Universidad del CEMA

The University of CEMA is a private university formally recognised by the Ministry of Education of Argentina.

CEMA is a small, boutique, highly specialised university and currently offer undergraduate and postgraduate programmes within areas of expertise such as: business, finance, economics, systems engineering and political science. UCEMA is located in downtown Buenos Aires, at the heart of the financial and cultural activity of the country.

 

Campus facilities

IT and Library

The two main buildings are fully equipped with the latest technology and include the “Adrian Guissarri” Library and Documentation Centre (containing more than 29000 volumes), an Auditorium, a space for art exhibitions, an information and computing centre, a reading room and several study rooms located throughout the University’s facilities.

Other (Gym, clubs and societies)

CEMA receives excellent feedback on their modern facilities from previous students.  

http://www.ucema.edu.ar/foreign-students

Academic calendar

Academic Calendar

(Note that Semester 1 in Argentina is what we would consider to be Spring semester and Semester 2 is our Autumn semester)

Autumn Semester : early-August to mid-December

Spring Semester  : early-March to mid-July

Academic life

The principal method of instruction takes place in the form of lectures. Most modules are assessed based on one exam or paper counting as the only grade in the class. Some professors may also give midterm exams or papers. In general it is assumed that the student has no previous knowledge and you will therefore be required to work hard to obtain a good grade.

In general for each module UCEMA you should consider the following items:

- 2 exams
- 1 make up exam
- class participation
- coursework

Courses at UCEMA are graded on a ten-point scale. The maximum possible grade for a course is 10. The minimum passing grade is 4. Below 4, students simply receive a grade of 0 (failed).

In addition, students are required to maintain a point grade average of 6 in order to graduate from their program. Thus, 4 and 5 are considered marginal grades, and students can afford to receive them only exceptionally.

Moreover, you have to consider that to be able to take the final exam you should have a minimun of 80% attendance in classes. UCEMA is strict of its attendance policy.

If you don't have the % of attendance in classes, you will fail and get a 0 as a final note in your transcript.

For more information on studying in Argentina please visit: http://estudiarenargentina.siu.edu.ar/

Workload

You are required to enrol in 4 courses per SPA semester from the subjects approved by EBSL.

Please note the following when selecting your modules:

  • You may not enrol in any course that you have previously taken at EBS London, Regent's University

  • Ensure the module you are interested in is running in your SPA semester

  • Courses must be one semester long. Students may not be allowed to take year long courses

  • You must take a minimum of 20 ECTS or equivalent, this can includes one language course

  • All courses must be taught and examined in the target SPA language

  • You must submit your Learning Agreement with the courses you have registered for no later than three

Spanish courses

Universidad del CEMA offers Spanish courses during the semester, free of charge for international students.

 

Passing requirements

Students must pass a minimum of 3 courses per semester during their Study Period Abroad. Students must sit all the exams and complete all assignments for the courses they have registered for.

Students are permitted to take resit exams on SPA at UCEMA.

If you fail to meet these requirements, you will be required to make up the missing credits.

Please contact the Outbound Unit (outbound@regents.ac.uk) for more details.

 

 

Disability provisions

Please contact the IPO for more information regarding the support services at UCEMA.

Lifestyle

Buenos Aires 

Capital of the Argentine Republic is located on the River Plate coast. The Río de la Plata and the Riachuelo are the natural borders of the city on the east and south, respectively. The rest of the metropolitan perimeter is surrounded by the General Paz Avenue from north to west. This avenue provides a fast connection between the city and the Greater Buenos Aires, a densely populated area with important business and industrial activity.

The climate of Buenos Aires is mild all year round. The mean annual temperature is 18º C (64.4º F), making extremely hot and cold days very infrequent. In summer, the weather is hot and humid. Rains are more frequent in autumn and spring (from March to June and from September to December, respectively).

For more information please visit:

Tourism Argentina: www.turismo.gov.ar/

About Argentina: www.destinationargentina.com/

City of Buenos Aires guide: http://www.turismo.buenosaires.gob.ar/es

For more information please view the Country Information Packs available on the IPO Study Abroad pages on Blackboard. Click here to log into Blackboard.

Accommodation

International students are responsible for finding, arranging and paying housing fees while they are studying at the University of CEMA. While the university does not have on-campus housing, UCEMA do maintain and provide an updated list of housing options in the city of Buenos Aires: student residences, host families, hotels, hostels, apartments.

Please contact UCEMA directly to request the housing list exchange@ucema.edu.ar

or

http://www.ucema.edu.ar/cgi-bin/webmailer/webmailer.pl?key=18371

 

Cost of living

Monthly estimated Living Expenses (in Argentine pesos)

Accommodation: Shared apartments minimum $ 1000 Non Shared apartments minimum $ 2500

Meals: $ 1200

Study material and photocopies: $ 150

Transportation: $ 150

Entertainment: $ 600

Miscellaneous: $ 200

http://www.ucema.edu.ar/foreign/ba_living_expenses.html

Tips

Student feedback can be found on Blackboard. Click here to log into Blackboard.

Application

Students who have been nominated to study at Universidad del CEMA will be sent an application pack via email the semester before they are due to start their SPA.

Health Insurance  

You must provide evidence of having an appropriate, comprehensive health insurance. This is usually required at the time of submitting your application.

Visa requirements

Once you are admitted to UCEMA, the office at UCEMA will inform you where and how you will have to apply for the student visa or residence permit, since this will depend on your country of birth and type of exchange programme.

ARGENTINE CONSULATES

http://www.ucema.edu.ar/foreign/download/consulados_arg.pdf

Argentine Consulate General in London

65 Brook Street London W1K 4AH United Kingdom

Tel.: 020 7318 1300, Fax: 020 7318 1301

http://www.argentine-embassy-uk.org/index.shtml

This is for your information only, it is the student's responsibility to obtain the correct visa.

Contact

Avenida Córdoba 374
Buenos Aires
C1054AAP

Contact: Mayra Soledad De Laurentiis
Phone: (54-11) 6314-3031
Fax: (54-11) 4314-1654
Email: msdelaure@cema.edu.ar
http://www.cema.edu.ar

Please note: The information on this page is accurate at the time of publishing. Some details have been sourced from external websites.

 

 

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Country: Argentina
Language of tuition: Spanish
Level of study: Undergraduate
Partner type: Bilateral Exchange partner

Applicable Regent's programmes for a study period abroad: