Course Studies in Argentina

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Argentina is an emerging market with great access to international opportunities, world markets and cultural enrichment. Due to the increasing importance of the South American market, courses in Argentina can truly give a competitive edge.

Courses in Argentina are broad and often associated with degree programs, certificate programs or a professional development series. They may be studied online, through distance learning, training agencies or in a traditional classroom setting. Courses in Argentina have options that explore a myriad of topics such as information technology, sociology, business, healthcare administration, investment, economics, social media, and many more. Courses are available for many industries with study options available to meet the needs of most prospective students. Courses in Argentina use teaching methods in innovative ways while allowing for specialized practicums and concentrations.

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The Movement Of Social Solidarity In Argentina And South American Social Problems

Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina
Campus Full time 1 semester February 2018 Argentina Buenos Aires

This course seeks to enhance and deepen the knowledge, first, about the social solidarity action in general, focusing on Argentina mainly and secondly, knowledge of the social problems of the continent from the analysis of social problems and approach solidarity that is carried out in Argentina, including within the context of the South American continental underdevelopment. [+]

Course Studies in Argentina 2017. This course seeks to enhance and deepen the knowledge, first, about the social solidarity action in general, focusing on Argentina mainly and secondly, knowledge of the social problems of the continent from the analysis of social problems and approach solidarity that is carried out in Argentina, including within the context of the South American continental underdevelopment. For this, the course develops: Description; analysis and presentation of the state of contemporary debate on the following topics: government social policies; social action of civil society; social solidarity action. Presentation of the state of South American social problems. Analysis of causes of social underdevelopment of the South American countries and their consequences. Description and analysis of the South American forms of social issues and their derived: Poverty; urban poverty, rural poverty; indigenous social groups; informal work; involuntary migration; discrimination; violence in relation to the social-economic underdevelopment; housing deficit; child malnutrition. Exhibition of a historical overview of South America from the socially and politically from the pre-Hispanic period until today. The course is implemented following two ways: theoretical lectures by the teacher in charge of the course and content temporarily divided into classroom. Classes with outputs for direct contact of the trainees students with the protagonists of the solidarity action and where it is performed, using as a criterion for thematic selection that are the subject of joint action linked to problems where the consequences of characteristic economic underdevelopment in the region have the highest incidence. Teaching: Mr. Oscar... [-]

State And Religion In Latin America

Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina
Campus Full time 1 semester February 2018 Argentina Buenos Aires

Introduction: systems relationship between the political community (state) and religious (churches) Church and State in Latin America during the Spanish period. [+]

THE COURSE Introduction: systems relationship between religious political community (state) and (churches) Church and State in Latin America during the Spanish period. The emergence of nation states in Latin America and its relations with the Church. Evolution. religious freedom and religious pluralism in Latin America. Development and current challenges. The protection of religious freedom in the American system. The course is taught in Spanish, with support projections power point for easier tracking Course Requirements: A basic general culture is required with universal and basic knowledge of American history and interest in social and political issues, which would put the historical processes and understand the basic legal concepts that will be given during the course. TeachingProf. Juan Gregorio Navarro Floria (UCA). [-]

Contemporary Latin American Story

Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina
Campus Full time 1 semester February 2018 Argentina Buenos Aires

The seminar consists of critical reading and thematic and formal analysis of Latin American stories that best represent the diversity of gender in the XIX, XX and XXI centuries. On the one hand, we will explore the story as a literary genre in Latin America through the theory, techniques and production of so-called "masters of the short story" Quiroga, Cortazar, Borges, Rulfo, Donoso and García Márquez [+]

