Liberal Arts & Social Sciences, Latin American & Integrated Studies, International Business...the list goes on. You read the program titles on the programs page of CEA's Buenos Aires options, but they don't mean much to you. Sure, they give you a taste of the type of courses offered per program, but you crave to sample the juicy meat behind the outward facing skin - you want a student rundown of the experience.
Well, in the somewhat-tweaked words of our British friends The Beatles, we'll get you by with a little help from our friends. Thanks to Abroad101.com, CEA Buenos Aires alumni have a platform with which to share their personal experiences with all future CEA adventurers. What do the surveys say? With an average of 4 out of 5 stars overall for our Buenos Aires programs, the surveys burst with rays of study abroad sunshine.
Below, we've compiled a list of quotes from our reviews on Abroad101.com for your viewing pleasure. Discover why CEA programs in Buenos Aires, Argentina earn an A+ on their study abroad program report card.
"Wow. My study abroad experience was more than worthwhile. If I could do it again, I definitely would...It was great living in a country where everyone talks about sports and politics interchangeably. I was able to see so many different view points about national and international politics." - Caroline Atwood
"My study abroad experience was absolutely worthwhile. I gained so much self-reliance. I really learned how to manage difficult situations on my own and made some amazing, lifelong friends." - Adrielle Edwards
"The program coordinators in Buenos Aires were all extremely helpful and personable. I still email them from time to time for help with things related to my experience in Argentina." -Alexa Verink
"I was in an intensive Spanish language class and our professor, Mage, was amazing. She was always willing to help out and made the 'awkward phase' of learning language fun." -Griffin Sandberg
"I went on a few trips to Iguazu, Mendoza, Cordoba, Uruguay and Mar del Plata and loved every one of them." -Tara Amiri
"I don't think you can find bad tasting food in Argentina!" - Melissa Jebril
"My experience was that CEA staff were always friendly and happy to answer any questions I had about anything at all." - Kim (last name not listed)
Want to read more? Check out full Buenos Aires program reviews on Abroad101.com!