Open to Pitzer students only. Program options subject to change.
Program Title: Pitzer/ISEP Exchange with Universidad Católica de Córdoba
Location: Córdoba, Argentina
Host Website: ISEP: Universidad Católica de Córdoba
University Regular University Courses (in Spanish)
Students must be in good standing at Pitzer College. ISEP requires students to have a 2.75 or higher GPA. Students must have junior or senior status at the time of participation. A minimum of four semesters or college or university coursework must be complete prior to participation. Completion of Spanish 44 or higher or a demonstrated equivalency must be completed prior to the program. Additional literature level coursework in Spanish is highly recommended.
At least one Latin American area studies course is strongly recommended before departure. Other general preparation options include: Comparative Politics, Intercultural Communications, Introduction to International/ Intercultural Studies, Introduction to Sociocultural Anthropology
The Pitzer College Study Abroad Application and the ISEP Application are both due by the Pitzer application due date. If accepted by Pitzer and ISEP students will then be asked to complete University forms.
Fall semester (= Semester 2): Late July to late December
Spring semester (= Semester 1): Early March to end of July
Full year: The Southern Hemisphere academic calendar is from early March to late December
Participants are expected to take a full course load including a Spanish language course and one course while abroad that includes content on Argentine history, politics, literature or culture. In addition, students take the Pitzer course MLLC110 Intercultural Learning: Portfolio Writing via Sakai.
A 4-week pre-session, intensive Spanish language course is offered before both semesters. Spanish language courses are offered in addition to regular classes during the semester for Intermediate and Advanced levels.
See a Study Abroad Adviser.
Visit the ISEP website shown above and select ‘Website for Course Availability.’
In addition to a full course load at the university, students will earn 0.5 Pitzer course credits for the writing course via Sakai. (See above under Required Courses.)
Housing and Board Options
Housing and meals are provided by host families.
The chance of placement is generally limited.