About The Program
Rising from past military dictatorships, Argentina and Chile are models in social, political, and cultural reinvention. Observe, experience, and compare both countries as you travel from Buenos Aires to Santiago. Each location is rich in contrasts with diverse cultures and landscapes. You also have a chance to interact with local political and human rights organizations. Cultural tours and activities introduce unique flavors, sights, and history. Enjoy the taste of grilled asados, the spirited rivalry of fútbol, and the rhythmic footwork of the tango. Discover South America's breathtaking natural environments like mountain deserts in Patagonia, ice glaciers, or tropical beaches.
Where you'll study
Torcuato Di Tella University
While Torcuato Di Tella University (UTDT) is young, it has quickly become one of Argentina’s most prestigious private universities. Here, you will learn alongside the next generation of leaders in business, academia, politics and the arts. On the bright, urban campus, everything is modern and eco-friendly. With its green roof terrace, the university is a shining example of sustainability and conservation. In addition, UTDT is an advocate of cultural exchange and hosts a variety of social events for international students. It also offers a buddy system that will help you meet more Argentine students. If you’re up for it, you can even join an intramural sports team, which the International Programs Office highly recommends. The surrounding area is in Belgrano, an attractive residential neighborhood with lavishly designed embassies, lush parks and a busy shopping area famous for Argentinian fashion brands. Steps from campus are plenty of parks for study breaks as well as shops and malls.
Alberto Hurtado University
Alberto Hurtado University (UAH) believes in building knowledge to end poverty and inequality. The Chilean academic community hails the university for its commitment to social justice. You’ll find its programs in social sciences and humanities exceptional. UAH's particular academic style combines scientific investigation with public service. As you examine how social politics impacts human rights, you’ll also learn about cultural practices particular to Chile. During your time at UAH, you can access classes in six schools. These include Psychology, Education, Philosophy and Humanities, Law, Economics and Business, and the Social Sciences. Located in the center of Santiago in heritage houses built in the 1920s, the campus preserves the history and identity of the city.