"We know we cannot plant seeds with closed fists. To sow, we must open our hands."

Adolfo Perez Esquivel

activist, artist and writer.
1980 Nobel Peace Prize laureate
"Cuando no se tiene el coraje de vivir como se piensa, se termina por pensar como se vive."

Victoria Ocampo

writer and intellectual (1890-1979)
"So plant your own gardens and decorate your own soul, instead of waiting for someone to bring you flowers."

Jorge Luis Borges

"If I have to apply five turns to the screw each day for the happiness of Argentina, I will do it."

Evita Peron

"No es necesario decir todo lo que se piensa; lo que sí es necesario es pensar todo lo que se dice."

Joaquín Salvador Lavado

Argentine cartoonist; creator of Mafalda
"Siempre creí que este país
merecía ser distinto.
Que un día íbamos a reunirnos todos y el
destino cambiaría."

Alicia Moreau de Justo

physician, politician, pacifist and human rights activist (1885-1986)
"But what is memory if not the language of feeling, a dictionary of faces and days and smells which repeat themselves like the verbs and adjectives in a speech, sneaking in behind the thing itself, into the pure present, making us sad or teaching us vicariously..."

Julio Cortázar

Fall 2021 Study Abroad Resumption Plans

We are pleased to be able to resume CASA Barcelona, CASA Granada, CASA Seville and CASA Trinity for the Fall 2021 semester. Note that program start dates, co-curricular activities, academic offerings, and other logistics may be adjusted in order to comply with health and safety considerations on site.

Informed by a careful consideration of public health conditions, travel restrictions or other factors, CASA Argentina, CASA Brazil, CASA Chile and CASA Cuba will continue to be suspended for the Fall 2021 semester. Students are encouraged to be in touch directly with their study abroad advisor with any questions.


Buenos Aires SkylineA vibrant and cosmopolitan hub of multiculturalism, Buenos Aires continues to welcome and embrace immigration as it enriches both the city and the country. Students can study about human rights and learn from different civic engagement, in academic and non-academic settings. The city offers a dynamic and exciting urban environment for the appreciation of Argentine arts, culture, public and private education and a diverse society constantly changing due to its historical development between prosperity and political and economic crises. Volunteering opportunities and community service are available to all students to participate in local and international public and private organizations.

The CASA-Buenos Aires program provides undergraduate students with the unique opportunity for full immersion in Argentine culture and the Spanish language, while receiving transfer credit to apply toward their home university degree. Students take a Pro-Seminar course as well as local university courses with Argentinean students, completed at one or more of four top local universities: Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA), Universidad Torcuato Di Tella (UTDT), Universidad de San Andrés, and Universidad Nacional de las Artes. The CASA-Buenos Aires staff assist students with course selection and provide individual academic advising. An orientation program assists students in learning about the Argentine lifestyle and helps familiarize them with Buenos Aires and the country's cultural history, politics, and literature. CASA-Buenos Aires also offers cultural activities, local excursions, and lectures to introduce participants to the local context.