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Buenos Aires, Argentina

Core Concepts in Child and Adolescent Trauma

Buenos Aires Macro

Program Faculty:

  • Diane Mirabito, DSW, MA, BA, Clinical Associate Professor of Social Work

Program Costs:

  • Tuition and Fees: Graduate tuition and fees, paid directly to the Bursa. Undergraduate tuition (senior BSW students only, must interview): Please review the University’s tuition structure for undergraduates:, paid to the Bursar.
  • Insurance: $6 in-country insurance and enrollment in GeoBlue insurance (2018 price TBA) is required for all students traveling outside of the United States for an NYU course.  The Office of Global and Lifelong Learning will enroll all students in GeoBlue insurance.
  • Estimated Housing: 2018 rates for housing NYU-facilitated housing TBA. Students may also look for their own housing arrangements, which must be approved by program staff.
  • Estimated Airfare to Buenos Aires: $1,200 (estimated), subject to booking date.
  • Meals: Breakfast included in accommodation price; students responsible for paying for all their other meals on their own.
  • Excursions: Group cultural activities will be scheduled within Argentina. All activities will be an additional fee payable in Buenos Aires. Estimated costs forthcoming.
  • All personal expenses are additional.

About the program

  • Dates of Courses: 2018 dates coming soon
  • Housing: Double- and single-occupancy studio apartments to be arranged by staff
  • Passport: Must be valid at date of entry; must have at least 1 blank page

This course has been developed specifically to prepare MSW students for trauma-informed evidenced-based practice.  The curriculum is based on twelve guiding core concepts developed by an expert consensus panel of trauma experts in association with the National Child Traumatic Stress Network.  It proceeds from a problem-based learning approach; new to many social work educators, in which in-depth case studies that reflect a distillation of the best evidence about the impact of trauma are presented to respond to the expressed desire of student’s to experience “real” cases as they actually unfold in practice.

Global Program Application and Registration Process


To apply for this program, you must complete the Global Program Application. The Global Program Application requires that you upload your current resume and the Global Program Essay Questions for the particular program to which you are applying into the application, along with a copy of your passport photo page (if you already have a passport and it is applicable to the program).

Click here for the Global Program Essay Question form for this course. 

(Email Stephanie Kaplan for a Word version of this document.)  

To begin an application for this course:

  1. Log in to NYU Home
  2. Click on the 'Academics' tab
  3. Click on the 'Albert Login' button
  4. Scroll down to where you see the 'Application Center' link (lower right side) and click on it
  5. Scroll down to where you see 'Silver Global Programs' and click on the 'Apply' link to the right
  6. Follow the application instructions found at the top of the page

Important notes:

  • Applications cannot be saved and must be completed in one session. Make sure you have all the necessary materials before beginning the application.
  • Applicants will get a confirmation email if submission was successful; please try not to submit more than one application for each program.
  • Decisions are made on a rolling basis and at the discretion of the faculty member. This means that students who apply or are admitted earlier will receive decisions earlier.

Once an application has been reviewed, the applicant will receive a decision email.  The applicant will then be able to accept or decline her/his seat in the program.


Applicants who accept their seats in the program will receive additional next-steps and will be enrolled in the course from the Office of Global and Lifelong Learning.  Students do not self-register for global programs.

For General Inquiries Contact

Stephanie Kaplan
Assistant Director, Office of Global and Lifelong Learning

For Course Content Inquiries Contact

Diane Mirabito
Clinical Associate Professor of Social Work