Buenos Aires is the capital and largest city in Argentina. It is located on the western shore of the estuary of the Río de la Plata, on the southeastern coast of the South American continent. Its port is situated along the River Plate and it is surrounded by the “Greater Buenos Aires”, where most of the country’s thirteen million population has settled.Buenos-Aires-91 Buenos Aires has a humid subtropical climate with four distinct seasons with an annual average temperature of 63.9 °F. The warmest month is January and the winter season runs between June and September. This cosmopolitan city is characterized as having a strong European influence, which is reflected in the city’s architectural design and also in the composition of the population of Spanish or Italian descent. The typical Buenos Aires’ neighborhoods show the marks left by the immigrants, including La Boca, situated on the banks of the Riachuelo, it maintains its Italian immigrant influence intact: “Caminito”, “La Vuelta de Rocha”, its vividly painted houses and the landscapes immortalized by Benito Quinquela Martín in his paintings. The city has copied characteristics from both Madrid and Paris, which sometimes seem better than the originals. However, it also has its own heritage, adding to the mix some sultry tangos, ubiquitous “colectivos”, quaint cafés and most of all, the flair of its residents, the proud “porteños”. Buenos Aires’ appeal lies in having everything: culture, architecture, art, music, and non stop nightlife. The city has intense cultural and nightlife, and is a large commercial and business centre. Nightfall is the Porteños’ favorite time to enjoy their city and interact with each other in a myriad of restaurants, coffee houses; discotheques and bars open until the early hours. Together, it all combines to form a fascinating city, worth discovering block by block. DSW Babylon

Argentina - Buenos Aires

Centre: Located in one of the best neighborhoods in the city center of Buenos Aires, Palermo. It is just a few blocks from Palermo’s Soho with its newly fashionable area for fashion, design, restaurants, cafés, bars and street culture. The School provides students with everything they need: a relaxed environment, modern and comfortable classrooms equipped with state-of-the art technology (DVD, PCs, Audio equipment), and excellent teacher and staff attention.

Argentina Information

New Year's Day January 1st
Epiphany January 6th
Constitution Day February 7
Carnival February 16-17
The birthday of Benito Juarez March 21
Truth and Justice Day March 24
Easter April 3-6
Labor Day May 1st
May Day Revolution of 1810 May 25th
Malvinas Day June 10th
Indepedence Day July 9th
Anniversary's of Saint Martin's Death August 17th
Columbus Day October 12th
All Saint Day November 2
Sovereignty Day November 23
Immaculate Conception Day December 8th
Christmas December 25th

Visa & Travel information for ARGENTINA

The following information below is here to assist travelers in understanding their options as they travel to and through Argentina.

***Please note that prices listed page serves as an approximation and may vary from actual prices***
***Please confirm prices before your travel time. ***
***NIK|LAS is not responsible for changes of the prices or schedules**


Most foreigners do not need visas and are issued free renewable 90-day tourist permits or business visits upon arrivalto Argentina. You may be required to pay an entry fee in dollars, by credit card, or with traveler's checks.

Passport holders of the following countries do not need a visa to enter Argentina when the purpose of the visit is tourism:

Andorra, Australia,*Austria, Barbados, Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada,* Czech Republic, Chile, Cyprus, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Hong Kong, Hungary, Ireland, Iceland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Republic of Korea, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malaysia, Malta, Mexico, Monaco, Nicaragua, Norway, Netherlands, New Zealand, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Saint Kitts and Nevis, San Marino, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Saint Lucia, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States of America,* Uruguay, Vatican City and Venezuela.

Tourist Visas / Business Visa

All students planning to take a course with NIK|LAS should to check their national consulate websites to confirm whether they are required to organize a visa in advance of traveling.

Student Visas

Depending on their nationality, some students may be required to apply for a student visa if studying in Argentina on a program over 90 days in duration.


The Aeroparque Jorge Newbery airport (AEP) (T: + 54 4576 5110 / 5111), located in the Palermo district just 2 km from Buenos Aires’ center. Originally it was the main airport for domestic flights to/from Buenos Aires but now handles international flights to Uruguay, Brazil, Chile and Paraguay.  There are two transportation options for transfers between the airport and the city of Buenos Aires, by bus or taxi.

Ezeiza International Airport(EZE), which is officially known as Ministro Pistarini International Airport, is located in the Ezeiza region around 35 km south-west of central Buenos Aires. This airport is connected to the city by the General Ricchieri Expressway. It is Argentina's most important airport and currently handles about nine million passengers each year, which equates to more than 70 percent of the country's international air traffic.


