Road2Argentina offers international business placements at multiple organizations and businesses located in Buenos Aires. Pursuing an internship in Buenos Aires is an ideal...
Immerse yourself in Buenos Aires, develop and master your teaching skills, and become TEFL/TESOL certified with our 4-week (120 hour) course. These internationally recognized...
Road2Argentina's Intensive Spanish Program is designed for both university students and travelers looking to learn Spanish rapidly and in an immersion environment. With an...
Road2Argentina Spanish School is located in the center of Buenos Aires and is dedicated to offering high-quality, intensive Spanish courses. Weekly Spanish classes can...
Road2Argentina offers a comprehensive university semester in Buenos Aires at the Universidad de Belgrano (UB) and Universidad Catolica Argentina (UCA), two of Argentina's...
Chacras of Buenos Aires Ecological program
Submitted by German Zuluaga - Hartwick College | June 23, 2017
i arrived as a biology major and i was expecting to work with the earth and people and thats exactly what i did. my experience submerged me into the entire process of recycling of both organic and inorganic products. with the organic waste we process it aerobically to produce a compost that was used to make fertile soil useful for poor areas in the north of buenos aires. with the inorganic materials we process them and made eco bricks which were used to make houses and schools in the town of La Plata which ironically does not have Plata. then some days changed greatly when we had to travel to different schools in the city and we showed children of different ages the different native flora of buenos aires, how to plant it and the importance of maintaining native plants in the city in order to promote bio-diversity.
Greatest program in BA!
Submitted by Chandler - - | September 30, 2016
I was in Buenos Aires for 2 months doing an internship with FIC Argentina, a public health company that does research and raises awareness for chronic illness. The internship was super relevant to my future career in healthcare and allowed me to build my resume and skills for graduate school. The people at FIC were amazing, they made me feel so welcomed and helped me find projects that were relevant to my future plans. I truly loved working for such an amazing company! Road2Argentina was an incredible organization to go through for my experience and I cannot recommend them enough. I traveled to Argentina alone for the first time and it made all the difference to have a program that supported me, showed me around, and made sure all the details of my housing and placement went smoothly so that I could enjoy more of my time here. It was also so nice having an official program to plan events where you can meet other people in the program. It also makes it easier to be away from home when you are a part of a group of people. I only wish I could have stayed longer! Road allowed me to get the most out of my time here with new experiences and new friends that I will never forget.
Submitted by Gabi Berryhill - California Polytechnic State University | September 06, 2016
I loved my placement of internship at Anuva Wines, wine tasting, shipping, and club. The internship and road organizations were amazing, I always had someone to go to, always felt safe. Had a great social life here, the night life is amazing. Also learned a lot about the careers I want to go into and learned a lot about living in a big city!
Adventures in Patagonia
Submitted by Mike Tracy - DePauw University | December 03, 2015
My time with Road2Argentina has been one filled with great people, fun activities, and a number of great experiences. The internship that I was placed in allowed me to improve my Spanish and learn more about working in a small business abroad. The coordinators provided quality, fun events for all of the participants to hang out together and get to know each other. Road creates a very fun atmosphere in order for you to meet people from all over the world that are in the immersion programs but also experience Argentina. The people that you will meet and immersion experiences that are offered will allow you to have a one-in-a-lifetime experience.
Submitted by Logan Blagg / Alayna Nieters - Columbia | June 18, 2015
My friend and I both were looking for a place in South America that we could use our Fashion Design degrees to volunteer and improve the lives of people and communities. Road2Argentina was the first and close to only organization that was more than willing to find a placement for our particular requirements. They exceeded our expectations with housing, accommodations, and activities. They were great at giving us an understanding of Argentine culture which was the perfect jumping off point to immersing ourselves into the culture. Overall we would happily recommend R2A to anyone, it is a great program with great people who will make you feel at home in a new place.