Hyde Center for Global Education

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Whether it is through dancing the Tango, or visiting a local ranch with real gauchos, students truly feel a part of the lively and welcoming Argentinean culture.
This program includes daily Spanish classes, Argentinean history classes, and weekly excursions throughout Buenos Aires. Travel opportunities within Argentina have in the past included a trip to either the Foz de Iguazu, Bariloche, Cordoba, Calafate, Mendoza or Salta. Participants are expected to have a basic knowledge of Spanish. Students receive academic credit for this seminar.

List of 5 items.

  • Program Dates

    Estimated 2017 dates are June 10 - July 7. Final dates are determined at the time of ticket purchase.
  • Eligibility & Application Process

    Students are eligible to travel if completing their sophomore or junior year.  Interested freshmen and/or seniors must contact the Director of the Hyde Center to inquire about program participation. 

    Applications will be available in the beginning of September and will be accepted on a rolling basis until the program is filled. A maximum of 10 students will be accepted to the Buenos Aires Summer Seminar. A non-refundable deposit of $500 is required one week after acceptance to confirm participation.
  • Academic Credit

    This program will offer .5 credit that will be officially listed on the student’s transcript and will be used when factoring a student’s cumulative GPA. Please note that the credit offered does not replace any required classes at BC High.
  • Program Costs

    The estimated 2017 cost is currently set at $3350 - Cost includes tuition, board, meals, travel within Argentina, and entrance fees. Expenses that are not included are: round-trip air travel, personal items, and services such as passport fees, phone calls, and personal spending money. (Final cost is determined by participation.) Financial aid is available through the application process.
  • The Host Family Experience

    Because cultural immersion is such an important part of our exchange program, and in an effort to keep our cost reasonable, our students stay with host families during this exchange program. BC High students who host an exchange student in their home and participate in an international seminar have the most fulfilling experience. For this reason, it is the expectation of all students who hope to travel abroad to serve as a host family. Whenever possible, a BC High student will stay with the family of the student who may have previously stayed in his home. Students from Buenos Aires typically arrive in mid-January and stay for 4 weeks.

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At A Glance

School Name: Colegio del Salvador

School Type: All-boys Jesuit School

Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina

Year Program Established: 2008

Program Theme: Academic Exchange

Length of Stay: Approximately four weeks

Group size: 10 - 14 students 

Language Requirements: Enrolled in Spanish