Buenos Aires

Argentina
Host Institution(s)
Contact Information
Dr. Nonie Wanger
Assist. Prof. of French/ Italian & Study Abroad Director
4513 Manhattan College Parkway Riverdale, NY 10471
phone: 718-862-7316
fax: 718-862-8044
email: nonie.wanger@manhattan.edu
Lasallian Study Abroad
Lasallian Study Abroad
Lasallian Study Abroad
Lasallian Study Abroad
Lasallian Study Abroad
Lasallian Study Abroad
Lasallian Study Abroad
Lasallian Study Abroad

Term

Fall semester
Spring semester
January term

Program/University Overview:
A.I.E.
Asociaciòn Internacional de Estudios

Website of Program/University: www.aiele.com.ar

Unique Aspects of Program:
Study and live in Buenos Aires while improving your language skills and enjoying the culture.

Country and/or City Information: n/a

Admission Requirements: 2.75 GPA

Courses Offered:
Register for courses in Spanish (3 - 9 credits) with the remaining courses (6-12 credits) taken in the humanities.

  • Latin American History Through Film
  • Intersection of Latin American History
  • Politics and Fiction
  • Literature and the Nation in Latin America
  • History of Argentine Cinema

Prerequisites (if any): None

Housing: Double occupancy family housing with breakfast (continental) and dinner 

Cost:  
If you are a student at one of the US Lasallian universities or colleges, you will remain enrolled at your school and pay tuition and program fees there.  Tuition is based on your campus tuition rates and may include an additional surcharge depending on the program.  Contact the person on your campus responsible for study abroad.

Scholarship Information: 
Contact the person on your campus responsible for study abroad.

Academic Calendar:
Fall/Spring semester
This program is also offered during the January intersession

Application Deadline:
October 25 for Spring; March 25 for Fall; November 1 for January

Application Details:  
Must complete Lasallian Consortium application.  [If applicable, please submit specific application forms for the program.]

Student Testimonials:
"I was very excited to arrive in Argentina. Before this trip, I had never been to South America. I'm glad I got to experience the culture of a country that is totally different from the United States.  The class was very interesting.  I liked learning about the history of this country.  The excursions helped to bring what we learned to life." 

An alternate information contact:
Mrs. Elly Mons - Coordinator Study Abroad Programs

e-mail: emons01@manhattan.edu

tel. 718- 862-7527