When selecting graduate courses, please take into consideration that:
- We highly recommend European Master-level students take upper-year (4th and 5th year) undergraduate courses.
- All graduate programs at UTDT are part-time and usually meet weekly from 7 to 10 pm since graduate students work full-time.
- Course dates may be modified at the last minute
- Only students who have completed at least 4 years of university-level studies will be allowed to register for Master level courses.
- Unless otherwise stated, courses are taught in Spanish.
- Class attendance is mandatory; students must attend at least 80% of the classes of each course.
- Space for exchange students in graduate courses is limited. Every effort to accommodate your request for enrollment will be made, but some courses fill quickly and full courses are not overridden. Therefore, several preferences should be submitted in the form to ensure that your needs will be met.
Course registration process
In the Application Form please complete the course selection with up to 6 courses in order of preference. We will pre-register you in them. Since course times are published approximately 2 weeks before the semester begins, we will confirm your registration during the Orientation Program. You will only be able to try and add or drop courses during the first week of classes. After this period all courses will appear on your transcript with a grade.
Since many European universities are closed during August, it is very important that students coming for the second semester have more courses pre-approved than those they will end up taking as after the add/drop period it is not possible to add new courses.
Request the course offer at email@example.com
|Program||1st Quarter||2nd Quarter||3rd Quarter|
|Master in Political Science**||March 14 - May 20 (2022)||June 6 - August 26 (2022)||September 12 - November 25 (2022)|
|Master in Economics||March 8 - June 4||June 7 - September 17||September 20 - December 17|
|Master in International Studies**||March 14 - May 20 (2022)||June 6 - August 26 (2022)||September 12 - November 25 (2022)|
|Master in Finance||March 7 - June 4 (2022)||June 13 - September 10 (2022)||September 19 - December 17 (2022)|
|Master in Public Policy||March 9 - June 5 (2022)||June 8 - September 11 (2022)||September 14 - December 11 (2022)|
|Master in Urban Economics||March 9 - June 5 (2022)||June 8 - September 11 (2022)||September 14 - December 11 (2022)|
Master in Business Administration (MBA) courses are only open to students who are at least 26 years of age and have a minimum of three years of professional experience in Business.
The courses open for exchange and free mover students are Business in Argentina: Understanding Emerging Markets and MBA Summer Camp, both taught in English, and the electives, offered in Spanish, taught over one to nine weeks from late May through late July. To access the list of electives offered each year, which are published in early March, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Master in Law and Economics courses are taught in five modules, each lasting two months: March - May | May - July | August - September | September - October | October - December. All courses are taught in Spanish except for:
April 11 - 14, 2022
June 27 - 30, 2022 (TBC)
July 18 - 21, 2022 (TBC)
Master in Management & Analytics courses are taught in five modules, each lasting two months: January - March | March - May | May - July | August - October | October - December. All courses are in Spanish except for:
February - March 2022
August - October 2022 (TBC)
**In the Master´s Programs in International Studies and Political Science professors may take up to 50 days after completion of the course to submit grades. Therefore, it is important to be aware of this time frame if a transcript is needed for commencement or enrollment shortly after the exchange period at UTDT.