Bachelors Courses Offered by Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina | Top Universities
  • QS World University Rankings
    326
  • StatusPrivate
  • Research OutputLow
  • Student/Faculty Ratio5
  • ScholarshipsYes
  • International Students1,496
  • SizeL
  • Total Faculty3,783

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The Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina offers 50 undergraduate programs, including:

  • Advertising
  • Food engineering
  • Political sciences
  • English
  • Theology


Browse all courses here.

If you’re an international student who’s interested in studying an undergraduate program at Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina, there are certain entry requirements which should be met. These include an entrance exam, and a Spanish proficiency exam (comprehension, oral and written). A notarized certificate of completion of studies must be legalized by the educational authorities at the provincial, state or national level, and should be translated (if applicable) by the Public Registrar and Legalized Translator before the Translators College.

Undergraduate tuition fees vary depending on the course. To compare tuition fees, visit your course page here and scroll down to “Aranceles”. 


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Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina has state-of-the-art facilities across its four campuses, including a teaching hospital, two radio studios, developed by students and professors, TV studios, and two experimental farm sites of 10,000 acres for Agrarian Science students in Buenos Aires.

For those who have a passion for the arts and culture, the Cultural Center offers non-degree courses whilst the Arts Pavilion promotes renewed exhibitions. Students from the School of Music also have full access to practice rooms, labs, all types of instruments, as well as an orchestra.

To encourage collaboration between academics, and offer international work experience opportunities for students, Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina has signed 125 Cooperation Exchange Agreementswith universities around the world, and has more than 100 agreements with companies and corporations which provides a strong network for students to undertake professional internships.

The Social Commitment Service also aims to promote the participation in activities that pursue a service to the local community, whilst the Pastoral Institute organizes volunteering activities, such as hospital and hospice visits, retreats, or night charity walks, among others. In agreement with Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina’s School of Medicine, the British Hospital of Buenos Aires has been designated as the Teaching Hospital for the development of activities in the clinical and surgical cycles, along with eight highly equipped laboratories which offer a perfect setting for unique academic projects.
 

Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina is home to 24,000 students with a number of international students from surrounding countries, including Ecuador, Brazil and Colombia.

If you’re an international student who’s interested in studying at Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina, there are certain entry requirements which should be met. The main language of instruction at UCA is Spanish, so a Spanish proficiency exam (comprehension, oral and written) will be necessary for international students. You’ll also need to take an entrance exam, as well as have a notarized certificate of completion of studies which must be legalized by the educational authorities at the provincial, state or national level and should be translated (if applicable) by the Public Registrar and Legalized Translator before the Translators College.

For those looking to study a postgraduate program at UCA, you should have a relevant degree and will need to have an interview with the course director.

For more information about admissions, entry requirements and how to apply to UCA if you’re an international student, you should visit the UCA website.

In the QS Latin America University Rankings 2019 for employer reputation, Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina is ranked second in Argentina, whilst the most QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2019, places Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina 251-300 in the world.

About

The Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina offers 50 undergraduate programs, including:

  • Advertising
  • Food engineering
  • Political sciences
  • English
  • Theology


Browse all courses here.

If you’re an international student who’s interested in studying an undergraduate program at Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina, there are certain entry requirements which should be met. These include an entrance exam, and a Spanish proficiency exam (comprehension, oral and written). A notarized certificate of completion of studies must be legalized by the educational authorities at the provincial, state or national level, and should be translated (if applicable) by the Public Registrar and Legalized Translator before the Translators College.

Undergraduate tuition fees vary depending on the course. To compare tuition fees, visit your course page here and scroll down to “Aranceles”. 


Find the Universidad Católica Argentina on Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn.


Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina has state-of-the-art facilities across its four campuses, including a teaching hospital, two radio studios, developed by students and professors, TV studios, and two experimental farm sites of 10,000 acres for Agrarian Science students in Buenos Aires.

For those who have a passion for the arts and culture, the Cultural Center offers non-degree courses whilst the Arts Pavilion promotes renewed exhibitions. Students from the School of Music also have full access to practice rooms, labs, all types of instruments, as well as an orchestra.

To encourage collaboration between academics, and offer international work experience opportunities for students, Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina has signed 125 Cooperation Exchange Agreementswith universities around the world, and has more than 100 agreements with companies and corporations which provides a strong network for students to undertake professional internships.

The Social Commitment Service also aims to promote the participation in activities that pursue a service to the local community, whilst the Pastoral Institute organizes volunteering activities, such as hospital and hospice visits, retreats, or night charity walks, among others. In agreement with Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina’s School of Medicine, the British Hospital of Buenos Aires has been designated as the Teaching Hospital for the development of activities in the clinical and surgical cycles, along with eight highly equipped laboratories which offer a perfect setting for unique academic projects.
 

Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina is home to 24,000 students with a number of international students from surrounding countries, including Ecuador, Brazil and Colombia.

If you’re an international student who’s interested in studying at Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina, there are certain entry requirements which should be met. The main language of instruction at UCA is Spanish, so a Spanish proficiency exam (comprehension, oral and written) will be necessary for international students. You’ll also need to take an entrance exam, as well as have a notarized certificate of completion of studies which must be legalized by the educational authorities at the provincial, state or national level and should be translated (if applicable) by the Public Registrar and Legalized Translator before the Translators College.

For those looking to study a postgraduate program at UCA, you should have a relevant degree and will need to have an interview with the course director.

For more information about admissions, entry requirements and how to apply to UCA if you’re an international student, you should visit the UCA website.

In the QS Latin America University Rankings 2019 for employer reputation, Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina is ranked second in Argentina, whilst the most QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2019, places Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina 251-300 in the world.

University highlights

Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina is one of the top Private universities in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It is ranked #326 in QS Global World Rankings 2021.

QS World University Rankings

  • 2012
    #305
  • 2013
    #=321
  • 2014
    #401-410
  • 2015
    #350
  • 2016
    #=310
  • 2018
    #=364
  • 2019
    #=369
  • 2020
    #344
  • 2021
    #326

Ranking criteria

31.9
Overall
16.8
Academic Reputation
43.2
Employer Reputation
98.8
Faculty Student Ratio
1.1
Citations per Faculty
2.5
International Faculty Ratio
12.3
International Students Ratio

Student & Staff

Total students
17,193

11%
89%

International students
1,496

40%
60%

Total faculty staff
3,783

55
3728

Total students
17,193

11%
89%

International students
1,496

40%
60%

Total faculty staff
3,783

3728
55

Scholarships

Yes
The Scholarships above offer some form of financial aid to prospective students. Please always check the specific requirements and restrictions on scholarship availability.

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