Known as the “Paris of the South”, Buenos Aires provides the perfect setting for interns who are looking for that European feel, but wish to live and intern in South America. After the economic crisis of 2001, Argentina’s economy slowly began to rise. Argentina’s economy paired with its vibrant culture gives interns a unique glimpse into their field of interest. Interns can expect to work side by side with local colleagues, receive direction from a manager or staff member, and behave just as one would in a real job. On weekends or after work hours, interns engage in a host of activities depending on each participant’s tastes. Interns share meals with new friends or host family members, take in cultural events, explore the city, or even take day or weekend trips outside of the area. World Endeavors provides a list of possible activities in the area and the World Endeavors local coordinator can also function as an ever present guide and ambassador to the area.
Ranked as one of the top universities in Latin America, Universidad Austral provides diverse courses, academically challenging curriculum and extracurricular activities for international students and Argentines alike. With courses taught in both English and Spanish, students have the option to take courses that not only fit their career goals, but also their language preference. In addition, the campus is home to eight institutes dedicated to various academic studies, which provides opportunities for virtually any major. The University’s campus in Buenos Aires is the perfect opportunity for international students to explore Argentine culture. Known as the “Paris of the South”, Buenos Aires offers students an affordable and rewarding alternative to studying abroad in Europe. Students enjoy week nights out tango dancing, watching fútbol or visiting museums in central Buenos Aires, while weekends are ideal for planning adventurous excursions to the countryside that include hiking, trekking, swimming, camping and skiing.
Germany is home to one of the best educational systems in the world, but the classroom isn’t the only place students will gain knowledge. Wandering the streets of Berlin is like turning the pages of a history book. Eclectic architecture, thought-provoking monuments, and fascinating museums can be found throughout Berlin. Travel outside the modern, metropolitan city and you will find beautiful, cobblestoned towns and fairytale castles in picturesque settings. There is truly something for everyone here. Students will find that traveling to Germany is the absolute best way to become immersed in the language. Studying here is a great chance to experience the culture and learn what it is like to live as a local.