For local students interested in making an exchange, there are a few steps to follow common to all trips abroad that should be taken into account when planning your trip. Firstly it is advisable to consult about the offer of scholarships available in the Faculty of Economics.
In addition, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) offers airfare benefits for studying abroad. For more information access the official website: http://argentina.iom.int/co/como-solicitar-beneficios-en-pasajes.
What is a student academic mobility?
In which a student attends a quater / semester of his/her career in a Universities abroad with which UNICEN has an agreement with the possibility of academic recognition.
It is advisable that the student has investigated the lists of courses of related careers. This will simplify the process of authorization of the courses taken, which consists of a previous interpretation of the responsible professor to ensure the possibility of equivalence. This will allow the student to continue advancing in his career and to know the different methods of teaching as well as to meet with different cultures.
Requirements for an exchange:
It is necessary to be a student enrolled in the Faculty of Economics for the academic cycle in which the exchange will be requested. At the same time, it is advaisable to be an advanced studient in the careers of Public Accounting, Administration or in Business Economics attending courses of at least 3 or 4 year. Although it is not an exclusive requirement, it is recommended to have prior knowledge of the language of the destination country.
Requirements for traveling abroad:
You must have a Valid Passport, the same can be processed in the Civil Registry of "25 de Mayo 650" or "Quintana 648". For more information on costs and delivery times, go to the following page www.argentina.gob.ar/tramitar-el-pasaporte.
In all exchange situations that are carried out through a collaboration agreement with the host university, the Faculty of Cs. Economics guarantees the benefit of the tariff exemption at the destination University. However, each student is personally responsible for contracting a compulsory medical insurance to perform the academic exchange.