Course Studies in Argentina 2017. Course description: The seminar consists of critical reading and thematic and formal analysis of Latin American stories that best represent the diversity of gender in the XIX, XX and XXI centuries. On the one hand, we will explore the story as a literary genre in Latin America through the theory, techniques and production of so-called "masters of the short story" Quiroga, Cortazar, Borges, Rulfo, Donoso and García Márquez. On the other hand, we analyze the story in direct relation to the literary tradition, social context, the historical moment and specific literature search of each author and movement. We pay special attention, but not exclusively, the writers of the baroque and neo-baroque -Alejo Cuban Carpentier, Jose Lezama Lima, Reinaldo Arenas and Virgilio Piñera for this generation be a turning point in Latin American literature in general. In addition, we will dedicate the last part of the course to the study of short stories written by women Luisa Valenzuela, Cristina Peri Rossi and Zoé Valdés, among others to evaluate the concept of -individual and social identity and multiple masks. The stories will be approached from a historical and social perspective stylistic, aesthetic and structural -aspects theoretical, technical, literary and. In turn, in some specific cases, we adapt the text to the screen in order to open a dialogue between literature and cinema. Objectives: The main objective of this course is to give students the social base, the historical framework and the relevant aesthetic movement for critical reading... [-]

Course in Spanish-American literature

Kulturstudier
Campus Full time 1 semester August 2017 Argentina Buenos Aires

This subject provides an introduction to Spanish-American literature. The course is offered in combination with Spanish to obtain 30 credits. Our partner for this course is Universidad Nacional de San Martin in Buenos Aires. [+]

Course in Spanish-American literature Study location: Buenos Aires, Argentina This subject provides an introduction to Spanish-American literature. The course is offered in combination with Spanish to obtain 30 credits. Our partner for this course is Universidad Nacional de San Martin in Buenos Aires. What will you learn? The course provides an introduction to Spanish-American literature, from modernism to the present. Representative texts from different countries and genres, give the students an overview of main literary trends. This program provides insight into basic literary analysis. You learn to comment on the course literature and will be able to put this in the relevant literature historical context. Combined with Spanish You study Spanish American literature in combination with one of the three Spanish levels below and a course in Argentinian history: Beginner - Spanish 1 and pre-course Intermediate - Spanish 1 Advanced - Spanish 2 More on the possible course combinations In English or in Spanish? Spanish-American Literature is taught both in English and in Spanish. Spanish-American Literature 1 is taught in English and Spanish-American Literature 2 in Spanish. Students and faculty come from many countries. If English is not your native language you will soon experience that your English skills improve rapidly. This will benefit you in future master studies and in your career, where the expectation is that you can perform as good in English as in the native language. The structure of the semester Self-study period: before you travel to Argentina, you have a four week self-study period where... [-]

Course in Spanish in Argentina

Kulturstudier
Campus Full time 1 semester January 2018 Argentina Buenos Aires

In Buenos Aires we offer spanish studies on three levels, from beginners to advanced. In addition to Spanish, you choose one of the following topics; History of philosophy with environmental philosophy, Spanish american literature or Corporate Social Responsibility - CSR. The studies are offered in collaboration with Universidad Nacional de San Martin. [+]

Course Studies in Argentina 2017. Course in Spanish in Argentina Study location: Buenos Aires, Argentina In Buenos Aires we offer spanish studies on three levels, from beginners to advanced. In addition to Spanish, you choose one of the following topics; History of philosophy with environmental philosophy, Spanish american literature or Corporate Social Responsibility - CSR. The studies are offered in collaboration with Universidad Nacional de San Martin. We help you to choose the level of Spanish Beginner - Spanish 1 and pre-course Intermediate - Spanish 1 Advanced - Spanish 2 The Spanish accounts for half of the semester. Additional courses: Spanish makes up half of the semester. You select among the following courses to make a full time semester (30 ECTS credits): Corporate Social Responsibility Spanish American Literature History of Philosophy with environmental philosophy Argentinian history Combinations These are combinations you can choose from: Spanish When you learn Spanish in a Spanish speaking country the course literature and the use of the new language is a part of everyday life. With a little initiative and determination, you learn to speak the language fluently. Seminar Teaching is done in groups of four to six students, organized so that the students can practice the language both orally and in writing. As part of the course you will also visit local organizations. Grammar classes are mainly lectures in Spanish and English. The lecturer is for the moment Norwegian. The most important part of the study is probably the time you spend to get... [-]

