Program Overview

Intern in the international and vibrant city of Buenos Aires. Gain hands-on experience in the field of your choice, all while you learn Spanish in a full immersion experience. 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. Add our Jewish Immersion Program, which offers support, cultural activities, and connections with the local Jewish community – the sixth-largest in the world.

GPA Requirement
Application Deadlines
Summer - Session 1: March 1
Summer - Session 2: April 1
Fall - Session 1: May 1
Fall - Session 2: June 1
Spring - Session 1: October 1
Spring - Session 2: November 1
Avg Course Load
Optional: 3-12 US credits
Language(s) of Instruction
English and Spanish
  • 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 on-site 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 friendly Global Advisor to ask questions and find the best fit program. Start planning for on campus processes, and apply by the application deadline.
  • Meet your Program Enrollment Coordinator to finalize acceptance paperwork, housing, courses, flights, visas, and payments. Attend one our our LIVE pre-departure orientations.
  • Fly away! You'll be greeted at the airport (comforting after a long flight!) and experience a robust On-site Orientation and La Vida Local Curriculum with your Site Director.

Internship Placement

Below are a few sample business and economics internship placements undertaken by past participants.
There are many more possibilities, as each placement is customized.
Contact an advisor to learn more!

Business Development Intern with e-Learning Company
This is a large organization that works around the world delivering cutting-edge e-learning opportunities to people and businesses. As the organization grows, you could join one of several teams: product development and design, app and software development, or business management and development. Many possibilities await you.
Business Administration Intern at Social Enterprise
This organization is a great place for a first job experience, where you'll learn about teamwork in a multicultural environment while exploring Buenos Aires. Your role could include analyzing business certification evaluation processes and identifying the gaps in the organization's capacity to achieve that certification. A large amount of competitor analysis will be involved in this startup work.
Marketing Intern at Workforce Training Company
Whatever the business challenge, this organization partners with clients every step of the way to find the learning technology or solution that fits best—and gets results. You'll study how the inbound marketing process works in other world regions. Adapting that process to the Latin American environment, you'll assist in the planning of a business strategy.
Earn credit 

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 →

Program Excursions

While participating on a CISabroad program, you'll be able to take part in built-in day trips at no additional cost. These trips are subject to change from term to term; listed below are excursions that have run in the past.

Plaza de Mayo

The city centre of Buenos Aires, Plaza de Mayo has been the scene of the most momentous events in Argentine history, as well as the largest popular demonstrations in the country. On the occasion of the one-year anniversary of the May Revolution in 1811, the Pirámide de Mayo (English: May Pyramid) was inaugurated in the square’s hub, becoming Buenos Aires’ first national monument. It hosts the government house, the Buenos Aires Cathedral and the Cabildo, the site of Spain’s administration back in colonial times.

Puerto Madero

The newest neighborhood in Buenos Aires, Puerto Madero hosts a beautiful waterfront, 5 star hotels, an ecological reserve and contemporary architecture. We walk from Plaza de Mayo down to the river – a great place to enjoy a Mate picnic! The most emblematic point for a picture is the Women’s Bridge, a stunning feat of engineering as well as a work of art. Its design resembles a hook or a tooth of some sort, but actually, the architect Santiago Calatrava designed the bridge to look like a couple dancing the tango. The bridge is pedestrian only, and rotates a full 90 degrees to allow ships to pass by.


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.

Your Support Staff

Global Advising Team

Travel Tip: We love what we do and want to talk to you! The Global Advising Center is here to help you decide on a program, and complete the Online Application. From the moment you first hear from us be it through a phone call, email or personal visit, you will find that our passion for international education is contagious. We’re ready to launch you abroad.

Jessica Aharon
Internship Enrollment Coordinator - Internships

Travel Tip: Leave everything you think you know about traveling, the country, culture, or people, behind you! You’ll most likely be surprised, so discover everything as new. Take public transportation and make friends with locals- they will show you the best places and usually hook you up. Most of all, stay present and enjoy! 🙂

Learn more about Jessica

Joan Perreault
International Operations Manager - Spain and Latin America

Travel Tip: Drink coffee the local way. Dine with a host family. Eat some recommended street food. Drink fresh juice from local fruits. Find that hole-in-the-wall restaurant that will probably serve the best meal of your time abroad (and it will likely cost less too!). Food and drink can be an excellent inroad to getting to know another culture.

Learn more about Joan

Program Fees & Dates

Advisor Tip: Please WAIT to book flights until you have received confirmed dates in your acceptance paperwork. Dates posted here are subject to change.

  • Summer 2020: Session 1
    Application Deadline
    March 1
    May 23
    July 18 | August 15
    $4,590 - $5,390
    8 week internship: $4,590 12 week internship: $5,390
  • Summer 2020: Session 2
    Application Deadline
    April 1
    June 19
    August 15 | September 12
    $4,590 - $5,390
    8 week internship: $4,590 12 week internship: $5,390
  • Fall 2020: Session 1
    Application Deadline
    May 1
    August 22 (Estimated)
    October 10 | November 7 (Estimated)
    $4,590 - $5,390
    8 week internship: $4,590 12 week internship: $5,390
  • Fall 2020: Session 2
    Application Deadline
    June 1
    October 13 (Estimated)
    December 8 (Estimated)
    8 week internship: $4,590 12 week internship: $5,390
  • Spring 2021: Session 1
    Application Deadline
    October 1
    February 1 (Estimated)
    March 27 | April 24 (Estimated)
    $4,790 - $5,690 (Estimated)
    8 week internship: $4,790 12 week internship: $5,690
  • Spring 2021: Session 2
    Application Deadline
    November 1
    March 5 (Estimated)
    May 1 | May 29 (Estimated)
    $4,790 - $5,690 (Estimated)
    8 week internship: $4,790 12 week internship: $5,690

CIS Abroad reserves the right to alter fees at any time due to currency fluctuations and/or fee changes made by our partner universities.


Intensive Spanish language (non-credit bearing). Please ask your advisor for details.


We aim to give Jewish students who respect kosher and shabbat the opportunity of participating in a study or intern abroad program, assuring that they will be able to maintain their religious traditions. Plus, Argentina is home to around 250,000 Jews, making it the sixth largest Jewish community in the world, and the biggest in Latin America.

For a $500 add-on to any of our Argentina programs, we will provide:

  • Homestay accommodation with Jewish families, matching each student with a family with a similar level of observance and customs.
  • Jewish advisor who will come to the orientation and deliver a storytelling about the local community, Jewish tips and a Jewish map. Plus a weekly newsletter with activities within the community.
  • 2 placements for shabbat or holiday dinners
  • Optional services: Jewish city tour; Kosher lunch boxes

1. Standard application process
2. Tell your CIS Abroad coordinator that you want the Jewish Program Add-On
3. Fill in the Jewish Program Form
4. Wait for confirmations!

Program Inclusions

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
  • Housing
  • 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
  • La Vida Local cultural program