Beginning of the Add and Drop Period
All the changes made in this period need to be through the online form sent to the students the first day of classes.
Course registration process
To be considered a full-time student at UTDT you will need to take 3 courses per semester. If your home University requires a higher course load, you will be allowed to enroll in up to 4 courses.
Since course times are published 3 weeks before the semester begins, we will only be able to confirm your course enrollment after that date. Therefore, in the Learning Agreement sent with the acceptance package, please include twice the number of courses you want to take, in order of priority. We will do our best to enroll you in your top priorities. Should the times of the courses selected overlap, or should the courses not be offered, we will let you know so that you can find alternatives.
Only during the Add and Drop Period (first 2 weeks of classes), you will have the possibility to change courses. After this period all courses will appear in your transcript.
We strongly encourage you to arrive in Buenos Aires with more courses approved by your University than those you want to take, as, in this way, you won´t be depending on an immediate reply from your home institution to make course changes during the Add and Drop Period.
- International students can take courses from different majors and year.
- Class attendance is mandatory; therefore, in order to avoid overlapping schedules, it is best to select courses from the same major and year (i.e. Architecture, 4th year).
- Our undergraduate programs are 4 or 5 years in length. Therefore, European Masters students can choose 4th and 5th year Di Tella courses to meet their home University requirements.
- While there are no registration restrictions for the courses offered by the International Programs Department (and their times don´t overlap), to register in other courses you will need previous knowledge (especially in upper level courses).
- We will make every effort to accommodate your request for courses, but cannot guarantee spaces in specific courses. If necessary, priority will be given based on your discipline at your home university (i.e., students from business schools will have priority in business classes).