Intern in Argentina offers internships in business, education, and communication, set in the international and vibrant city of Buenos Aires. You could find yourself working with large international companies or smaller entrepreneurial ones. The city itself is always moving, with millions of people working, eating, and having fun into all hours of the morning. While the Argentine accent takes a little getting used to, the great city of Buenos Aires is easy for anyone to love.
- GPA Requirement
- Application Deadlines
Spring: October 1 | November 1
Fall: May 1 | June 1
Summer: March 15 | April 1
- Avg Course Load
- Optional: 3-12 US credits
- Language(s) of Instruction
- English and Spanish
Key Program Highlights
- Eat some of the best food in the world in the restaurants and markets of Buenos Aires
- Homestay experience to learn more about Argentine culture
- Placements for beginner or advanced Spanish speakers
- Strong onsite support from our wonderful Site Director
- Amazing excursion out of the city, to a traditional Estancia where you’ll ride horses and live like a ‘gaucho’
- Wide range of internship fields with high level placements
Your Journey Begins Here
Connect with your Global Advisor to start planning. Apply by the application deadline.
Meet your Program Coordinator to finalize acceptance paperwork, housing, courses, flights, visas, payments, etc. Attend a pre-departure orientation.
Fly away. You'll be greeted at the airport, participate in a robust On-site Orientation and La Vida Local Curriculum with your Site Director.
These are a few of our Business and Economics placements that you are able to intern with.
There are many more options though, just contact an advisor to learn more!
Through our partnership with Plymouth State University, you can earn between 3-12 credits in the fields listed here. Alternatively, many students are able to arrange for credit through their home universities. Learn More →
The Intern in Argentina program has a number of possible excursions and each session, we will take students on one full day excursion. If you are interested in adding a second excursion we are happy to help you book one!
Feria de Mataderos
Your tour begins at May Square for an introduction into the city's most iconic buildings and historical sites. From there, a bus takes you to Mataderos market, which features local food, tradtional music, impressive dance performances, and inexpensive art and crafts.
A welcome escape from the busier districts in Buenos Aires, Tigre is a tranquil setting surrounded by bodies of water and nature. Your visit may include a ferry ride to an island just off the coast, a tour of the fruit market, or a trek through a nature reserve.
Overnight at an Estancia
We take a break from the city to enjoy a relaxing overnight excursion in the countryside. You can ride horses, glimpse native animals, explore large green areas and sport fields, and try typical Argentine food.
Life in Buenos Aires
Welcome and Orientation
Upon arrival you’ll take part in both the university and CISabroad orientation program. You’ll learn the “do’s and don’ts” of living in Argentina. Where to go out, how to stay safe, where to shop are just a few of questions that will be answered by our staff. During the first few days you can take the Buenos Aires Bus to check out the top twenty must-see points of the city. During orientation, we’ll also tell you all about our favorite places in town (restaurants, museums, markets etc). Oh, and you’ll join in on a welcome meal, something traditional and yummy (empanadas, anyone?) so that you can start to taste the local flavor.
Farewell and Re-entry Program
Though you’re not an astronaut returning from space, re-entering your home culture after being abroad can be shocking to the system. We’ll walk you through some of the things to expect, rehash your time abroad so that you can remember the highlights and, yep, we’ll feed you again as part of our farewell to Argentina.
CISabroad Semester in Argentina participants will stay in a homestay during the program.
In the homestay, students will live with a local family as well as other international students. The number of people in the house or apartment varies depending on which homestay is assigned to the student, but all homestays include a private room, wifi access, 5 meals a week and access to the kitchen. The homestays are located 20-30 minutes from the University by public transportation. This is a great way to practice Spanish and experience Argentine culture, but also have other international students around.
- Explore the parks: Buenos Aires is full of beautiful parks. Whether you want a casual stroll or fast paced jog, they are a great place to check out.
- Calle Defensa: This world class Sunday market has every kind of craft you can imagine. There you can enjoy the sound of local musicians, taste the delicious food and be entertained by the street performers.
- Do the Tango: This traditional, passionate dance is what Argentina is known for! Strut your stuff alongside the locals at La Ideal or La Viruta.
- Drink “Mate”: Mate is the Buenos Aires drink of choice. Our favorite way to enjoy it is at a cafe in the historical center with a churro or dulce de leche snack, perhaps at El Rosadal.