These airliners provide inexpensive flights to and from Argentina between other Latin American cities. It can help you mix your flight connection city or entry city into Argentina in order to locate a lower cost trip.

• ETN (List of Low-Cost Flyers):

• Kayak:


Travelling by car is a good way to explore Argentina, and visit attractions hard to reach with public transportation.You may drive with a license of your country, though it is recommended that you take an international driver’s license with you. Argentina generally recognizes valid drivers' licenses from foreign jurisdictions, though drivers must be over 21.Along the 'rutas' (the provinces bordering other countries), the police frequently  have police checkpoints to check insurance and registration papers and drivers' licenses. These checkpoints may also involve inspection of the trunk for contraband and a mandatory two peso fee for "disinfection" or "de-insectifying" the car's underside by driving it over a mechanical sprayer that either sprays water or does nothing.
Traffic regulations in Argentina are generally the same as those around the world, though local drivers often ignore the regulations. It is mandatory to the car lights on while driving on the roads and highway, even during the daytime.Most of the roads in Argentina are in good condition. But there are also dirt roads, especially off the main roads and in the south of the country. It is always good to road map during your trip.
The maximum speed limit is 60 km/h in the city, 40 km/h on side roads and 100 - 130 km/h to 130 km/h on highways.Highways are limited to the areas around large cities. Most of the country is connected by paved unlit two-lane roads (rutas) shared by buses, cars, and large trucks. Some places are accessible only by dirt roads.

Argentina boasts an outstanding short and long-distance bus network, with international bus services from the neighboring countries. Bus travel is the most common way to travel from city to city within Argentina.

For long distance bus trips, it is wise to buy a ticket several days in advance of your trip date. These long distance buses are called Micro.

Buenos Aires:

Retiro Bus Terminal (Terminal de Omnibus de Retiro), located just behind Retiro train and Subte stations in Buenos Aires, is the hub of this network with up to 2,000 bus arrivals and departures per day.

There is a second bus terminal in Buenos Aires is situated in the neighborhood Liniers, but it is smaller and less accessible than the one in Retiro.

There are over 150 city bus lines called Colectivos, that cover a far wider area than the underground system in a city. Colectivos in Buenos Aires passes by about 4 or more times per hour. Their inexpensive tickets makes this system the most popular mode of transport around the city.

Cost is about $4-$5 for each hour of traveling.

The rail network is very limited offering one or two departures weekly. Intercity buses give better service and faster rides. Train fares are fairly cheap.

The three largest train terminals in Buenos Aires are Retiro, Constitucion and Once. Retiro is actually three train stations alongside each other with the main long distance bus terminal close by.

Ferrocentral train service departs from Buenos Aires twice weekly to Tucumán and twice weekly to Córdoba.

Taxis are easily identified by their black color and yellow rooftops. Pay attention to the fare counter to see the exact end fare amount. Tipping is not expected unless travelling with luggage. Radio-link companies provide reliable and safe service; and some even offer incentives for frequent users.

Ferry service is often used by Argentine and Uruguayan passengers. Daily services run between Buenos Aires and Uruguay (the most common destinations are Colonia, Montevideo, Piriápolis and Punta del Este). The ferry company, Buquebus, connects the port of Buenos Aires with the main cities of Uruguay, such as, Colonia del Sacramento, Montevideo and Punta del Este.


  • Medical Insurance: We advise all visitors to bring insurance documents to Argentina. If you require medical treatment, with this document and the medical bill you will be able to reclaim the medical expenses from your country of origin. Everyone else is also advised to take out insurance to cover health.
  • Travel Insurance: We advise all travelers to take out insurance to cover personal property.



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Various activities and excursions are offered during the year at the various locations. You may participate in short walks around the historic center or at the Welcome party during your first days. While some excursions may be free, for some excursions, students are required to sign-up and pay in order to participate. Excursions may include visits to beaches, local monuments, museums, theatres, performances and concerts, while other's may include trips to other nearby cities. The destinations vary among the different cities where classes are given. Here are examples of possible excursion destinations:

From Buenos Aires.


Bus Station, Train Station, Airport

This optional service is offered at a cost for One-way from/to arrival or departure spot in Argentina. A representative meets and takes the student to accommodation or departure point. Please forward travel information at least 3 weeks in advance.

Location: All.


