Programs : Brochure
- Locations: Buenos Aires, Argentina
- Program Terms: Academic Year, Calendar Year, Fall, Spring
- Homepage: Click to visit
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UTDT is an important and well-known small private university and an economic think-tank that was founded in 1958. UTDT offers courses in history, political science, economics and international studies. UTDT is located in an upper class neighborhood, Belgrano, which is about 30 minutes from the center of Buenos Aires.
With a population of over 10 million, Buenos Aires is often referred to as the "Paris" of South America. The city offers students endless attractions and entertainment with many sights of historic and contemporary significance. As the capital city, there are many opportunities to travel to other locations in Argentina as well as South America. More information is available in the online International Student Handbook.
For more information about Buenos Aires, click here http://www.geographia.com/argentina/buenosaires/Index.htm.
Students must be in good academic and disciplinary standing with the university to study abroad. When reviewing applications for approval, disciplinary records will be taken into consideration and students must be cleared by the Dean’s office to study abroad. Students on conduct probation will not be able to study abroad if they are on conduct probation that does not expire prior to the start date of the semester abroad program.
Non LALIS majors and minors
Students are required to attend a pre-semester Spanish course specifically designed for visiting exchange students to UTDT. This pre-semester course does not carry academic credit, but is essential preparation for coursework at UTDT and for adaptation to Buenos Aires.
Courses are taught in Spanish and are on the semester system. A full-load at UTDT is three to four classes depending on the credit conversion below. Students will earn transfer credit for courses for which a grade of "C" or better was earned.
To find course offerings and descriptions, students should link on the following web site
60 hours=1.2 units
68 hours =1.3 units
102 hours =2 units
UTDT's grade scale corresponds directly to Richmond's A-F scale.
UTDT does not own or operate campus housing. Argentine students typically live at home or in privately owned resident halls or flats. EnjoyBA is a company specializing in international student housing that Richmond has worked with for several years. Richmond students are required to live in homestays and have been very happy with the host families they have lived with through EnjoyBA in years past.
Click UTDT fall 17 to see dates and cost information for UTDT.
U.S. citizens: semester and year long students will enter Argentina on a tourist visa and then apply for the student visa once they get to Argentina.
The government of Argentina used to charge a reciprocity fee for all U.S. citizens entering Argentina. However, this fee has been revoked for U.S. citizens. For any future updates regarding reciprocity fees, please refer to http://www.embassyofargentina.us/en/consular-section/reciprocity-fee-for-us-citizens.html
Non-U.S. citizens may need to obtain a student visa in the U.S. or in their home country. Contact the Argentine consulate in the U.S. or in your home country for more information.
For more information
Please see Patrick Schweiger, Office of International Education.
Robins School students are required to attend a study abroad information session specific to business majors. Sessions are conducted by Ms. Fae Bell firstname.lastname@example.org. Students should check the International Business web page, Spider Bytes, and the TV monitors in the business school for dates, times, and locations for study abroad information sessions for business majors.
Though not required, students wishing to meet with Dr. Thomas Cossé, Associate Dean for International Business, should contact Ms. Bell email@example.com or Mrs. Kim Duren firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment with Dr. Cossé.
This document represents the most accurate information available at the time of publication. Statements contained herein are not contractual obligations, and verbal or other representations that are inconsistent with or not contained within the document are not binding. The University of Richmond reserves the right to change without specific notice programs and the conditions under which they are offered.