Universidad de Belgrano, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Founded in 1964, Universidad de Belgrano is one of the oldest private universities in Argentina. Today, Belgrano offers 32 professional degree programs in 10 academic units: School of Agricultural Sciences; School of Architecture & Urbanism; School of Economic Sciences; School of Engineering; School of Exact and Natural Sciences; School of Health Sciences; School of Humanities; School of Information Technology; School of Languages & Foreign Studies; and School of Law & Social Sciences. At the graduate level, it offers 20 degree programs in 6 academic units: Architecture, Business, Humanities, Languages, Law and Social Sciences.
Why study at Belgrano?
- Programa de Estudios Argentinos y Latinoamericanos (PEAL) is taught in Spanish. The Programme in Argentine and Latin American Studies (PALAS) is taught in English. Both programmes offer courses that are transferable to U.S and European Credit System (ECTS). Full-time students take a minimum of four courses and a maximum of six. Students can combine courses from three programs (e.g. select courses from PEAL, PALAS and those who have an advanced level of Spanish are eligible to take courses offered by all Schools at UB (Architecture, Humanities, Law, Business Administration, etc.).Besides PALAS and PEAL, students applying for a semester abroad can choose courses offered within the regular curricula of UB, taught in Spanish.
- The campus, located in one of the most relaxing and distinguished residential areas of metropolitan Buenos Aires, is just a few minutes from downtown. Its modern facilities are equipped with computer labs and well-maintained libraries.The university has superb classrooms, libraries, cafeterias, most of them under one roof in a 20-storey modern building.
- The school offers a variety of cultural, artistic and athletic activities to complement the academic program.
- Belgrano has 142 academic cooperation agreements with universities worldwide and is the founder of the Latin American Network for Academic Cooperation and the Columbus Project for cooperation between institutions of higher education from Latin America and Europe.