Universidad Católica de Córdoba is a private Jesuit university located in the City of Córdoba, Argentina. The university aspires to be an institution that affects the construction of a better social order by training students and graduates to be competent and committed to learning knowledge throughout their education at the university with relevant course work inspired by Jesuit ideals of consistently exceeding the levels of demand.
Students are required to have completed a minimum of five semesters of university-level Spanish courses, or its equivalent, prior to the exchange. At SDSU that means that you are at least ready to start at class level for SPAN 301 - Advanced Conversation & Reading. If this minimum knowledge of the language cannot be proven, but UCC estimates it can be obtained through our pre-session Spanish intensive course, the students' acceptance into the exchange program will depend on their registering for this course offered in February and July.
Semester 1 (SDSU Spring Semester): Early March - Late July
Semester 2 (SDSU Fall Semester): Late July - Late December
Note: Classes of the freshman year courses from different academic units may be extended one week after the end of first semester and one week before the beginning of second semester.
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To find out more about careers and courses, go to the Careers & Courses
section of their web page.
Housing and Meals
UCC does not have its own dormitories or residences for exchange students. However, the Área de Intercambio Académico (AIA) has a housing database from which students might choose where they would like to live during their stay in Córdoba.
Students must communicate their reservation to the AIA email@example.com
at least one month before the official arrival date.
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All SDSU students will be automatically enrolled in the appropriate international health insurance for their study abroad term. The insurance charge will appear on your student account services billing shortly before departure. Students will receive more detailed instructions regarding insurance before departure.
U.S. citizens must acquire a student visa to study in Argentina. Please refer to the Consulate of Argentina website
for more information about what is required to obtain that student visa. An Offer Letter from UCC must be obtained in order to apply for the visa.
For more information about entry/exit requirements for your host country, visit the U.S. Department of State