Course in History of philosophy with environmental philosophy

Kulturstudier
Campus Full time 1 semester August 2017 Argentina Buenos Aires

In Buenos Aires we offer the History of philosophy with environmental philosophy. In addition, you select one of the following topics; Spanish; Corporate Social Responsibility - CSR. The studies are offered in collaboration with Universidad Nacional de San Martin. [+]

Course in History of philosophy with environmental philosophy Study location: Buenos Aires, Argentina In Buenos Aires we offer the History of philosophy with environmental philosophy. In addition, you select one of the following topics; Spanish; Corporate Social Responsibility - CSR. The studies are offered in collaboration with Universidad Nacional de San Martin. The History of Philosophy with environmental philosophy The History of Philosophy with environmental philosophy in Argentina gives 15 credits. The subject provides students with an introduction to the history of philosophy. During this introduction, it is a pervasive focus on how the philosophy has shaped the perception of the human relationship to nature. Students will get an introduction to selected basic problems in philosophy and research. Central and influential contribution in the history of philosophy are analyzed and discussed. The topic focuses on the precursors to modern society, such as the development of science, scientific recognition and understanding. The overall realization students get, is used to explore how philosophy can work as an actor for change in a time of great challenges related to environmental issues. Important themes Philosophy and History of Science Ethics Philosophy of Science Argumentation Theory The History of Philosophy, is combined with one of the following courses: Spanish CSR - Corporate Social Responsibility Argentinian history Overall you will attain 30 credits Objectives & Learning Outcomes Knowledge The candidate will: have knowledge of key questions related to knowledge and moral practices, as they are answered throughout the history of ideas, and be able to relate... [-]

Course in Corporate Social Responsibility

Kulturstudier
Campus Full time 1 semester August 2017 Argentina Buenos Aires

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a field of research that offers opportunities for companies to improve their business by engaging responsibly with the natural and social environment. Kulturstudier offers three different CSR courses, level 1,2 and 3. You can combine all three in one semester, or mix CSR with studies in Spanish or philosophy. The courses are offered in cooperation with Universidad Nacional de San Martin. [+]

Course Studies in Argentina 2017. Course in Corporate Social Responsibility Study location: Buenos Aires, Argentina Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a field of research that offers opportunities for companies to improve their business by engaging responsibly with the natural and social environment. Kulturstudier offers three different CSR courses, level 1,2 and 3. You can combine all three in one semester, or mix CSR with studies in Spanish or philosophy. The courses are offered in cooperation with Universidad Nacional de San Martin. What is CSR CSR is a business opportunity that allows companies to improve their corporate reputation and to establish, develop and enhance their market share. The concept implies that corporations commit to improve the society and protect the environment, beyond obeying the national and international legal obligations and without detracting from the economic purpose of the enterprise or impairing its competitiveness. The great majority of multinational companies today recognise the public demand for accountability for the social and environmental impact of the company. They can learn to see the economic benefit of extending their scope from short term profit, to long term sustainable growth. CSR training is in high demand. Not least with corporations establishing in countries where the laws of governments do not sufficiently protect nature and people. These courses can enable you to play a part. Three levels CSR 1: Introduction to CSR & Sustainability The programme is designed to provide students with theoretical frameworks for integrating social responsibility as part of a company’s strategic planning and... [-]

American Geopolitics

Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina
Campus Full time 1 semester February 2018 Argentina Buenos Aires

The course will examine the continuity and the changes in U.S. foreign policy toward Latin America and the Caribbean from the Monroe Doctrine to ALCA´s failure. Historically, the region has been of special interest to the U.S. because of its proximity and instability. It is the area in which America’s principles and its power have often collided. [+]

