Together with the UNCuyo, the MAZA University, the Congress University and 25 universities from all over the country, the city of Buenos Aires launched a new call for scholarships to promote federal mobility of students and the cultural exchange between the Argentine provinces for the second quarter of 2022.
The program allows you to take an exchange semester at institutions in the city and province of Buenos Aires, Córdoba, Entre Ríos, Mendoza, Neuquén, Río Negro, Salta and Santa Fe. There is time to register until July 1.
Undergraduate university students who are enrolled in one of the more than 300 careers of the 25 participating universities may apply to obtain one of the 50 scholarships available for mobility between the months of August and December 2022. The scholarship covers the Round-trip transportation and accommodation in the city where the destination university is located. In the first two editions of the program, 1,400 students from all over the country signed up.
To apply for the scholarships, it is necessary to complete a degree course at one of the universities that are part of the program, have between 30% and 70% of the course passed with an average greater than or equal to 6. Students must apply to your university the corresponding endorsement and complete the registration and documentation forms available at https://estudioenba.buenosaires.gob.ar/articulos/view/Noticias/53. Registration will be open until Friday, July 1.
The scholarship will be implemented in the second quarter of 2022, between August and December, subject to the necessary sanitary conditions that allow the transfer of students and their stay in the destination cities.
The initiative is part of the Study in BA program, with which the Buenos Aires government promotes the arrival of students from all over the country. It is promoted by the Undersecretariat for University Promotion and Development and the Banco Ciudad Foundation. The universities that participate in the initiative are the University of Buenos Aires, the National University of Córdoba, the National University of Comahue, the National University of the Litoral, the National University of Cuyo, the Technological Institute of Buenos Aires, the Inter-American Open University, the Argentine Catholic University, the Catholic University of Salta, the University of Belgrano, the University of Concepción del Uruguay, the University of Congress, the University of Flores, the University of the Merchant Navy, the University of Palermo, the University of Salvador, the MAZA University, the National University of Hurlingham, the National University of Mar del Plata, the National University of Quilmes, the National University of San Martín, the National University of Tres de Febrero, the National University of Arts, the Provincial University of Ezeiza and the National University of the Center of the Province of Buenos Aires.