Spanish in Argentina
Our language is part of a variant of Spanish called “River Plate Spanish”, a linguistic heritage very much treasured in Argentina; its richness and distinctiveness are undeniable. Ours is the language of Borges, Cortázar and Bioy Casares, among other literary greats.
There is a huge variety of Spanish courses on offer Argentina. These are taught at university institutions and language centres all over the country
In addition, Argentina offers an internationally valid Spanish certificate, the “Certificate of Spanish: Language and Use” (CELU). CELU is a certificate of proficiency in Spanish as a foreign language; it may be obtained by any foreigner whose native language is not Spanish and who wishes to validate their ability to use Spanish as a second language for work and study. CELU is the only examination officially recognized by the Ministries of Education and Foreign Affairs.
Instituto Universitario Escuela Argentina de Negocios
Instituto Universitario de Rosario
Universidad Argentina de la Empresa
Universidad Abierta Interamericana
Universidad Católica de Salta
Universidad de Concepción del Uruguay
Universidad de Flores
Universidad de Morón
Universidad del Salvador
Universidad Nacional de Hurlingham
Universidad Nacional Arturo Jauretche
Universidad Nacional de Avellaneda
Universidad Nacional de Córdoba
Universidad Nacional de Entre Ríos
Universidad Nacional de LanÃºs
Universidad Nacional de La Pampa
Universidad Nacional del Centro de la Provincia de Buenos Aires
Universidad Nacional del Comahue
Universidad Nacional del Litoral
Universidad Nacional del Noroeste de la Provincia de Buenos Aires
Universidad Nacional del Sur
Universidad Nacional de JosÃ© C.Paz
Universidad Nacional de Rio Cuarto
Universidad Nacional de RÃo Negro
Universidad Nacional de San MartÃn
Universidad Nacional de Tierra del Fuego, Antártida e Islas del Atlántico Sur
Other languages in Argentina
All this enabled Argentina to enrich its official language, Spanish in its River Plate variant, and at the same time help it develop its offering and its standards for teaching other languages.
According to the English Proficiency Index (EPI) report, Argentina is the Latin American country with the highest levels of proficiency in the English language. The EPI assessment is the world’s largest and most comprehensive study comparing the English-language proficiency of 88 countries.
In addition to English, language courses in Argentina are also offered in French, Italian, Portuguese, German and Chinese, among many others.