NIK|LAS offers lodging during your stay in Argentina while you are taking part in one of our courses.

Accommodations are generally a 15 - 25 minutes walk/bus from the school/center. Shopping facilities are a short distance away. Electricity, gas and water are included.

Single Room (SR) - Private room.

Double Room (DR) - Shared Room between two students traveling together.

Suggestions: Take extra care with your behavior; keep common areas clean; moderate noise to a low level at night; respect apartment mates schedule and customs. In short, be responsible for yourself.

Shared Apartments

Apartments are furnished in simple  style with a fully equipped kitchen with washing machine, living room with television, iron and 1 or 2 bathrooms. There are no telephones available in apartments. These 2, 3, or 4 Bedroom apartments are shared with other international students and/or locals so students can cook their own food and manage food budget. Bed linens are provided. However, you will need to bring towels and own personal toiletries. Room in an apartment shared with Argentinean people, with access to all communal areas of the house (kitchen, bathroom and living room) and, together, keep the place clean. Single or double rooms options.

Private One-Bedroom / Studio

Private one bedroom apartment or studio for 1 or 2 persons who require a little more privacy. These Units are limited, so early registration is suggested to fill needs. They are furnished in simple Argentinean style with a fully equipped kitchen with washing machine, living room with television and 1 bathroom. Bed linens are provided. However, you will need to bring towels and own personal toiletries.

Location: All.

Home stay / Host Family

Staying with a Argentinean Family is rewarding, in that, it encourages the natural use of every-day Argentinean. This helps to improve your language skills. Room with a Argentinean family with a meal option of breakfast (1 meal/day) or half board (2 meals/day). Argentinean families are renowned for their hospitality, and enjoyment of life. You are made to feel completely at home with their families and enjoy the unique opportunity to fully integrate oneself into Argentinean family life. Though, you will be free to do what you wish, you will be expected to adjust a bit to the rules of the house. You will receive your own house-key so you may come and go as you please. During your home-stay you will be able to receive phone calls. Bed linens are provided. However, you will need to bring towels and own personal toiletries. Single or double rooms options.


A program arranged by the school for students to meet local Spanish speakers with similar interests in order to share conversation in Spanish. The plus, is you improve your Spanish even while at leisure, and you may also learning other interesting nuggets of life in the city your visiting. Take full advantage of this...

Start Dates

Non-Beginners can start any Monday of the year. Beginners may start on the first Monday of any month, in some location, twice a month. Contact us for appropriate dates.


School will be closed during Holidays. Holidays are not made up. Please view the holiday section to understand to help decide your travel time.


Spanish, the 2nd official international language has experienced a growing importance in the developing global community. Learning Spanish in Argentina is well worth the experience. Classes are taught at all levels by highly qualified Spanish teachers in small groups, from beginners to advanced. Classes are taught in Spanish only and our teachers use a practical and communicative approach. Students learn the language as well as, the grammar structures in a stimulating atmosphere.

Spanish Semi Standard

Group instructed 10 classes of Spanish Language and culture per week from Monday to Friday.   his class is ideal when combining language courses with other specialty course. It is designed for people who want to learn basic Spanish in order to get by in a Spanish-speaking country.

Location: All.

Spanish Standard

Group instructed 20 Classes of Spanish Language and culture per week from Monday to Friday with a variety of different teachers. This course is recommended for students who wish to combine language learning with a real life experience of the Spanish culture, thus, it allows enough time for students to get fully acquainted to the city and the Argentinean cultures surrounding it. Classes challenge students apply their knowledge of theory by means of various methods ranging from situation and role-playing activities to debates about current issues.

Location: All.

Spanish Super Standard Plus

Consist of 20+10 Classes of Spanish Language and culture per week from Monday to Friday. Especially for highly motivated students who wish to learn as much Spanish in the shortest time possible. This course consists of 10 classes daily in which students apply their knowledge of theory by means of various methods ranging from situation and role-playing activities to debates about current issues.

Location: All.

Individual (One to One) Spanish.

Tailor-made private classes for highly motivated persons who need to advance rapidly in a specific area of study but in little available time. You decide how many classes you want and what you wish to study.

Location: All.

Combined Cities

This program attracts the voyagers in students. It allows for students to choose from the list of courses that we offer in our schools and distribute the learning experience among the different locations. By combining a course from among these different cities, one will learn Spanish and have the opportunity to know the rich variety of Argentinean cultures at the same time. Plus, it makes for great city hopping.

Location: All.

