As with any new location, citizens of a certain area are known for their positive and negative stereotypes. Meet the CEA Buenos Aires Staff and learn what they have to say...

Meat, meat, and more meat! If you’re ever invited to an asado in Argentina, arrive with an empty stomach and wear a pair of loose fitting pants. The closest equivalent to an...

My name is Pranav Raj and I am a student at the University of Michigan, studying Business and Spanish. I chose to study abroad this semester in Buenos Aires, Argentina to...

Some CEA Study Abroad programs give students the chance to enroll in an Early Start option. These programs typically occur two weeks before the initial program start date of your semester...

Students studying abroad during their spring semester have to take advantage of the Carnaval celebrations. Celebrated throughout some parts of South America and Europe, Carnaval is a pre-Lent celebration that encourages individuals...

Get to know the CEA Buenos Aires Center. The center is located on the second floor of the Asociación Argentina de Cultura Inglesa, a school offering English courses to Argentine citizens of...

Porteños seem to be some of the most welcoming people in the world. Whether I need directions or I want an excuse to practice Spanish, Argentinians are always willing to help. A prime...

In Buenos Aires, Argentina, students can choose to homestay with a local host family or live in apartments. Some fall 2017 CEA students give the reasons why they chose to homestay,...

Buenos Aires was the birthplace of Argentine Tango, and experiencing the dance is an essential part of any visitor’s experience in the city. You could do this through seeing a tango...

As a Sociology major studying in Buenos Aires, I have been observing and learning the cultural norms here, specifically in comparison to the norms in the United States. Understanding the people,...