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Study Abroad + Service Learning Cordoba, Argentina

Program Duration

3-6 Month


Throughout the year, Academic Year, Spring, Fall

Degree Level



IPSL welcomes applicants from all nations and backgrounds. Language requirements for selected programs. Minimum age is 18. Gap Year students, college students and graduates are encouraged to apply

Minimum Education

High School


  • English
  • Spanish

Subject Areas

  • Culture
  • Dance
  • Education
  • Foreign Language
  • Health Sciences
  • History
  • Languages & Linguistics
  • Literature
  • Medicine
  • Service Learning
  • Social Sciences

Cost in US$:

USD 16,500.00 total program fee including up to 18 credits

Cost Includes:

  • Written materials pre-departure
  • Registration fees
  • In-country staff support
  • In-country orientation/Training
  • Pre-departure orientation/Training
  • Language instruction
  • Excursions
  • Emergency evacuation services
  • Medical insurance
  • Food
  • Housing

Program Fees Include:

Fees include all instruction and University fees; University "tutor" to support social integration of international students; orientation (campus tour, welcome lunch and departure meeting); Intensive Spanish Language Instruction for one month prior to the start of academic coursework, homestay accommodations including full board - breakfast, lunch and dinner 7 days per week; service placement and supervision; health insurance; pick-up and drop off at airport upon arrival (arrive between 9AM and 6PM) and departure; academic excursions around other regions of Argentina; administrative fees; and pre-departure materials.

Credit Available


Experience Required


Volunteer Types

  • Building & Construction Projects
  • Community Development
  • Education
  • Environment
  • Health Care
  • Human Rights
  • Medicine
  • Social Work
  • Street Children
  • Teaching
  • Youth Development

Typical Volunteer

IPSL participants are typically U.S. undergraduate students who want to study and volunteer abroad. They generally take 3-4 academic courses (12-15 credits) and do community services (15-20 hours per week). Participants want an integrated experience where learning and service work together.

Age Range


This Program is open to

American, European, Canadian, Australian, South African, Kiwi, Worldwide and Asian Participants. This Program is also open to Couples and Individuals.

Typical Living Arrangements

  • Home-stays

Participants Travel


Typically Participants Work


Scholarships are Available

Fund for International Service-Learning (FISL) - The Fund for International Service-Learning (FISL) is offering USD 500 scholarships to aid students who are enrolled (or in the process of enrolling) programs operated by IPSL. Recipients are selected based on their academic and professional goals and accomplishments, as well as financial need.

There are numerous non-IPSL scholarships and financial aid available that students may apply for.

Application Process Involves

  • Essay
  • Transcript
  • Letters of Reference
  • Written Application

Typically The Application Process Time is

1 week

Post Services Include

  • Alumni Network
  • Re-Entry Debriefing at Home
  • Exit Debriefing Abroad