Group Programs

  • For groups of 5 or more persons traveling together on the same package to the same destination, please contact our Group Department for a group discounted price quote at:
  • With a group of 5 or more persons, you may organize a program that fits your interests and trip desires. Contact our Group Department for more information.


Tango Dance + Spanish

Learning Spanish in itself is already a great experience but you can make your stay even more exciting by combining it with Tango classes. Tango was developed around the mid 19th century and is one of the most famous cultural features of Argentina. It is one of the most sensual Latin dances to watch or even be able to dance it yourself.

The classes are taught by a professional dance academy in Buenos Aires to ensure the great quality.  This course combines 20 hours of Spanish with 5 hours of private Tango classes per week.

Location: All

DELE (Diploma Español como Lengua Extranjera) Preparation

This is a course specially designed to prepare DELE certification Course offered for each level of exam (inicial, básico, superior).

Course is designed for those students, both university and professional, who want to be able to include the only official diploma of Spanish on their curriculum. It prepares students for all three levels (Initial, Basic and Advanced) of the official DELE exam of the Cervantes Institute. It is the only exam recognized by the Spanish Ministry of Education. Course may lasts 3 weeks.

Location: All.

Spanish For Teachers

"Curso de Repaso" for teachers of Spanish. The main purpose is to support teachers of Spanish by bringing their theoretical knowledge and their teaching methods up to date. Emphasis is to revitalize linguistic and didactic abilities and refreshment of your social-economic and political-cultural knowledge. The course is given through 30 hours of class over 2 weeks.

Location: All.  Language Level: Advanced.

Business Spanish

Business Spanish program develops contents that will enable attendees to learn Spanish in a specific context: the area of business and trade. Having this objective, all materials to be used are related to Economy and Business in Latin America i.e. economy sections of the main Spanish-speaking newspapers, recordings of radio programs related to Economy and the like.

Location: All.

NIK| offer programs with schools  that  accept CSN, Lånekassen and Bildungsurlaub students.  American university students may receive Academic Credits through our study-abroad experience.

In most cases, American colleges and universities are willing to approve study-abroad programs.

Academic Credits for Study-Abroad

Contact the Dean of the Foreign language department or Study Abroad office or International Office at your college/university prior to starting the program. Present your plan and ask exactly what is required in order to be assured that you will earn credits for your studies abroad. Take special note of the requirement, as you will have to follow them in order to obtain credits. Please inform us ahead of time and at your first of class about the requirements.

For American universities, one semester credit (3 points) usually corresponds to 40 hours of study.

University Students please do contact us at for further information.

Brazil: University credits for Study-Abroad.

We are pleased to offer the option of earning recognized US college credits for Portuguese language studies at either locations in Brazil. We can grant credit directly to students enrolled in an accredited university, or they can go through one of our programs with University credits from Brookhaven College or the University of Alabama. students may earn up to 14 credit hours.

Credits will be issued as transfer credits by the partner university. Students must register for the credit program, and an additional fee is required. Credits can be granted for any of our beginner or intermediate-level programs of 20 weekly hours or more.

These are the list of Universities that have reviewed the Syllabus and provide credit for courses taken in Brazil.

- New Mexico State University

- University of Alabama

- Brookhaven College (Dallas, TX)

For all transfer of credits from either of these options, it is necessary to check with your own university concerning their relevant transfer policies. For more information, please contact us

France: university credits for Study-Abroad

These are the list of Universities that have reviewed the Syllabus and provide credit for courses taken in Montpellier, France.

- Cabrillo College (CA)

- Cap Code Community College (West Barnstable, MA)

- University of Georgia (Athens, GA)

- University of Maryland (Baltimore, MD)

- University of Maryland (Bethesda, MD)

- University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill, NC)

For all transfer of credits from either of these options, it is necessary to check with your own university concerning their relevant transfer policies.  Contact us for more information.

ITALY: University credits for Study-Abroad

These are the list of Universities that have reviewed the Syllabus and provide credit for courses taken in Italy.

- Edgewood College (Madison, WI)

For all transfer of credits from either of these options, it is necessary to check with your own university concerning their relevant transfer policies.  Contact us for more information.

PORTUGAL: University credits for Study-Abroad

Over the years, the Portuguese courses have been recognized by several US Universities, though we have a formal agreement with any university.

What we do is have students take our program syllabus to the language department or International office of their home University for evaluation and credit approval.

The program is usually approved through this method, and then we have the transcript forwarded to the student's home university at th completion of our course.  Contact us for more information.