AMERICAN GEOPOLITICS PEL79*S-4 Professor: Mag. Rubén Rodríguez (UCA, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella) Teaching Language: ENGLISH / Idioma: INGLÉS Course Description and Objectives The course will examine the continuity and the changes in U.S. foreign policy toward Latin America and the Caribbean from the Monroe Doctrine to ALCA´s failure. Historically, the region has been of special interest to the U.S. because of its proximity and instability. It is the area in which America’s principles and its power have often collided. We will analyze the evolution of U.S. objectives in Latin America, the means used to pursue those goals, and the process by which decisions connect means with ends. Students will learn how to interpret US current policies towards contemporary challenges, including Cuba, Hugo Chavez and the rise of the new populists. Syllabus Brief Historical Chronology. The Revolutionary War and the Consolidation of Independence, 1776-1800. George Washington and Isolationism. Expansion and Preservation. 1801-1865. 1823. Monroe Doctrine. Andrew Jackson. West Expansion. Texas and Mexican American War. Manifest Destiny. Global Emergence, 1865-1919. Lincoln and the Civil War. 1860-1900 Cycle. Imperialism. Theodore Roosevelt, Alfred Mahan and the Hispanic-American War 1898. Gunboat diplomacy. Big Stick Diplomacy. Cuba and the Platt Amendment. The Protectorate. Panama Secession 1903 and Roosevelt Corollary. Wilson and The League of Nations 1919. The “Era of the Good Neighbor” Policy. 1928-1950. Hoover and the 1928 Tour. F.D.Roosevelt and the protocole of non- intervention. “Re-discovering” Latin America. Movies and Fashion. The Cold War. 1945-1989. The Truman Doctrine and Marshall Plan. 1947. The URSS Menace.... [-]

Intercultural Communication

Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina
Campus Full time 1 semester February 2018 Argentina Buenos Aires

The goal of this course is for students to learn the general principles and theories of intercultural communication while interacting and building relationships with individuals from other countries. The first unit focuses on the role that participation in interpersonal communication activities with Argentines and local mass media consumption play in the cross-cultural adaptation process. [+]

Course Studies in Argentina 2017. INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION PEL73*S-4 Professor: Lic. Antonella Giacchetti Teaching Language: ENGLISH / Idioma: INGLES The goal of this course is for students to learn the general principles and theories of intercultural communication while interacting and building relationships with individuals from other countries. The first unit focuses on the role that participation in interpersonal communication activities with Argentines and local mass media consumption play in the cross-cultural adaptation process. The second unit introduces students to the basic principles of verbal and non-verbal communication focusing on Latin American and Argentine communication patterns. The third unit introduces theories and research comparing and contrasting cultural values that influence communication behaviors in student’s home countries and in Latin America. This course gives students the opportunity to reflect on their own culture and experiences, to ask questions, discuss, interact with individuals from other cultures, and better understand the roots of cultural similarities and differences. In addition, this course helps students develop awareness of how cultural identity influences communication, engages interaction with the host culture, and prepares students to become more effective intercultural communicators. The ultimate goal is to realize the importance of individuating each intercultural experience and to reduce the use of inaccurate stereotypes. In this course students will: Apply intercultural communication theories and research findings to their own cross-cultural experience Acquire skills to be more effective in intercultural communication contexts Assess the cross-cultural adaptation and intercultural communication effectiveness of others Recognize the influence that mass media has on the cross-cultural adaptation... [-]

General English Program

Bridge Education Group
Campus Full time Open Enrollment Argentina Buenos Aires

As a student in our General English Program, you’ll focus on interactive, conversational English rather than teacher lectures. Your teachers will limit themselves to speaking no more than one-third of the class time in order to encourage you and your classmates to converse in English. [+]

General English Program Learn practical English skills while experiencing life in the United States. Purpose and Goals As a student in our General English Program, you’ll focus on interactive, conversational English rather than teacher lectures. Your teachers will limit themselves to speaking no more than one-third of the class time in order to encourage you and your classmates to converse in English. The interactive lessons clarify grammar usage, introduce new vocabulary and hone your reading strategies, always with an emphasis on spoken communication. You will develop your verbal English skills as quickly and effectively as possible. Program Overview With our General English program: Students of all levels are welcome. Courses can begin any Monday. Home-stay and hotel lodgings available. Flexible duration, you choose how many weeks to study. 4 course options to find the right fit for you. Location Our General English program is offered at two locations: Denver, Colorado and Purchase, New York. Our state of the art language center in Denver is located in the heart of the city, within walking distance to many shops, restaurants and attractions. Located at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, Denver is a beautiful and appealing location to learn English. With world-class museums, shopping, and dining and easy access to outdoor adventures like skiing and hiking, Denver keeps its visitors very busy.  Our New York language center is located on-campus at Manhattanville College, just 20 minutes from New York City! You can enjoy all the attractions of the Big Apple on the... [-]

