Located in SE of South America, surrounded by Bolivia, Paraguay, Brazil, the South Atlantic Ocean, & Chile. The climate is from tropical to sub polar. Argentina has 5.28 tourists a year, with a population of 37 million, it is a country of immigrants. Spanish is the dominant language. It is the home of the Tango & Argentine Rock is a distinct style. Pasta, sausage & Criollo style food is popular & it has the highest consumption of red meat in the world. “Mate”, similar to tea & fine wines are easily found. “Pato” is played on horseback & of course football is very popular. Famous Argentinians include Maradona, Carlos Monzon, Fangio, Guillermo Vilas, Pope Francis & Queen Maxima. Argentina is a horse loving country & racing, polo & the annual Dakkar car rally are highlights.
Standard; In a field & location listed in ‘Industries Available’
Customised; In a field not listed in ‘Industries Available’
Both options available.
Unpaid internships are specifically designed to meet your training requirements, while the paid option is similar to a job which will enhance your experience but provide less training. The payment is less than you would earn in a standard job but is usually enough to live on.
Standard & Customised non-paid
minimum 8 weeks > maximum 12 months
Standard & Customised paid
Available as a 3 month program or a 6 month program only
Every Monday of the year
18 – 35
University student, graduated or have relevant work experience.
There should be a connection between your studies and/or work experience and the placement you are requesting.
Spanish at level intermediate +
Must receive completed application form, CV and letter of intent in Spanish:
Standard: Must receive completed application at least 8 weeks before requested start date.
Customised: Must receive completed application at least 10 weeks before requested start date.
The capital of Argentina, largest city in Argentina, a port city, most visited city in S. A., The “Paris of SA, European style architecture, about 3 million people, 2/3 of population live in apartments most are Roman Catholics. A humid, sub-tropical climate, warmest in January, coolest in July. Strongly influenced by European culture, most live theatre in SA, much opera, choirs, museums, April ” book fair” , “night of museums” in November. Many city murals, , music festivals – Quilmes Rock Creamfields BA & Buenos Aires Jazz Festival, the Tango festival, fashion event Bafweek held two times a year, approx. 2.5million visitors a year, tango shows & great shopping. Roads based on a rectangular grid pattern, blocks approx. 110mts long, buses & railway very extensive network, underground rail in the city. Many locals spend weekends in the countryside. Bike sharing at 31 rental spots in the city, 850 bikes, free for 1 hour after initial registration, taxis are black & yellow & the radio-link companies are safest & most reliable, ferries also available, BA international airport located in suburb of Ezeiza. 24 professional football teams.
Located in the centre of Argentina, 700km nw of Buenos Aires, second largest city in Argentina, 3.3m people. Many old Spanish buildings, sits on banks of River Suquia. Humid sub-tropical climate. Mostly Italians & Spanish, Trolleybuses, taxis, remis, & a high speed train to B.A. Considered the technological centre of Arg., many large industries. Football, basketball then rugby union in order most popular sports, also golf , tennis & the Cordoba car rally Most popular music the Cuarteto, then electronic music, then Reggaeton, called the “night life city”, many clubs & teenage matinees (dance clubs). Festivals — Feb. The Carnival, July 20th Friends Day, Sept 21st Student’s Day.
Administration; Buenos Aires, Cordoba
Architecture; Buenos Aires, Cordoba
Arts & Culture; Buenos Aires, Cordoba
Fashion; Buenos Aires
Gastronomy; Buenos Aires, Cordoba
Graphic Design; Buenos Aires
Health; Buenos Aires
Human Resources; Cordoba
Interior Design; Buenos Aires
IT; Buenos Aires
Law; Buenos Aires
Marketing; Buenos Aires, Cordoba
Media; Buenos Aires, Cordoba
Public Relations; Buenos Aires, Cordoba
Teaching & Training; Buenos Aires, Cordoba
Tourism & Hospitality; Buenos Aires, Cordoba
Translation; Buenos Aires
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2. When you are ready to proceed, you will need to pay a deposit and send through your CV & Cover Letter.
3. Our partners in the destination country will arrange your internship and support you through finalising the process.
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There is no Visa required for Australian citizens travelling to Argentina.
Upon arrival, Australians are given a 90-day tourist visa which you can renew for another 90 days at the local migration office. This costs approximately USD $100. After 180 days, you will need to travel to a neighbouring country and re-enter, where you are given another tourist visa for 90 days, which can be renewed for another 90 days, totaling one year.
We recommend contacting your local visa office for this country for confirmation as details can change without warning.