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***Coming Summer of 2016***

 Study-Abroad Program · Summer · Four Weeks


Program Overview:

Through this program, you will take part in either an intensive Spanish language program and/or a history program in Rosario, Argentina. In your leisure time, you will experience Argentinean culture through day trips, afternoon activities and cultural events. You will have opportunities to participate in optional excursions to Iguazu Fall, Patagonia, Buenos Aires etc.  Basic knowledge of Spanish is not required.

Lodging and Meals:

You will reside with a host family during your stay in Rosario. Breakfast and dinner are included in the overall program cost.

Credit Hours:

6-8 Credit Hours


If you plan to take a Spanish course, you must sign up for Spanish 3040C; however, if you plan on taking the World History courses, Modern Latin America course (HIST 3470), or an history independent study (all are offered in English), you must register for those classes specifically. Beginners, intermediate and advanced Spanish courses are offered in this program, as well as Spanish/Latin American Literature and History courses. In addition, a history course(s) which will be taught by Dr. Gregory Hammond will satisfy the History Major-Minor requirements. All courses may be applied to the Latin American Studies minor.

Payment Schedule and Deadlines:

A non-refundable deposit is due when completing the online appliacation that is due by February 15. The travel grant application is due by March 1.  

Financial Aid:

Your current scholarships and financial aid may apply toward the cost of the program. After you have completed your mandatory advising appointment with the Office of International Education, feel free to call the Office of Student Financial Aid at (931) 221-7907 to schedule an appointment with Cathy Naef or Jennifer Ellis.  Additional scholarships and travel grants are available through the Office of International Education.  View more information on financial aid.


Dr. Osvaldo Di Paolo (Languages and Literature) at (931) 221-7487 or
Dr. Katherine Honea (Languages and Literature) at (931) 221-7487 or
Dr. Gregory Hammond (History and Philosophy) at (931) 221-7865 or

Please see the U.S. State Department travel site for an travel advup-to-date and extensive list.

Please review the Student Code of Conduct that applies to all students participating in APSU study-abroad and exchange programs.

Austin Peay State University reserves the right to make cancellations, date and fee adjustments, and any other changes that may be required.