UCEMA is a non-profit private university in downtown Buenos Aires, Argentina. It was established in 1978 as the “Centro de Estudios Macroeconómicos de Argentina”, a research center with the objective of contributing to the economic development of the country.
The university now trains leaders for the business, political and academic world, through original and proprietary research that helps the advancement of knowledge, transmitting it through high quality teaching methods. Its MBA is accredited by AMBA, the prestigious European MBA accreditation agency. UCEMA’s four main buildings are in downtown Buenos Aires, in the midst of all financial and cultural activity of the Argentinian capital.
UCEMA has a predominance of business and social science-oriented courses. It is ranked with a solid 3 out of 5 Eduniversal palmes, which assures a good academic level and international recognition in the business realm.
With only 1200 students at the undergraduate level and another 1200 students at graduate level, UCEMA is a great choice if you love small institutions, even though Buenos Aires is far from being “small”, hence making your study abroad experience feel both intimate and stimulating at the same time. Admission rate is estimated to be around 65% and free mover semester fees are close to 5500 euro.
Its small size, interesting location, and high acceptance rate, make UCEMA an appealing destination for study abroad students.