The Office of International Programs deals with everything related to student mobility between Universidad de San Andrés and other universities. This includes undergraduate and graduate students that wish to study at UdeSA (incoming students) as well as UdeSA students that wish to study abroad (outgoing students).
I studied Political Science at Universidad Católica Argentina and Education Management at Universidad Torcuato Di Tella. I've been working in higher education for more than 20 years, doing research, advising, coordinating teams and managing international cooperation and student mobility. I am passionate about solving needs and problems, building bonds between people, and shaping opportunities for intercultural learning.
I am the Academic Director of the Office of International Programs in San Andrés and work particularly on the Program in Latin American Studies (PLAS). I am also a Literature Professor in the Department of Humanities. I did my PhD in Latin American literature at Yale University and my Bachelor of Philosophy at the University of Buenos Aires. I was a professor at Northwestern University and Cornell University. In my classes and research I work in the area of Latin American literature and visual culture. My book Real Literature, Transformations of realism in contemporary Latin American literature, examines the relationship between word and image within literature and how this relationship impacts the representation of reality. I enjoy working with international students in San Andrés because it enriches and diversifies the university space and teaching.
I am a graduate in International Studies from the Universidad Torcuato Di Tella and currently coordinating the outgoing exchanges of UdeSA undergraduate and graduate students. During my last semester of university I had the incredible opportunity to carry out an academic exchange in Australia. International education allows one to grow both professionally and personally and from UdeSA we give you the opportunity to venture into this experience!
Hello, my name is Sheila Grigera. I have a BA from American University, Washington DC where I studied Graphic Design and Fine Arts. As the incoming student coordinator, I make sure our international students get the most out of their experience at Universidad de San Andrés! I look forward to meeting you soon!
Graduated in International Relations, I have been working in the area of International Education for more than 20 years. During a study abroad experience in Australia I discovered my passion for languages and travel. I consider that studying abroad is one of the most enriching experiences that we can do during our time at the University. I am also a GPP Coach and train CrossFit in my spare time
Spanish Professor & Spanish Programs Coordinator
I received my Bachelor of Arts and teaching degree in Linguistics and Literature at the Universidad de Buenos Aires. I teach Spanish language courses as well as advise UdeSA students who want to participate in the exchange. I have significant specialized professional training and have taught a large number of workshops and webinars on reading, writing, correction and more. I look forward to accompanying you with your learning of the Spanish language.
Student of International Relations
My name is Sol and I come from San Antonio de Padua, Buenos Aires. During the week, I stay at the university’s student dorms and on weekends, I go back home to my family. I've been working in the Office of International Programs since March 2019. Personally, I think that this job is a great opportunity to be introduced into the working world.
Student of Law
I began working in the Office of International Programs in 2018 and I am very thankful for the opportunity that it has given me to develop myself in a global environment, a perspective with which I strongly identify being bicultural. I personally know how enriching it is to live and study abroad (I lived in the UK several years) so I am pleased to know that I am helping others experience what I did.
Student of Design
I am from Buenos Aires, I started working in the Office of International Programs in 2019. I am happy to assist students on their experience abroad, it’s a great opportunity and a big change so we are here to help make it the best it can be!
Student of International Relations and Political Science
Born in Tucumán, I joined the Office of International Programs this year. I am a person open to different ideas and opportunities, so working in this warm office seems to me to be a very enriching and productive experience.