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  • Ambassador Mamet and Minister Timerman

    Ambassador Mamet meets with Foreign Minister Timerman

    Ambassador Noah B. Mamet met today with Foreign Minister Héctor Timerman at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. “I am greatly honored to have been chosen by President Obama to represent my country as Ambassador to Argentina.” said Ambassador Mamet

  • Competition #6: Apply Now!

    Competition #6: Apply Now!

    Competition 6, the second funded with support from Santander Bank, is open to HEI (Higher Education Institutions) in all countries in the Western Hemisphere, that promote study abroad or exchange programs in any field - in either or both directions between the US...

  • Ambassador Mamet with students

    University Students travel to the US for Intensive English Program

    Ambassador Noah Mamet met with a group of ten students that are traveling to the United States to participate in a 4-week intensive English program at the University of Texas at Austin. Prior to departure, the participants of the Future Leaders Program visited the Embassy and met with the newly arrived Ambassador Noah Mamet.

  • Small Grants Program Open!

    Small Grants Program Open!

    The Public Affairs Section of the United States Embassy in Argentina is pleased to announce the opening competition for this year’s Small Grants Program...

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  • Obama’s 2015 State of the Union Address

    We are fifteen years into this new century. Fifteen years that dawned with terror touching our shores; that unfolded with a new generation fighting two long and costly wars

  • Statement on Prosecutor Alberto Nisman

    The United States Government expresses its deepest sorrow for the tragic death of Special Prosecutor Alberto Nisman and extends its most sincere condolences to his family.

MORE NEWS FROM THE EMBASSY

  • Cultural Affairs Christine Meyer talking with students from NYU and SUNY-Geneseo. (Photo: Dept. of State)
    American Students visit the Embassy

    During the month of January, students from various American universities visited the U.S. Embassy and the Ambassador's Residence and had the opportunity to talk with diplomats on a variety of topics... 

  • Embassy Cultural Attaché, Christine Meyer along with some partners and authorities attended the event (Photo: Dept. of State)
    The Embassy Helps Build a Soccer Field and Tennis Court in Soldati

    Following three women’s soccer clinics organized for girls living in the Buenos Aires Soldati neighborhood, a new soccer field and tennis court were inaugurated as part of the City of Buenos Aires’ “Goal for Inclusion” Project... 

  • The candidates for the Youth Ambassador program at the 
Ambassador's residence (Photo: Dept. of State)
    Youth Ambassador Candidates visit the Embassy

    The Embassy hosted a reception at the Ambassador’s residence for over 60 candidates for the Youth Ambassador program who live in the city and province of Buenos Aires. The program, which is designed to send outstanding secondary school students to the United States to learn about U.S. society and culture, had more than 364 applicants competing for 13 available slots in 2015.  

  • Chargé Kevin Sullivan at the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Pilot Program in Buenos Aires. (Photo: Dept. of State)
    Small Business Development Center comes to Argentina

    The U.S. Embassy Argentina participated in the launch of the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Pilot Program in Buenos Aires. The U.S. Government sponsored the creation of this program to create a network of sustainable and successful SBDC’s in Argentina based on... 

  • What is the Opportunity Program?
    What is the Opportunity Program?

    Opportunity supports academically talented students with limited economic resources to apply to universities in the U.S. Opportunity pays for the costs associated with applying: Standardized testing (TOEFL, SAT), translation, application fees, transportation costs and visa fees... Apply here! »

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