Study in argentina

Argentina Statistics
Geography-Population
Capital: Buenos Aires Area: 2,766,890 km ² Climate: mostly temperate; arid in the southeast, subantarctic in the southwest Total Population: 40,913,584 (est. July 2009) Languages: Spanish (official), Italian, English, German, Fren

Government-Economy

Government Type: RepublicIndependence: May 25, 1810GDP: $575.6 billion (est. 2008)GDP – per capita (PPP): $ 14,200 (est. 2008)

Information for Foreign Students in Argentina
Airfare
Book your tickets a few months in advance so that you can find an affordable ticket. It is best to buy a two-way ticket even if you don’t know the exact date of your return; simply leave the return option open.

Obtaining the Visa
For a list of the necessary documents needed to obtain a student visa valid for one year, go to the Argentine consulate in your home country. Although expensive (more than 300 €), this visa does not require you to leave the country every 3 months to renew it like most European countries. Be warned that recent modifications and security measures have complicated the process, so be sure to have all of the required documents deeded for the visa before going to the Embassy. In addition, for an extra cost of 40 € you can have your visa expedited and receive it within a few hours.

Accomodation
Rent for a student room is generally about 200 € a month, with about 50 € in extra charges. It is relatively simple to find accommodation in Buenos Aires. Upon your arrival, it is easy to stay at a youth hostel for about 7€ per night until you get your bearings.

Bank Account
It is useless to try opening an Argentine bank account, so check with your home back to see what the best way to incur as few fees as possible for your withdrawals. An example would be if your bank had a partnership with an Argentine bank. You can also buy Travelers Checks, which can be used to pay several rental months in advance or if you need a large sum of money that your card does not allow you to withdraw from an ATM.

Cost of Living
Inflation is a large factor because it is much more apparent and relevant than in other countries, causing prices to fluctuate rapidly and without notice. Costs for an average meal at a university restaurant is about 3€, an average coffee is 1.90€, a movie is 6.30€, a bus ticket is 0.50€, a 10 minute taxi is about 7€ and a restaurant meal as much as 20€.

Telephone
The easiest thing would be to buy an international phone card (Hable mas card, 60 minutes for 10 pesos).

Health Requirements
Be sure to stay up to date on your vaccines and bring your health record with you. If you wish to travel to countries such as Bolivia or Paraguay, do the necessary vaccines as they are compulsory. For your health coverage, the student social security covers your expenditures. Check with your private insurance company if you want good health coverage abroad.

Transportation
In Buenos Aires, the bus (el colectivo) is, along with the taxi, the best means of transportation. With 792 lines colectivo, you should be able to get to most of the places in Buenos Aires for 0.80 cents! Taxis are also abundant and convenient; however, “false taxis” do exist so it is better to have an idea of the route to your location before leaving. There is also a subway, but it is not very developed and is seldom used.

Official Selection of the best Business Schools in Argentina

4 Palmes Of Excellence - TOP business school with significant international influence

Rank by Palmes league Dean’s recommendation rate 2016

Buenos Aires University (UBA) - Buenos Aires Business School

1 201‰

IAE Business School - Universidad Austral

2 192‰

Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina (UCA) - Facultad de Ciencias Economicas

3 157‰

ICDA - Universidad Catolica de Córdoba

4 83‰

3 Palmes Of Excellence - EXCELLENT business school with reinforcing international influence

Rank by Palmes league Dean’s recommendation rate 2016

Universidad de San Andrés - Escuela de Administración y Negocios

1 114‰

Universidad Argentina de la Empresa - UADE Business School

2 96‰

Universidad Torcuato di Tella (Utdt) Escuela de Negocios

2 96‰

Universidad Nacional de Córdoba - Facultad de Ciencias Economicas

4 39‰

Universidad Del Cema (Ucema) Departamento De Dirección De Empresas

5 26‰

2 Palmes Of Excellence - GOOD business school with strong regional influence

Rank by Palmes league Dean’s recommendation rate 2016

ITBA - Instituto Tecnologico de Buenos Aires

1 61‰

Universidad Nacional de Rosario - Facultad de Ciencias Económicas Y Estadística

2 35‰

1 Palme Of Excellence - BUSINESS school with considerable local influence

Rank by Palmes league Dean’s recommendation rate 2016

Universidad Nacional del Litoral – Facultad de Ciencias Económicas

1 17‰

Best Master’s programs in Argentina

Learn the ranking results of the best masters in Argentina here:

http://www.best-masters.com/ranking-master-in-argentina.html