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NYU Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires

NYU Buenos Aires is an exceptional and intimate learning community in one of the world’s great cosmopolitan cities. Students visiting the BA site have the opportunity to pursue course work from a range of disciplinary perspectives while enhancing their language skills. The BA curriculum centers around questions of social justice as well as the role of public intellectuals, cultural memory, media and the arts. Classes offered in English and Spanish use Buenos Aires itself as a window onto Latin American culture and the geopolitics of the global south. Daily life at the site is complemented by a robust offering of extra and co-curricular offerings as well as by strategic collaborations forged with local institutions, including art museums, heritage sites, civic and state institutions, faculties of law, medicine and health professions.


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Fast Facts

Academic Calendar: Full year/fall/spring

Faculty: 20+ instructors

Student Body: 80-200 students

Course Language: English and Spanish

Housing: Homestays

Meals: Breakfast and dinner provided by homestay

Currency: Argentine peso

Population of Buenos Aires: 13 million

Official Language: Spanish 



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The following NYU departments are key contributors to the NYU Buenos Aires curriculum. Partnerships indicate departments with a significant curricular stake. Affiliations indicate the offering or development of at least one course.

Partnerships

Faculty of Arts & Science
    Spanish/Portuguese
    Latin American Studies

Gallatin

Law

Nursing

Steinhardt
    Media, Culture and Communication

College of Global Public Health

Affiliations

Faculty of Arts & Science
    Anthropology 
    Art History
    College Core Curriculum
    Creative Writing
    History
    Journalism
    Politics
    Social and Cultural Analysis (Latino and Metropolitan Studies)

Liberal Studies

Steinhardt
    Applied Psychology
    Education Studies

Social Work

Tisch


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