Language Tourism in Córdoba

Numbers of Spanish students in Córdoba

Córdoba has an old university education tradition. The public National University (Universidad Nacional de Córdoba) is the fourth oldest in Latin America. and the National Technological University, the Catholic University of Argentina first established in 1613. There are several universities in Córdoba like the National Technological University (Universidad Tecnológico), the Catholic University, the private University "Blas Pascal" and the University "21th Century" (Siglo 21). The offered academic educational program is very wide, highlighting the numerous master's and doctoral programs.

Tourism in the Province of Córdoba

Tourism in Córdoba

Tourism in Córdoba surprises foreign visitors with its numerous attractions, framed by the various north-south mountain ridges. Its rivers, creeks and lakes, its endless woodlands in the south and semi-arids desert in the north, its mild mediterranean weather and its unique natural scenes of the Sierras lure visitors to this privileged province year round.

Working Holiday Visa for Argentina

Jobbing in Argentina

If you plan to travel to Argentina please consider that you might be eligible to obtain a working holiday visa depending on your nationality. Like a variety of other countries although South Amercian second important economy Argentina maintains bilateral agreements with certain countries upon youth working exchange programs offering specific visa schemes. One of them is the famous Working Holiday Visa targeting young traveller between 18 – 30 years who likes to partial finance their long term stays by engaging in paid jobs while visiting the country.


Some Argentinism

Like every country or region has its own accent and words also Argentina developed typical expressions. Argentina is a country full of immigrants or descendants of immigrants, mainly from Italy, Spain and other European countries. Every immigrant enriches the language with new phrases and words. You also must know that in Argentina and in South America nobody speaks “Español”…. They call it “Castellano”. Castellano just means the South American Spanish.

Here some common “argentinisms” (Argentinean words or expressions).