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Study Spanish Abroad in Argentina

Interested in immersing yourself in the culture of Argentina? ¡Genial! Looking to learn some tango classes to go to a milonga? ¡Claro que sí! How about heading to Iguazu Falls, one of the great natural wonders of the world? ¡De una!

The benefits of learning Spanish in Argentina

  • Argentines are known for being friendly and for spending lots of time socializing
  • Buenos Aires has a fairly extensive and efficient public transportation system
  • It’s also known for its history of social justice movements for workers’ rights, LGBTQ rights, and many more
  • It offers a rich cultural experience, with a vibrant arts scene, music, dance (such as tango), and a diverse culinary landscape
  • There is no shortage of historic sites
  • Argentina is home to some of the most incredible natural wonders, including Iguazu Falls and Glaciers National Park

Program Info

Tuition Fees Average of $500/week with accommodation
Language levels Beginners and up
Location ?


In-country classes are when you travel overseas to study the language in a country where the language is spoken natively.

Minimum age 16
Frequency Start almost any Monday

Group Size

Average 7
Maximum 12

Course Timings

Duration Minimum of 1 week

Spanish in Buenos Aires

Two people dancing tango on a sidewalk.
Two people dancing tango on a sidewalk.
  • Located in the eastern part of the Argentina, along the southeastern shore of the Río de la Plata
  • Visit La Boca neighborhood famous for its vibrant street art, tango performances, and the iconic Caminito street
  • Join a guided tour of Teatro Colón, one of the world’s most renowned opera houses
  • Explore La Plaza de Mayo, the historical heart of the city surrounded by important government buildings, including the Casa Rosada
  • Explore Palermo on a city Ecobici or take a guided bike tour around the city
  • Marvel the extensive collections of Argentine and international art at the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes
  • Watch a professional football game at a bar like Locos X El Fútbol or play fúbtol with locals with BAFA

“Perfect week-long Spanish course. Everything took place in the best conditions. Very professional, pleasant and responsive team. The premises in Buenos Aires are really very beautiful. The teacher was great, dynamic and professional. Proposal of very varied extracurricular activities. Experience to recommend and repeat.”


Program Info

Tuition Fees Average of $500/week with accommodation
Language levels Beginners and up
Location ?


In-country classes are when you travel overseas to study the language in a country where the language is spoken natively.

Minimum age 16
Frequency Start almost any Monday

Group Size

Average 7
Maximum 12

Course Timings

Duration Minimum of 1 week


Choose your course type

Our study abroad partner school in Argentina offers different range of program formats to choose from:

International group classes (mornings only or mornings + afternoons)

This is where one of the big benefits of studying Spanish in Argentina becomes clear – your fellow classmates will be native to other countries. The common language in and out of the classroom is Spanish.

Your teachers in Argentina will all have learned to teach Spanish using the same methodology – one which lends itself to using Spanish every moment of your time together.

That may seem daunting at first, but because your classes will be at your level of Spanish, you really have nothing to worry about. Even if you’re a complete beginner, your Spanish teacher will make you feel comfortable and confident. And then the fun starts!

Extra private Spanish lessons in Buenos Aires

While you will usually attend group classes, it is generally possible to add a handful – maybe 5 or 10 per week – of private Spanish lessons where you’ll pay extra to have your own personal Spanish tutor.

Just like the private Spanish classes we offer at ILI, you’ll be able to use that private time to boost your learning, focus on a troublesome area of language, or prepare for a specific event or situation which can’t be covered easily in a group context.

Spanish + Tango

Our partner school also offers a package for you to combine Spanish lessons with 2 tango sessions per week for a memorable study abroad experience. Practice your Spanish skills while diving into the inspiring tango culture of Buenos Aires with one-of-a-kind lessons at a local tango school.

If you’re not sure which option is best for you, please contact us and we can discuss this with you.

Package options

Our partner school will help you with the whole package – everything you need to think about to get you from where you are now, to sitting in a sunny classroom somewhere in Buenos Aires, learning Spanish!

We know it can seem like a big leap, which is why we help you with all the moving parts:

Airport transfer (additional fee)

Your school can provide a customized airport transfer service for your convenience, ensuring a smooth journey from your arrival at the airport.

Should you require it, they can also arrange transportation back to the airport on the day of your departure.


They’ll advise you on the most popular accommodation options in each location, and they’ll do everything they can to support any special requirements you have.

Our colleagues at the school will then have you complete their forms to book you into the accommodation of your choice. It’s really that easy. Before you leave for Argentina, they’ll be in touch with all the contact details you need, along with clear instructions on how to find your accommodation, and travel between the accommodation and the school.

A wide and verdant view of Iguazu Falls in Argentina with blue skies and puffy clouds.
A view of the awe-inspiring power and beauty of Iguazu Falls in Argentina, a true wonder of the natural world.


One thing is certain, there will always be plenty to do when you’re studying Spanish abroad in Argentina. Sure, you’ll have your Spanish lessons each day from Monday to Friday, but that won’t generally take up the whole day, unless you book a very intensive Spanish course with extra private classes.

Our partner school organizes up to 4 free social activities a week after Spanish class for you to discover Buenos Aires. Many will be low-key social activities in and around the school, such as city walking tours or tango classes. However there will also be the opportunities to sign up to extra paid field trips – to visit local art galleries and museums, a palace or other famous monument during the week.

Then on the weekends, there will frequently be full-day excursions to neighbouring cities to consider, maybe a trip to a big soccer match, an exhilarating concert, moving piece of theatre, a trip to Iguazu Falls, one of the great natural wonders of the world…. you get the idea!

And of course, if all that sounds like too much, these activities are optional. You can kick back, go find a cafe or a park, and watch the world go by.

Beautiful Malbec vineyard in the Mendoza wine region.
Beautiful Malbec vineyard in the Mendoza wine region.

If you require a different course duration or a different class time to usual, please get in touch and we’ll tell you what’s possible and provide you with a quote.


Frequently Asked Questions

We’re certain that you’ll have plenty of questions ahead of booking a Spanish in Argentina language program, and that’s why we’re here to help.

Here are some of the questions we get asked the most. Please use the form below to get in touch, and we’ll be right back to you.

Selected FAQs

We are accredited by the International Association of Language Centres (IALC) and have created great partnerships with other small language schools around the world.

We have sent students to a number of schools and in exchange we receive a commission on the student’s tuition for the recommendation at no extra cost to you. We put this money towards our Free English Program for Immigrants and Refugees. This helps close the gap on funding we receive from the state of Massachusetts and what the program actually costs to run.

Most of our partner schools have a minimum of one week requirement for their language travel program so you can go for a week or more!

Most of our partners offer homestay, shared or studio apartments options.

Yes. Many of our partner schools offer language classes for younger kids as well so there could be opportunities to plan a family language travel experience depending on your destination.

Yes. Many of our partners offer Language + Activity type of courses. Here are some example courses: Spanish and cooking; French and wine tasting; Italian and fashion; Portuguese and surfing and many more combinations.

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Ready to get started with your Spanish Language Travel?

Booking a Study Abroad experience through ILI couldn’t be easier! Simply follow the steps below to get started:

  1. Complete our online form.
  2. We’ll be in touch if you need help narrowing down your destination.
  3. We’ll put you in touch with our partner school for additional details and clarifications.
  4. You book your chosen program directly with them!

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