SPAIN: University credits for Study-Abroad

These are the list of Universities that have reviewed the Syllabus and provide credit for courses taken in Spain.

- University of Alabama (Huntsville, AL)

- Brookhaven College (Dallas, TX)

- Borough of Manhattan Community College (New York, NY)

- Colorado Mountain College (CO)

- Florida Memorial University (Miami Gardens, FL)

- Lake Tahoe Community College (South Lake Tahoe, CA)

- University of Jacksonville (Jacksonville, FL)

- University of Southern Mississippi (Hattiesburg, MS)

- Vermont State College: Castleton College (Castleton, VT)

For all transfer of credits from either of these options, it is necessary to check with your own university concerning their relevant transfer policies.  Contact us for more information.

CSN - Sweden

The majority of our language schools are recognized by the Swedish government for further education (CSN) - Swedish. These courses follow the requirements of the Swedish CSN, concerning the duration, amount of hours, and the evaluation of the acquired knowledge. Our services include filling out the subscription form for the CSN and sending it to you without any further delay.

Special conditions
- The course has to be of a minimum duration of 13 weeks
- The course offers a minimum of 15 hours per week
- You will have to sit an exam at the end of your course

Courses accredited by the CSN are provided a discount of 10% of course and Shared Apartment lodging costs.

Students please do contact us at for further information.


Lånekassen is the Norwegian State Educational Loan Fund. It is given as a loan, but 40 percent of the loan can be converted to a grant upon passing the exam(s) / completion of education. Students from Norway with Norwegian citizenship are entitled to receive financial aid from Lånekassen for their language study abroad.

Qualifying language courses should be a minimum of 20 lesson per week for a minimum of 4 weeks at the local language centre.

Lånekassen language study courses always end with an obligatory oral and written language test which shows whether or not the student has achieved efficient competence in their language studies.

Students from Norway should apply directly to Lånekassen for financial aid.

Lånekassen Norwegian Scholarship
P.O. Box 195 Økern,
NO-0510 OSLO, Norway
Tel: +47 22 72 67 00
Fax: +47 22 64 26 36

Bildungsurlaub - Germany

The majority of our language schools offer courses that are recognized as « Bildungsurlaub » (further education for professionals) by several States in Germany.  This is a program in which German employees can take additional5-10 days of paid vacation in 2 years. Bildungsurlaub courses are recognized by the German government in 12 German federal states (Berlin, Brandenburg, Bremen, Hamburg, Hessen, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Niedersachsen, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Rheinland-Pfalz, Saarland, Sachsen-Anhalt, Schleswig-Holstein). Employees who live and work in these federal states can solicit Bildungsurlaub to participate in one of our courses related to their profession.

Each region has a list of recognized courses and among them are listed several language courses. The course must be at least 6 hours per day and 5 days per week. The recognition of a course in one region can be valid for other regions, as in the case of Hessen, a region which accepts the courses recognized by the Niedersachsen region.

If you have been working for longer than 6 months in a company which is located within a region that recognizes the Bildungsurlaub law, you should follow these steps to register:

i. Contact your employer: Inform your superiors of your intention to take vacation days under "Bildungsurlaub" at least 6 weeks before the start of the course, specifying the exact dates, duration and the type of course you wish to follow. You can choose between 5 or 10 days (as long as you haven’t followed a Bildungsurlaub course program the previous year).

ii. Registering with NIK| Register for the appropriate course, and inform us of your intention to solicit the Bildungsurlaub program.

iii. First confirmation: We will forward a Course Confirmation to show your company.

iv. Certificate: At the completion of the course you will receive a certificate with the dates of the course you attended, and if you present the Bildungsurlaub form it will be signed at the school.

German students please do contact us at for further information..

"Where foreigners make friends"

'Intercambios Connection' is a place where native speakers and foreigners meet to share language and culture in a friendly atmosphere. It is an effective and fun way to learn or better your knowledge of any foreign language, meanwhile making new friends with persons from different parts of the world.

This program connects you to locals at your travel destination, who wish to meet foreigners for language exchanges in social setting. It is an additional opportunity for you to practice the foreign language that you may be studying.


What is an Intercambio?

An intercambio is a language exchange for two or more people who speak different languages practicing each other's language. You get to practice their native language in exchange for language practice in your native language. It is also a good way to get properly introduced to your travel destination and the hidden gems they have - you may also learn about the DO NOTs of that destination. An Intercambio may serve as a vital source for information on things to do around the city.