More About Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires is the second largest city in Latin America with 14 million people. Visitors call it the “Paris of the South” because it resembles a European city. Here, you'll find tree-lined streets, cafes on every corner, and fantastic shopping. You'll dance the tango and drink yerba mate in this cosmopolitan metropolis that never seems to sleep.
Porteños will love showing you their lifestyle and helping you learn Spanish in their unique accented speech. For a once-in-a-lifetime experience, ask a new friend to bring you to the Superclásico. This is a fútbol match between local rivals Boca Juniors and River Plate. City-wide support is split between the two teams, which means fans get very passionate! Buenos Aires’ fun, vibrant environment is full of activities. You can shop and stroll on Calle Florida or at Plaza Francia. Visit the free Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, the center of Argentine art. Relax or study in the postcard-perfect Plaza de Mayo or walk the cobblestone streets of San Telmo. Finally, you can fall in love with Palermo’s parks.
As a CISabroad summer or semester student in Buenos Aires, you'll be based in Belgrano. The largely residential neighborhood offers tree-lined avenues and tranquil parks. As a result, many upper-class Argentines and expatriates call this area home. Palermo, the largest neighborhood in Buenos Aires, sits between Belgrano and the official downtown area. Therefore, you'll have easy access to everything from sports stadiums to a planetarium, botanical gardens, and parks. Many of the areas within Palermo are considered to be trend setters in Argentinian fashion and art, so prepare to be wowed.
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Program SupportMeet Our Staff
Before, during, and after your study abroad experience, you’ll be supported by the dedicated and passionate CISabroad staff. Our goal is quick responses to your questions before you depart, and even quicker once you’ve arrived on site.
Robust Advising Center
Our team of advisors will help you choose a program, connect with your home university regarding classes and financial aid and get you prepared to apply for your program.
Team of Dedicated Program Coordinators
Your Program Coordinator will assist you in finalizing housing, enrolling in courses, booking flights, obtaining visas, arranging payments, and provide pre-departure orientation.
Experienced On-site Staff
From greeting you at the airport to a robust On-site Orientation to La Vida Local Activities our on-site staff will be there to support you throughout your time on-site.
Our support doesn’t end when your program does. We have alumni programming, webinars, and resources to help you readjust when you’ve returned from your experience.
Your Support Staff
Global Advising Team
Internship Enrollment Advisor
Site Director in Argentina
Summer 2018: Session 1
Application DeadlineMarch 15ArrivalMay 19OrientationMay 20DepartureJuly 14 | August 11PRICE$4,390 - $5,190
Summer 2018: Session 2
Application DeadlineApril 1ArrivalJune 16OrientationJune 17DepartureAugust 11 | September 8PRICE$4,390 - $5,190
Fall 2018: Session 1
Application DeadlineMay 1ArrivalSeptember 1OrientationSeptember 2DepartureOctober 27 | November 24PRICE$4,390 - $5,190
Fall 2018: Session 2
Application DeadlineJune 1ArrivalOctober 6OrientationOctober 7DepartureDecember 1 | December 29PRICE$4,390 - $5,190
Spring 2019: Session 1
Application DeadlineOctober 1ArrivalJanuary 19 (Estimated)OrientationJanuary 20 (Estimated)Classes StartJanuary 21 (Estimated)DepartureMarch 16 | April 13 (Estimated)PRICE$4,290 - $5,190 (Estimated)
Spring 2019: Session 2
Application DeadlineNovember 1ArrivalFebruary 16 (Estimated)OrientationFebruary 17 (Estimated)Classes StartFebruary 18 (Estimated)DepartureApril 13 | May 11 (Estimated)PRICE$4,290 - $5,190 (Estimated)
CISabroad reserves the right to alter fees at any time due to currency fluctuations and/or fee changes made by our partner universities.
As with all study abroad programs, you should count on a few additional expenses.
Program fees are in US dollars and include the following:
- Internship placement and supervision
- Medical and accident insurance
- Pre-departure and onsite orientation
- One Excursion
- Financial aid counseling
- Assistance with travel arrangements
- Airport pickup service
- On-site support
- Career Launch Toolkit
- NYTimes Digital Subscription
- La Vida Local cultural program