Study abroad on a Harvard-affiliated program that enrolls you directly in regular university courses at the Universidad de Buenos Aires, the Universidad Torcuato di Tella, the Universidad de San Andrés, and the Universidad Nacional de las Artes along with regularly enrolled Argentine university students. The Consortium for Advanced Studies Abroad - Buenos Aires (CASA Buenos Aires) program, administered by Harvard, allows undergraduate students from Consortium schools (Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Johns Hopkins, Northwestern, U. of Pennsylvania, and Vanderbilt) with advanced Spanish language proficiency to study alongside Argentine and international students, while living with an Argentine host family. At the CASA Buenos Aires Center, a Proseminar course is taught to support and enhance the students’ coursework at the Argentine universities.
Through participating in the CASA Buenos Aires program, you will have the opportunity to improve your fluency in Spanish. The program is delivered in Spanish, therefore students must have taken at least five semesters of college level Spanish, or equivalent.
For more information on this program, consult the CASA Buenos Aires program webpage.
Prerequisites: Five semesters of college-level Spanish or the equivalent proficiency; minimum gpa of 3.0
To Apply: Submit the CASA Buenos Aires Program Application with all supplemental materials to the Office of International Education by the appropriate deadline. After the application deadline the OIE will contact you to schedule a Spanish language assessment interview at the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures.
The CASA Buenos Aires Program has its own Harvard application due by the following deadlines:
Program Application Materials:
- The CASA - Buenos Aires Program Application
- Statement of Purpose
- Letter of recommendation from an FAS faculty member (sealed)
- Copy of Harvard Student Record
Remember to Apply for Transfer Credit: