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Best law colleges in Argentina for 2021

Universidad Católica Argentina UCA

Argentina has an impressive literacy rate of 98.1% as they place particular importance on education. The courses here are so good that about 90,000 international students study in Argentina every year.

Since its community has many ethnicities and cultures, Argentina is a welcoming country for international students. And considering the standard of living, the cost of living is quite reasonable.

You can experience some lip-smacking food and top-quality wine in Argentina. The nightlife is lively, especially in cosmopolitan cities like Buenos Aires. You get to learn Spanish, which is the world’s second-most spoken language. Learning Spanish could also improve your career prospects.

Iguazu Falls and Los Glaciares National Park are two of Argentina’s best natural wonders. You can pay a visit to those and many of the kind in your free time.

Here’s our list of the top law colleges in Argentina:

  1. Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina Santa Maria de los Buenos Aires (UCA), Buenos Aires
    According to the CEOWORLD magazine University Rankings 2021, UCA is the seventh-best university in Argentina. It is recognized by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Science, and Technology of Argentina. It is averagely selective and requires you to pass an entrance examination to get in.
    The faculty has designed the curriculum so that you experience a healthy study-life balance so that you develop well. You can expect a personalized learning experience to help you pursue internships while you grow academically.
    Studying at UCA is not just about studying law, but also about your overall development. That is why past students have managed to do well in the legal field.
  2. Universidad de Palermo – Facultad de Derecho, Buenos Aires
    Universidad de Palermo is the 9th-best university in Argentina. It is one of the top 50 universities that are less than 50 years old, according to the CEOWORLD magazine rankings. You’ll need to pass the entrance examinations to get into this university accredited by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Science, and Technology of Argentina.
    It has strategic partnerships with some of the world’s best universities like Harvard, Yale, NYU, and USC. 28% of its 14,000 students are international students. With a student-to-faculty ratio of 8.9, you can expect the professors to address all your doubts and concerns.
  3. Universidad Torcuato Di Tella (UTDT), Buenos Aires
    UTDT adopts a multidisciplinary approach for an extensive learning experience. One-to-one attention from professors helps you develop well as a legal professional.
    The faculty prepares you to provide solutions to the challenges created by globalization. It helps you stay up to date with technological progress and to interact with professionals from other disciplines to effectively solve problems.
    You will gain experience by solving current problems and understand how law can be a tool to create positive social change. Thanks to the practical teaching methods, you can bridge the gap between the theory you learn in classes and solutions to the real-life issues you face in the real world.
  4. Universidad Austral – Facultad de Derecho, Buenos Aires
    The curriculum of Universidad Austral’s Faculty of Law gives a lot of importance to research. It also uses the case methodology so that you get a participatory experience. While knowledge is a must, the faculty also teaches you about virtues. They give you a personal learning experience so that you develop as an intellectual leader.
    That is how Universidad Austral strives to transform you into outstanding individuals committed to search for truth and to help the progress of society. According to CEOWORLD magazine Ranking by Subject, Universidad Austral is the second-best institute for legal studies and the best private institution for legal studies in Argentina.
  5. Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA) – Facultad de Derecho, Buenos Aires
    As per CEOWORLD magazine University Ranking by Subject, UBA is the best institution for legal studies in Argentina. It offers several research programs. You can get in touch with the faculty to get started with the same.
    To help you understand the global perspective, UBA allows its students to attend a foreign university for a semester. It also welcomes teachers from foreign universities to teach at UBA as a visiting faculty twice a year.
    Students at UBA get to participate in various international legal competitions. Upon the completion of your undergraduate program, you may continue your education at UBA with a master’s, Ph.D., or Postdoctoral degree.

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