The world at our students’ fingertips
Whether through internships, exchanges or field research courses, our students discover the world during their program.
The Faculty has granted approximately $345,000 for the management and support of international activities offered to our students.
In summer 2019, 78 undergraduate and master’s students participated in a field research course:
- Salvador, Brazil: 15
- Belfast, Northern Ireland: 12
- Mexico City, Mexico: 15
- Moscow, Russia: 6
- Hualien, Taiwan: 14
- Tunis, Tunisia: 16
In 2018-2019, 75 bachelor’s and master’s students participated in an international internship:
- Africa: 27
- Asia: 23
- Europe: 11
- North America: 3
- South America: 11
In 2017-2018, 155 students participated in an international exchange.
The 2019 student delegation representing Argentina at the Model United Nations Course won the Outstanding Delegation award, 4 Position Paper Awards, and 3 Outstanding Delegates in Committee awards during the National Model United Nations (NMUN) Conference.