A term at a university is broken down by years, (year 1, year 2, year 3, etc) instead of the 3-4 month terms per year more commonly seen in the United States.
Most degrees last five years, and when you are done, you will have earned the equivalent of a Master’s Degree.
- Apostille your high school diploma and transcripts (do the same for any other degree)
- Have your diploma and transcripts translated and legalized
- Take your diploma and transcripts to the ministry of education in Buenos Aires to have them validated
- Return to the university of your choice with the diploma and transcript apostilled, notarized, translated, and legalized.
- If you only have a transcript then don’t even bother taking these steps. The ministry of education will only validate documents if they come with both the diploma and the transcripts. You can't present one or the other by themselves.
There isn’t a high demand for lawyers, psychiatrists, or social workers in Argentina. If you’re interested in these fields, I’d reconsider. Why aren’t these careers very popular in Argentina? I'll break it down for you.