Nomination and Application Process for Exchange Students
Exchange students coming from partner universities must be nominated by their home institution.
First Semester(March-July): October 1
Second Semester(August–December): March 15
First Semester(March-July): November 1
Second Semester(August–December): April 15
Please complete the online application form and send the following supporting documents scanned via email to email@example.com . Please do not send paper hard copies.
ONLINE APPLICATION FORM (click here)
- Passport(photo and personal info page)
- Official University Transcript(including the most recent semester)
- Documentation of Spanish Language Proficiency
- Photograph(passport size)
- Statement of Purpose for participating in exchange program(in Spanish)
- Acknowledgement of Risks and Release of Responsibility [download]
- Health Form[download]
- Application Form (dowload)
- Health Insurance Form (download)
Incomplete applications will not be processed!
You should expect to receive an email with the admission decision approximately 3 weeks after the application deadline.
Statement Regarding Spanish Language Proficiency:
The Universidad Torcuato Di Tella recommends a high level of Spanish language proficiency in order to have a successful and rewarding semester or year at our institution.We recommend that students have completed at least 2 years of college level Spanish.Students with Spanish skills below this level often struggle to comprehend lectures and seminars and keep up with the demanding weekly reading assignments that are part of each course offered here at UTDT.
In order to protect our students, UTDT requires that all exchange students purchase health insurance from a local Argentine provider that includes coverage for the student in country as well as for medical evacuation and repatriation (for coverage limits,please contact our office).
To facilitate this process, UTDT offers a special plan provided by Hospital Británico . Once covered by the plan, UTDT students have access to medical appointments,tests and emergencies without the need for prior approval from the insurance company. To see further details of the coverage,please click here. You may also contact María Rosa Oldani o Beatriz Correa (firstname.lastname@example.org o email@example.com) directly for more detailed information.
Students with pre-existing conditions that may not be covered by local insurance should contact our office before arrival to discuss their medical needs and insurance coverage.
Students who wish to purchase alternative local coverage are free to do so,and must send the details of said coverage to the International Programs Office before arrival for its approval.