|Host Institution Website:||Click to visit|
|Program Sponsor:||Loyola Marymount University|
|Dates / Deadlines:|
|Term||Year||App Deadline||Decision Date||Start/Arrival Date||End/Departure Date|
|NOTE: If application deadline has passed, email Christina Andrick at email@example.com to see if more spaces are available.|
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|Class Standing:||-Sophomore, Junior, Senior||Minimum GPA:||3.00|
|Language of Instruction:||English||Language Prerequisite:||Spanish 102 or equivalent|
|Housing Option(s):||Communal House||Credit Type:||LMU Credit & Grades|
|Financial Aid Applicability:||All Financial Aid (Institutional, Federal and State)||Faculty Program Director:||Dr. Jennifer Abe|
|Interview with Faculty Program Director or Designee Required?:||Yes||Study Abroad Advisor:||Christina Andrick|
|Study Abroad Advising Meeting Required?:||Yes||Application Fee:||$100|
|Areas of Study:||Catholic Studies, Economics, Foreign Literature in Translation, History, Liberal Arts, Liberal Studies, Modern Languages, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Spanish, Theological Studies||Semester Study Abroad Information Session:||Yes|
Casa de la Mateada is a different kind of study abroad experience. It offers a rare and exciting opportunity for students to experience praxis, community living, critical analysis and reflection, and spiritual formation in the dynamic city of Córdoba, Argentina. Offered in partnership between Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles (LMU) and the Universidad Católica de Córdoba (UCC), this program reflects and embodies the Jesuit values at the heart of these two universities. Especially important is the Ignatian ideal of a “well-educated solidarity,” a concept students in the program engage on many different levels--from the types of courses offered, to the intimate setting in which they are housed, and to the direct way they engage the Argentine communities with whom they work. Students spend a semester immersing themselves in the rich and complex cultural, social, political and historical realities of Argentina, learning to accompany those living on the margins, while also being challenged to grow and develop as persons for others.
Check out the Casa Website for more in-depth information!
Argentina is a beautiful and geographically diverse country that offers many opportunities for exploring its breathtaking nature and cosmopolitan cities. The country combines Latin American and European traditions into a distinctive, edgy and captivating culture. With so much to explore throughout Argentina and its neighboring countries, you won’t want to leave!
ACADEMICSPHIL/THST 398 The Practice of Everyday life (3 units + 1 unit fieldwork)