Although most of the lectures and workshops will be held in the premises of the Faculty of Law of the University of Buenos Aires (UBA), some lectures and conferences may be held in a different location.
Admitted applicants will be informed of the precise locations of the lectures, workshops, and conferences in due course.
The address of the Faculty of Law of the University of Buenos Aires is the following: 2263 Figueroa Alcorta Avenue, City of Buenos Aires.
Although most classes will be taught in English, some lectures or conferences may be held in Spanish. Participants are therefore expected to be fluent in English and have at least a passive knowledge of Spanish.
No specific dress code is required for the courses taking place at the UBA. Workshops and conferences held in other locations may however require a business formal attire. Participants will be informed at the beginning of the program which events have a specific dress code.
LAIAC does not provide accommodation for participants.
A list of hotels is available here and a list of hostels close to the UBA is available below:
Practical Information about Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires is the main destination in Latin America for foreign students. The QS rankings features the city as the best one for students in the Spanish-speaking world and the Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA) as the highest ranked university in Latin America.
Buenos Aires is world-known for its diversity, preserved Eclectic European architecture, vibrant arts and cultural scenes, renowned nightlife, enticing cuisine, and of being open and friendly to foreigners.
Information to discover this multifaceted city of Buenos Aires is available here.
The Government of the City of Buenos Aires provides foreign students coming to study in Buenos Aires with a Welcome Kit, which includes a 40% discount on the shuttle bus from Ministro Pistarini International Airport (EZE), a SIM card, a SUBE and Eco-Bici public transport cards, and special rates for students’ first few nights in Buenos Aires (for more information click here.