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2017 International Programs - Fact Sheet
The Universidad del CEMA’s mission is to contribute to the growth, development and well
being of our community by generating the knowledge and forming the leaders that will
transform and develop the worlds of business, academia and public policy.
It will be a great pleasure to welcome you to our University, and we hope to see you in Buenos
Aires in the near future.
This fact sheet is a guide for you to complete your application to our international programs. The
deadlines to do so are as follows:
• Attending during the 1st semester (March – July 2017): October 15, 2016
• Attending during the 2nd semester (August – December 2017): April 15, 2017
• Attending during the 1st quarter (March – June 2017): October 15, 2016
• Attending during the 2nd quarter (June – September 2017): February 15, 2017
• Attending during the 3rd quarter (September – December 2017): May 15, 2017
Even though we welcome graduate students in either of the three quarters mentioned above, most of them
visit us on the 3rd quarter. In case you have the chance to choose, we encourage you to join them in
You will also find useful information for exchange students at our website:
If you have any further questions regarding your exchange at our University, please do not hesitate
to contact us.
We look forward to meeting you soon!
María Eugenia Napolitano
A B O U T U C E M A
The Universidad del CEMA is a non-profit organization that currently offers seven undergraduate
programs, nine graduate programs, and four executive programs within the areas of business,
finance, economics, systems engineering and political science. This academic offer is
complemented by actualization programs and customized programs designed for individual firms.
At present time the University has 183 professors in its faculty, 4123 alumni and 1179 students.
The Universidad del CEMA’s mission is to contribute to the growth, development and well being of
our community by generating the knowledge and forming the leaders that will transform and
develop the worlds of business, academia and public policy.
Key Differentiating Factors:
Commitment to Research and Teaching: Teaching and research are core activities at UCEMA,
integrated and taken seriously. We have a large staff of full time professors, devoted to teaching
and research, but allowed to do some consulting for companies and government.
Integration of Theory and Practice: UCEMA programs prepare people for action. Students are
trained in the latest theories and models, seen as valuable tools that can be used to analyze and
solve applied problems.
Relevance and Institutional Impact: our students are trained on issues that are key to pursue
transformational leadership roles, and leave UCEMA prepared to have an impact in their
community. UCEMA itself as an institution and many of its faculty have played transformational
leadership roles in the community. So have our alumni.
Education Impact on Career Development: our educational programs are known to improve and
broaden a person’s possibilities of employment.
Academic Freedom: we are firm believers in hiring the best faculty and letting them do what they
know, in the framework of the highest standards of academic freedom.
Continuous Education: UCEMA offers its alumni a wide variety of graduate programs and other
continuous learning activities such as Seminars, Congresses, Workshops, etc. A main role of our
formal educational process is to provide a solid foundation so the individual can take part in a
constant process of learning. Students learn to learn, and we keep them inquisitive and
intellectually active for life.
Modern Curricula: the job market is being constantly renewed. A great part of the specific
knowledge that students acquire during their formal education can become obsolete. UCEMA
performs periodic revisions and updating of contents in order to have the most relevant and up-to
A Network of Valuable Relationships: belonging to UCEMA means becoming part of a network of
over 5,000 students and alumni, many of whom occupy leadership positions in the community.
UCEMA keeps close ties with the business community.
A C A D E M I C C A L E N D A R 2 0 1 6
The academic year starts in March and ends in December. All classes - undergraduate and
graduate programs’ classes - take place during this period.
Summer holidays: January / February
UCEMA is closed during January due to Summer holidays.
During February, the university is open only for administrative purposes.
A P P L I C A T I O N P R O C E S S http://www.ucema.edu.ar/exchange-students-partner-universities/admission
Partner Universities must nominate their candidates by email to email@example.com.
Partner Universities must submit the following documentation electronically for each one of
them, prior to the deadlines specified above:
1. Application Form:
a. Students must fill out the online application form, print it and sign it.
b. Home University should verify the information and sign it prior to send UCEMA a
scanned copy of it.
2. Course Preference: Complete the online form.
3. Academic Transcript (Official transcript in English or Spanish)
4 . Copy of Passport: (where your personal details and photo appear)
5 . Curriculum Vitae / Resumé
6 . Jpeg. passport Photo
7 . Statement of Purpose (maximum one page in length) detailing their academic goals and
reasons for participating in the exchange program.
8 . Proof of Spanish Language Proficiency (only for candidates interested in Classes taught in
Spanish, if first language is not Spanish)
Once the applications are received and approved, we will send the students the acceptance letters
and detailed information about how and where they will have to apply for the student visa or
••• HEALTH INSURANCE
For completing their enrolment to UCEMA’s International Programs, exchange students must send
copy of Health Insurance with coverage for Argentina valid during the whole period they will study
They must submit proof of this requirement once they are admitted to UCEMA and prior to their
arrival to Argentina.
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C O U R S E S
Courses at UCEMA are offered in Spanish so students should have a working knowledge of the
Spanish Language prior to the beginning of classes (upper intermediate level).
Courses taught in English: The MBA program offers 3 courses taught in English during the 3rd
Quarter. Only Graduate Students can apply for those courses.
Exchange students could register in a minimum of 2 classes up to a maximum of 4 (per semester /
quarter) from the following programs:
••• UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
Economics |Political Science | Business Administration |International Relations |Marketing
Computer Engineering |Public Accountant
Before making a final decision regarding the courses to take, all UNDERGRADUATE students are
free to attend different courses during the first two weeks of classes. This is the “two-week drop-
add period”; it is possible to switch on and off classes during these two weeks. Courses will be
allocated on a first come - first served basis.
List of available undergraduate courses:
1st semester (March – July)
2nd semester (August – December)
••• GRADUATE STUDENTS
MBA |Master in Agribusiness | Master in Finance (Some Courses) | Master in Political Science
Graduate students will be registered to courses before arriving to UCEMA. They don’t have the
possibility to drop courses afterwards. Courses will be allocated on a first come - first served basis.
List of available graduate courses:
1st quarter (March – June)
2nd quarter (June – September)
3rd quarter (September – December)
I M M I G R A T I O N M A T T E R S : S T U D E N T V I S A / R E S I D E N C E P E R M I T
All nationalities must apply for a student visa or residence permit to study in Argentina. According
to the current Argentinean Immigration Law, students holding a tourist visa will not be able to
study in Argentina.