BridgeTEFL

Bridge Education Group
Campus Full time Open Enrollment Argentina Buenos Aires

BridgeTEFL is the teacher training division of Bridge and the largest provider of TEFL/TESOL courses in the United States. With almost 30 years of experience training teachers and teaching languages around the world, we consider ourselves true experts in the industry. [+]

Course Studies in Argentina 2017. BridgeTEFL About BridgeTEFL Delivering Excellence in Language and Education Abroad! BridgeTEFL is the teacher training division of Bridge and the largest provider of TEFL/TESOL courses in the United States. With almost 30 years of experience training teachers and teaching languages around the world, we consider ourselves true experts in the industry. Our staff has taught English in all corners of the globe, and they are excited to share this experience with you to ensure that your teacher training at Bridge is nothing short of exceptional. Excellence is one of our core values and we pride ourselves on providing one of the best TEFL training courses available. Our flagship TEFL/TESOL courses, the Bridge IDELT and the IDELT Online, are recognized for college credit, a testament to their academic rigor. BRIDGE® centers around the world specialize in language instruction, which means we are uniquely qualified to offer employment to exceptional TEFL trainees. This also means we have experience working with students and we pass this knowledge on to you as a future teacher. BridgeTEFL is a division of Bridge. Established in 1986, Bridge is comprised of a diverse group of cultures and nationalities. Our language centers are located in Denver, CO, USA; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo, Brazil; and Santiago, Chile. Our common goals motivate and inspire us in what we do every day. Our Mission: “To transform lives and organizations by delivering excellence in language and education abroad.” Our Purpose: “To be... [-]

Bridge Business English Institute

Bridge Education Group
Campus Full time September 2017 Argentina Buenos Aires

BridgeEnglish® Centers offer General English, Business English and Academic English at four centers located in the United States, Argentina and Chile. [+]

Program Overview If you want to succeed in the global marketplace, you need a solid foundation of English skills. As a student in our Business English program, you’ll focus on conversational English used in a business context, learning to communicate effectively in no time. Student Profile Our Business English students range in age from their early 20s to 50+. They are all business professionals who need to improve their English language skills for work purposes, representing a diverse range of backgrounds and nationalities. Job sectors represented include accounting, management, human resources, engineering, and finance. Some students are senior employees of multinational companies while others are entrepreneurs and small business owners. Program Requirements We offer the Business English Program to our more advanced English language students. Your English proficiency should be Level 4 or above to take the course. Executive Enrichment Program For true success in learning any language, you need to practice outside of the classroom. The Bridge Executive Enrichment Program places you in real-world situations where you can apply relevant vocabulary and newly acquired language skills. We’ve partnered with prestigious local institutions to offer workshops, lectures, and networking opportunities. Courses Small Group Business English Get plenty of speaking practice in our small group classes. Course highlights: Small groups (maximum of 6 students) 21 hours of classroom instruction per week Business English Combo Course Enhance your group class with private tutoring. Course highlights: Small groups (maximum of 6 students) 21 hours of classroom instruction per week 15 hours of private... [-]

BridgePathways - Academic English Pathways

Bridge Education Group
Campus Full time September 2017 Argentina Buenos Aires

The BridgePathways Academic English program is a comprehensive, in-depth course designed to help you succeed in the U.S. university classroom. [+]