How does it work?

The most typical form is that you are provided with 1 - 5 persons that are interested in language exchange. After signing up, you are given the contact information for a few interested locals, such as, email, name, etc. You may then contact them by email, telephone, Skype, Messenger, Facebook, or Whatsapp to get to know them before meeting.  Some suggestions on where to meet: Coffee shops, Pubs, Restaurants,  Beach,  Museums, or other social activities.

In a few locations, the program is orchestrated as a weekly Meetup, at a local spot. Upon arrival, a session of 30 minutes or more is arranged with a person that speaks your chosen language. In that timeframe, you are expected to converse in your language as well as the language of your partner for the evening. The format is flexible, so you may talk as little as 30 minutes or as long as 2 hours if you wish to, and about any topic that comes to mind. You may break out in groups to discuss the designated theme or you may have different individual partners for each session, so you can meet others, and improve your ability to understand the language you wish to practice when speaking with different persons.

What will I gain from this experience?

After several encounters you will notice an improvement your conversational language skill. Plus, the experience also gives you the opportunity to meet and establish bonds with someone very familiar with your travel destination.

What language level is needed to participate?

Don't worry! Everyone who participated in the Intercambios Connection is there to learn. Studying a bit before attending each session will help a lot.

What languages are exchanged?

There are participants from across the globe, so you can find speakers of all every popular languages. You may practice French, Italian, German, Portuguese, Spanish, English, etc.

How long are each Intercambio session?

That would depend on yourself and your practicing partner. You may arrange for 30 minutes, or longer. Many times, a session may last up to 2 hours or more. Some may choose to meet for coffee, or visit a museum, or you may get invited to go to the beach, join an all-day excursion, visit an interesting site in a close by city, attend a barbeque, join your Intercambio and his/her friends for a night out, etc.

Location: Argentina, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, Portugal, Spain, United Kingdom, United States


How to Join? Send contact information, details of languages that you speak, and the one you wish to practice, along with your location. Send email to

If you have any questions or suggestions feel free to let us know.

We offer students the option of volunteering while taking classes. There are a number of volunteer opportunities to choose from and these classes provide students with the possibility of using their Spanish in real life situations while supporting the local community.

What's included?

  • Working with Underprivileged Youth
  • Social Services
  • Tutoring and Academic Support
  • Teaching English
  • Volunteer with Senior Citizens
  • Fundraising
  • Environmental Volunteering
  • Helping People with Disabilities

Quick Facts

Start Dates                   Every Monday

Commitment                Average of 15 Hours per Week

Age                              18 yrs and Up

Price                            Volunteer placement

Spanish Level              Opportunities available for all Spanish levels

Duration                       Minimum 2 Weeks of Volunteer

Location                      Maximum 2 Hour Commute from the school

Schedule                     Morning or Afternoon

Volunteer Information

Since Argentina's economic breakdown in 2001, Argentina has faced varying degrees of financial challenges, in particular a rise in poverty levels and a lack of proper funding for education, public services and community development. As a result, various non-governmental organizations have stepped up to the challenge and have begun developing programs that focus on strengthening community aid programs and stimulating local growth.

Despite its recent troubles, Buenos Aires, Argentina remains a beautiful capital city rich in both Latin American and European cultural influences. From the lively streets of La Boca to the chic waterside district of Puerto Madero to the tango-inspired and bohemian San Telmo neighborhood, Buenos Aires offers an ideal environment for your unique Spanish and volunteer experience in Argentina.



Hours per week

Spanish level

Start date*

Teaching English

Volunteers will have the chance to volunteer in various schools, educational facilities and centers helping educate youths and adults in Buenos Aires.

Min. 15 hours

Beginner - Advanced

Any Monday

Volunteer in the Community

Our Volunteering in the community programs see volunteers working with locals to provide support and friendship.

Min. 15 hours

Beginner - Advanced

Any Monday

Volunteer with Senior Citizens

The Volunteering with Senior citizens programs offers participating volunteers the chance to work directly with senior citizens.

Min. 15 hours

Beginner - Advanced

Any Monday

Volunteer with Underprivileged Youth

This program is aimed at improving the overall quality of life of the underprivileged youth in Buenos Aires. Volunteers will be working closely with children to better their day-to-day lives and living environment.

Min. 15 hours

Beginner - Advanced

Any Monday

Teaching English is not available from December 10 to March 10, due to school holidays.

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