Argentine Exchange Program
Each year Trinity participates in student exchanges with a school in Buenos Aires, Argentina. A group of students from Argentina visits Trinity for a month, and Trinity students visit Argentina in June.
While on exchange, students attend classes, live with a host family and visit cultural sites of interest. Trinity students are eligible for academic credit for their time in Argentina. The exchange aims to broaden the student’s cultural awareness and Spanish language skills.
If you have questions about the program please contact:
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