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Featured Courses

Cinema in Latin America

A survey of anticolonialist cinema with special emphasis on Latin America.  This course takes a brief look at African cinema and then look closely at Latin American cinema, with films from Argentina, Chile, Brazil and Cuba.

Intensive Spanish for Advanced Beginners

Complete a years worth of Spanish in this one semester intensive course.

Global Media Seminar: Latin America

This course proposes a historical and cultural approach to the development of the popular press, cinema, radio, television and the contemporary processes of the new media.

 

At NYU Buenos Aires, students have the incomparable opportunity to experience the culture of Argentina firsthand with access to some of the country's most influential politicians, top journalists, distinguished musicians, and accomplished scholars. The curriculum offers Spanish language courses and content courses that explore the history, culture, and economy of Latin America. Most language courses are taught intensively and are the equivalent of one year of elementary or intermediate Spanish. Language courses are offered at all levels of proficiency from beginner to advanced, and are conducted every morning at the NYU academic center. Content courses are taught in both English and Spanish.

NYU's administrative staff and faculty in Buenos Aires will help you find your way around the city, as well as serve as your academic advisers. In a city as politically and artistically stimulating as Buenos Aires, you are bound to have a lively and enriching academic experience. It is easy to fall in love with the city's warm and inviting way of life- there's no doubt that you will have an unforgettable cultural adventure.


Academic Facilities

Located in the Barrio Norte area of the affluent Recoleta neighborhood, the NYU academic center is a 15-minute walk from student apartments and only a block from the Avenida Santa Fé, where you will find many shops, restaurants, and banks. The Buenos Aires subway system, El Subte, is easy to use, and the closest station is a few short blocks away. The center is housed in an architecturally stunning, Tudor-style building that was most recently home to the Angolan embassy.

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Upcoming Application Deadlines

Spring Semester

Priority: September 15

Regular: October 15

Applications received after October 15 will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Admission will be granted only when space is available and time allows for required travel documents to be attained.   

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