Now in Buenos Aires

 

Next Steps 

  • Attend a program info session, Oct. 17  and Nov. 12th, 2013. 
  • Meet with the professor or with a peer advisor
  • Begin investigating funding sources
  • Apply before December 1st!

Full program details for Summer 2014 are listed on the Study Abroad Program website. Questions? Contact Melissa Sassi.

Photos by Miguel César, Juan Antonio Flores Segal, and Emmanuel Iarussi

 

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