The Córdoba Summer Term
Students will discover the culture and history of Córdoba, Argentina during the Córdoba Summer Term by enrolling in courses at Argentina’s oldest university, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba (UNC). During this time, students take an intensive language and culture course, while advanced students may also choose to participate in an internship or service learning opportunity.
As the capital of Córdoba Province and the seat of Argentina’s second largest metropolitan area, the city of Córdoba is a bustling educational and commercial center set at the foothills of the Sierra Chica mountain range in northern Argentina. Córdoba today is recognized as a center for arts and learning in Argentina with its many universities, theaters, and museums.
Photo by Madeline St. John, from Goucher College, of a mural she often passed on Course Information
Students enroll in between 3 to 6 credits. They have the option to choose one 80-hour intensive language course, one or two 45-hour content courses, or an internship or service learning opportunity.
Content courses are offered in subjects such as History, Literature, and Cinema. Click here to view the course catalog, complete with syllabi.
About the University
Because of UNC’s central role in the development of Córdoba, the city is popularly known as la
Docta (the Scholar). Its prestige attracts about 100,000 students from all over Argentina and South America to study at the institution.
By studying at UNC, students have the opportunity to meet Argentine and South American students in the classroom and through daily interaction.
Interested in enhancing your curriculum? Facilitate student engagement while providing an enriching experience with a customized program. We will work with you to design programs that meet your specific academic, cultural, and budgetary objectives.
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Spring Semester and January Term: October 15
Summer and May Terms: April 15
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