Quick Info

  • Buenos AIres
  • Fall, Spring, Year (Fall and Spring)
  • : Exchange
  • : Engineering, Bioengineering, Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Latin American Studies
  • : Fall, Spring, or Full Year -
  • : Pitt tuition and fees; additional costs listed below
  • : Spring: Sunday, 9/24; Fall/Academic Year: Sunday, 2/25
  • : Engineering Students Only

Academics

Use the link below to see if the specific departments offer the types of courses you would like to take while studying abroad.  We suggest you review available courses with your academic advisor prior to applying to the program.

Academic Departments:

Most courses at ITBA are taught in Spanish; however, there are a limited number of courses offered in English (For more information about courses offered in English, please contact the International Relations Office).  Applicants must have completed 2 years of Spanish at the university level by the time of application.  Students who do not meet this requirement will be accepted contingent upon successful completion of the Intensive Spanish Course at ITBA.   For more information about course offerings, please review the course catalog.  The following disciplines are available:

  • Administration and Information Systems
  • Bioengineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Computer Science Engineering
  • Electronic Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Naval Architecture
  • Oil Engineering

Student Life

The ITBA Students' Center (CEITBA) aims to provide a comprehensive experience to students by organizing competitions, conferences, language courses and student activities, including various sports.  Take part in one of the many student groups dedicated to diverse pursuits, such as photography, chesss, or welding!  For more information about the Students' Center, please visit the CEITBA website.

Housing

ITBA does not offer on-campus housing.  Thus, each student is responsible for making living arrangements.  There are many types of housing available to students in Buenos Aires, including hostels, bed and breakfasts, student residences, home stays, apartments, and hotels. 

For further information, please e-mail the International Relations Office at ITBA: relacionesinternacionales@itba.edu.ar.

Pricing And Dates

 

You will pay tuition and fees to the University of Pittsburgh. If you have a tuition scholarship, please check with the entity providing the scholarship to confirm coverage for studying abroad.

Personal expenses vary among individual students. Wondering about the cost of living? You can review the GE3 website for more information. 

Inclusions & Exclusions

While you will pay Pitt tuition and fees, keep in mind that you are also responsible for the following:

  • Study Abroad Administrative Fee ($400.00)
  • Airfare (round trip ~$1,000.00 - $2,000)
  • Room and board
  • Personal expenses (depends on personal spending habits)
  • Heath Insurance (depends on partner institution)

The University of Pittsburgh provides comprehensive health insurance as a part of studying abroad. More information about the type of insurance and coverage can be provided to you by the Engineering International Programs office.  However, you might need to purchase additional insurance if the school you will attend requires you to purchase a specific health insurance per their regulations. It is your responsibility to ensure you know the cost of that insurance prior to committing to the program. 

Special Information

Questions about scholarships? Check out our scholarship page and note that SSoE has a scholarship specifically for engineering students

There are many other national scholarships you can review. Begin to search for scholarships on the Institute of International Education website. 

Ready to get started on your application?  

Program Staff

Dr. Diane Hardy Saran

Walk-In Advising Hours:

Buna! That’s hello in Romanian. 
After returning from being a Peace Corp volunteer in Transylvania- I decided to work in the field of international education helping international students.  Life took me back to Buffalo, NY (where I grew up- land of chicken wings)- and I worked for SUNY Buffalo for many years assisting international students and scholars.  In 2010, I moved to the ‘Burgh- and am now assisting engineering students to study abroad. 
For fun I enjoy volunteering with my therapy dog Nora, yoga and fitness, international films, crocheting, and travel (of course).

Come talk with me about studying abroad! 

dmhardy@pitt.edu |  412-624-9823 | 152 Benedum Hall

@SSoEIntPrograms     |    www.facebook.com/SSOEIntProg

 

Dr. Kristine Lalley

Walk-In Advising Hours:

Bonjour! I became the Swanson School’s first Director of International Initiatives in August 2007. In this role I have collaborated with Swanson School faculty members to create international education opportunities for engineering students- including studying abroad, international internships and service learning projects along with other research opportunities abroad. I have also conducted research on learning processes in the context of international education. I studied in Paris, France during my junior year and continue to love visiting countries around the world whenever possible, learning as much as I can about other cultures. I enjoy supporting engineering students and seeing them change from their experiences abroad. 

Come talk with me about studying abroad!

Krl33@pitt.edu |  412-624-3489 | 152 Benedum Hall

@SSoEIntPrograms   |    www.facebook.com/SSOEIntProg