Just a reminder: the deadline for priority consideration of applications for the Argentina Study Abroad program is November 16 at 5 p.m. We will continue to accept applications thereafter but don't wait too long - there's only space for 12 students total. Students from all 3 UW campuses are welcome to apply.

The Argentina study abroad program consists of two courses:

The Geography of Buenos Aires (T URB 379 - Urban Field Experience) will primarily involve field work throughout the city, examining a range of topics related to Buenos Aires. Examples include the history and architecture of the city, social issues such as homelessness, environmental issues especially as relates to water pollution, and economic problems confronting the metropolitan area. The course will involve site visits around the city and include academic exercises on these various topics.

The program also includes a Spanish language learning course at the Universidad de Tres de Febrero. This is a beginner's course and will help students communicate with their host families and navigate the city.

For students with Spanish language skills, there is the option to do an internship with Hecho en Buenos Aires, an organization that works with the homeless and produces the publication by the same name. The magazine is sold by the homeless to the general public. Interns may work in the publications office or directly with the homeless depending on their interests.

For more information on this program and to apply, please visit our website.

The UW Tacoma Office of International Programs is now accepting applications for an Argentina Study Abroad program: the Urban Geography of Buenos Aires. This program offers students the opportunity to live and study in one of the world's greatest cities, Buenos Aires, this coming Spring Quarter.

Urban Studies Director and Professor, Brian Coffey, will lead *12* students on this urban field course which includes 9 credits of T URB 379 and either 5 credits of Spanish through the Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero or a 3-5 credit internship with an organization working with the city's homeless population.

Ready to get to know the city of Buenos Aires like the back of your hand? Want to learn how to make a difference in an urban context?

If you're interested: check out the program and download your application today. Priority consideration will be given to student applications received by November 16. Learn more and get ready to tango... ¡Vamanos!