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BAPlacement offers the possibility to partake in a personalized internship program in Buenos Aires, which caters to your personal preferences as a student or professional. These programs will provide you with a valuable professional experience. We also aim to provide you with technical language classes, and other services, which will make your stay in a foreign country enjoyable and will allow you to fully take advantage of this unique opportunity.
Our services are brought to you by experienced and qualified personnel who will work directly with you in order to find the best placement for you.

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As of January 1st, 2009, Argentina has started charging U.S., Canadian and Australian citizens a reciprocal entry fee. For U.S. citizens, this fee allows for multiple entries for 10 years. For Canadian and Australian citizens, the fee allows for a single entry. Currently this fee is only being charged at the Ministro Pistarini (Ezeiza) international airport, and not at other entry points. Payment of this fee is required upon arrival at the airport and can be paid in cash or by credit card.

Read more about this new legislation here.

The following are the fees by country:

  • USA (US $131)
  • Canada (US $70)
  • Australia (US $100)

Participants from the following countries are automatically granted a 90-day tourist visa upon entry (this tourist visa can be renewed):

    • Andorra
    • Austria
    • Australia
    • Belgium
    • Bolivia
    • Brazil
    • Canada
    • Chile
    • Colombia
    • Costa Rica
    • Croatia
    • Cyprus
    • Czech Republic
    • Denmark
    • Dominican Republic
    • Ecuador
    • El Salvador
    • Estonia
    • Finland
    • France
    • Germany
    • Granada
    • Greece
    • Guatemala
    • Guyana
    • Haiti
    • Honduras
    • Hong Kong
    • Hungary
    • Iceland
    • Ireland
    • Israel
    • Italy
    • Jamaica
    • Japan
    • Latvia
    • Liechtenstein
    • Lithuania
    • Luxemburg
    • Malaysia
    • Malta
    • Mexico
    • Monaco
    • Netherlands
    • Nicaragua
    • Norway
    • New Zeeland
    • Panama
    • Paraguay
    • Peru
    • Poland
    • Portugal
    • San Marino
    • Santa Lucia
    • Serbia & Montenegro
    • Singapore
    • St. Vincent & Grenadines
    • Slovenia
    • Slovakia
    • South Africa
    • South Korea
    • Spain
    • Sweden
    • Switzerland
    • Trinidad & Tobago
    • Turkey
    • United Kingdom and Northern Ireland
    • United States
    • Uruguay
    • Vatican
    • Venezuela

Countries that require visa for entry:

  • Albania  - Angola -  Antigua and Barbuda - Armenia - Bahamas - Bahrain - Bangladesh- Belize- Benin- Bhutan - Byelorussia - Bosnia- Herzegovina - Botswana - Brunei - Bulgaria - Burkina Faso - Burundi - Cambodia - Cameroon-Central African Republic-Chad-People’s Republic of China- People’s Republic of Congo - Democratic Republic of Congo (ex Zaire) - Republic of Korea-Democratic and People’s Republic of Korea - Ivory Coast  - Cuba - Djibouti - Egypt - Estonia - Ethiopia - Fiji - Gabon - Gambia - Georgia - Ghana - Guinea - Guinea Bissau- Equatorial Guinea - Guyana - Hong Kong (with Passports S.A.R.) - India - Marshall Islands - Kazajstan - Kenya - Kuwait - Laos - Lesotho - Letonia - Lithuania - Macedonia - Madagascar -Malawi - Maldives - Morocco - Mauritius - Micronesia- Moldova - Mongolia - Mozambique - Myanmar - Namibia - Nepal - Niger -Oman - Papua New Guinea - Philippines - Qatar - Romania - Russian Federation - Rwanda St. Kitts- Nevis - St. Vincent and the Grenadines - St. Tome and Principe - Saudi Arabia  Senegal - Seychelles - Sierra Leone - Suriname - Swaziland - Thailand - Tanzania - Togo - Tunisia - Ukraine - Uganda - United Arab Emirates - Vanuatu - Vietnam - Western Samoa - Zambia - Zimbabwe.

Health and Safety


BA Placement requires that all program participants have medical insurance coverage during their stay. If you do not already have international health insurance/medical coverage you should purchase international health insurance before departing for Argentina.

Make sure your medical insurance is sufficient and valid during the whole period you are staying abroad.

Medications / Prescriptions

Students with a preexisting medical problem should carry a letter from the attending physician, describing the medical condition and any prescription medications, including the generic names of prescribed drugs.  Any medications being carried overseas should be left in their original containers and be clearly labelled.

Students who are under medication may consult their Doctor before departure and are advised to take  enough medicines to last during your stay abroad.

If you require prescription medications while abroad, you will very likely need to verify this requirement with a doctor's note. You may need a specially notarized prescription if the pharmacy you go to does not recognize U.S. prescriptions. You may also need to have your prescription translated into spanish, in order to have it filled properly. Let your doctor know that you intend to travel abroad so that he can provide the appropriate documentation you will need to fill the prescription while away from home.

Personal Safety

It is advisable not to leave purses, luggage or handbags counters or on the backs of chairs. Avoid exhibiting jewelry, important amounts of money, traveler’s checks, credit cards and other documentation. When on public transportation keep your purse and/or backpack close to the front of your body where you can see it.

Always take an ID with you, since the police may ask you to show it, especially at night. Try to take a form of ID other than your passport, as it is not advisable to take your passport out with you. Please keep a copy of your passport with you if that is your only form of ID.

We advise you taking taxis at night, preferably calling ahead for one.

In Argentina there is tolerance towards tourists and visitors. Therefore, you should expect a warm welcome from the Argentines, who will be ready to make contact with you and help you adapt to the ways of the country. Crimes against tourists are mostly pick-pocketing and short-changing or fake bills, which are all things you can avoid if you always stay alert.

BA Placement offers a variety of internships all year round and throughout most functional areas. You choose the field, and we provide you with a choice of placement.
BA Placement volunteer program is a wonderful way to learn about life in Argentina by submersing oneself in its culture and customs, learn its language [...]

Recoleta - Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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