Course Studies in Argentina 2017. BridgePathways - Academic English Pathways The BridgePathways Academic English program is a comprehensive, in-depth course designed to help you succeed in the U.S. university classroom. This program is offered at 9 locations, 8 of which are on university campuses. Top 3 reasons to choose Bridge: On-Campus: Our Academic English Program is available on-campus for degree-seeking students, so you can quickly immerse yourself in campus life. We have 8 U.S. university partners in 7 different states: Capital University in Ohio; Colorado Mesa University in Colorado; Concordia University, St. Paul in Minnesota; Husson University in Maine; Manhattanville College in New York; Metropolitan State University of Denver in Colorado; Philadelphia University in Pennsylvania; and Western New England University in Massachusetts. Conditional Admission: Degree-seeking students can qualify for conditional admission to our university partners, which is acceptance based on the completion of an Academic English Program. Our university partners also offer TOEFL and IELTS waivers to students who successfully complete the Academic English program. Comprehensive Support: Our multi-lingual staff are experts at supporting international students and have been providing guidance for more than 25 years. From our first call to your graduation, Bridge will be with you every step of the way. Our Program Advisors will take the time to understand your needs and provide personalized advice.
 ACADEMIC READINESS As a student in our BridgePathways Academic English program, you'll acquire the necessary English language skills to succeed in an academic environment. Our curriculum is designed to help you develop... [-]

Latin American Studies Program (pel)

Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina
Campus Full time February 2018 Argentina Buenos Aires

The PEL is an initiative of the Department of International Relations and Academic Cooperation of our University designed to address the Latin American reality from different disciplines. [+]

The PEL is an initiative of the Department of International Relations and Academic Cooperation of our University designed to address the Latin American reality from different disciplines. This program aims to provide the knowledge of one's own problems of our region, beyond the issues of Argentina, opening the eyes of those strokes of culture, history, economics, the arts and politics that are fundamental parts of our identity . Within the varied academic offerings proposed by the Faculties of the UCA, you'll find the PEL a unique opportunity to enjoy an academic experience that will bring you to specific topics that you will not find anywhere else in the world. Designed for international students, these courses are also open extension- like all students of our University. While they receive during Orientation Week information directly from teachers in charge of each course, we give them the ability to access the Content Guide Minimum where you will find the list of all the materials that make up the PEL with a brief description of each uca. The courses offered are similar workload and are convertible to credits within the framework of academic exchange. The academic offerings of the program has courses taught in Spanish and / or English. To pass PEL courses you must meet the same requirements as for any material of the UCA: Attend at least 75% of classes. Approve midterms and other assessments to establish the teacher in each case. Passing the exam or final work which may be oral... [-]

Art, Architecture And Identity In Latin America

Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina
Campus Full time 1 semester February 2018 Argentina Buenos Aires

Spiritual geography of America exhibits a rich and deep, extraordinary density both for the variety of its original components as the results of their merger. That is why, if I had to highlight just one among the many features of such a profile it should be undoubtedly miscegenation: [+]

Course Studies in Argentina 2017. THE COURSE Spiritual geography of America exhibits a rich and deep, extraordinary density both for the variety of its original components as the results of their merger. That is why, if I had to highlight just one among the many features of such a profile it should be undoubtedly miscegenation: mixture of races, languages, mythologies; mixing of religions, philosophies, political systems, economic practices, social orders; mix of scientific and esoteric knowledge, technologies, gastronomy, arts and letters, architectures. Miscegenation of cultures. This is an introductory course in art and architecture, especially designed for students from other academic areas so it is not necessary to have previous knowledge on the subject. In each class will try to learn to "read" the works and to understand through analysis behind what we see: how the work was generated, in that context was thought, what ideas represents, what is the personal story of its author and much more. We will have a weekly 3-hour class is divided into two parts (with a coffee break of 15 minutes). During the semester we will make two visits to museums, between the hours of class. The evaluation system is structured in two midterms (multiple choice) and a final test that students undertake in the last two weeks of the course. PROGRAM 1. Pre-Columbian Mesoamerican cultures: Olmec, Teotihuacan, Zapotec, Mixtec, Maya, Toltec, Aztec. 2. Pre-Columbian Cultures in America Andina: Chavin, Nazca, Paracas, Tiahuanaco, Mochica, Chimu, Inca. 3. Colonial period: the Mexican Baroque (Mexico, Puebla,... [-]