The UCF College of Business Administration has partnered with the Universidad de Belgrano (UB) in Buenos Aires to provide UCF students with opportunities to study abroad in Argentina. This program aims to deepen the students’ understanding of economic and business topics through an innovative academic program in Latin America.
All courses are conducted by Universidad de Belgrano, which is a fully accredited university in Argentina.
Program Structure and Assessment:
Students will study at UB within the framework of their Program in Argentine and Latin American Studies (PALAS) and take such courses as Argentine Economy, Social Economy in Latin America, Economic Integration in Latin America, and International Business in the Southern Zone. This program is ideal for International Business Minors.
For students interested in studying abroad for the whole academic year, there is a possibility to earn a Latin American Studies minor from UCF in addition to the International Business Minor. Contact Holly Bouma below for more details.
All courses must be pre-approved by the the College of Business. You should meet with Holly Bouma, the Associate Director of International Programs at the College of Business, to discuss course options and UCF credit: firstname.lastname@example.org
Housing is arranged by UB staff. Students have the choice of living in home stays or apartments in the city.
UCF GPA: 3.0
Must be a pre-business or business major
Business Common Program Prerequisites complete
Must be in good standing (academic, conduct and financial) with UCF
Must have at least one semester left to graduate, upon returning from your semester abroad