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Buenos Aires, Argentina

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If you’re looking for an internship abroad in South America, look no further than Buenos Aires, one of the biggest and most visited cities on the continent. The capital of Argentina is a leading financial, industrial, and cultural center and one of the region’s busiest sea ports. Buenos Aires internship placements are available in career areas such as Business, Communication, Journalism, Marketing, and Tourism, at a wide array of potential host organizations. Discover Buenos Aires’ European side in the picture-worthy architecture, delicious cuisine, and languages spoken throughout the city. In your free time, enjoy everything the Argentine capital has to offer: tango dance halls, tantalizing steak houses, lively theater shows, flowering gardens, and open air markets. Develop your Spanish language skills and connect with the warm and generous locals. Become an intern abroad in Buenos Aires and you’ll bring valuable job skills and increased career readiness home with you.

Internships to love in Buenos Aires

Internships to love in Buenos Aires

Virtual Internship in Buenos Aires

Virtual Internship in Buenos Aires

CEA Buenos Aires Center
Buenos Aires, Argentina

Boasting one of the largest economics in Latin America, Buenos Aires is a major industrial and commercial center and an ideal place to complete a virtual internship. The virtual internship in Buenos Aires program allows you to develop practical skills in fields such as business, communication, journalism, marketing, and more. Our strong academic focus and personalized placements dedicated to meaningful experiences that make a real impact, allow you to give your career a boost while gaining the global experience you’ve been seeking at an affordable price. Learn more about the benefits of a virtual internship with CEA.

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Study + Internship in Buenos Aires

Study + Internship in Buenos Aires

CEA Buenos Aires Center, Universidad Austral
Buenos Aires, Argentina

Boasting one of the largest economies in Latin America, Buenos Aires is a major industrial and commercial center and an ideal place to complete a CEA Internship Abroad. The Study + Internship program in Buenos Aires allows you to make steady progress toward your academic degree while developing practical skills in fields such as Business, Communication, Journalism, Marketing, Tourism and more. The program incorporates a professional internship placement into your semester or summer study program.  Our strong academic focus,  personalized placements dedicated to meaningful experiences that make a real impact, and multiple options and price ranges - from 8-week summer sessions to a full semester program - allow you to take care of those degree requirements and give your career a boost all while gaining the international experience you’ve been seeking. 

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Internship in Buenos Aires

Internship in Buenos Aires

CEA Buenos Aires Center
Buenos Aires, Argentina

Boasting one of the largest economics in Latin America, Buenos Aires is a major industrial and commercial center and an ideal place to complete a CEA Internship Abroad. The Internship in Buenos Aires program allows you to develop practical skills in fields such as Business, Communication, Journalism, Marketing, Tourism and more.  Our strong academic focus and personalized placements dedicated to meaningful experiences that make a real impact, allow you to give your career a boost while gaining the international experience you’ve been seeking.

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What's included in your Program'

What's included in your Program

From housing to excursions, our inclusions make studying abroad easy!
  • Personalized Pre-Departure Advising
  • Visa & Immigration Advising
  • Financial Advising
  • Tuition and Registration
  • Airport Pick-up
  • On-site Orientation
  • On-site Staff Support
  • 24/7 Emergency Assistance
  • Travel Medical Insurance
  • International Emergency Service Support
  • Welcome & Farewell Events
  • Centrally Located Housing
  • Wellness Activities
  • Cultural Engagement
  • Language Exchanges
  • Volunteer Opportunities
  • Excursions
  • Host Institution Services & Amenities
  • Career & Re-entry Workshop
  • Official Transcript(s)
  • Transportation Card
  • Neighborhood Walking Tour

Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay

Iguazú Falls (optional)

Polo Day

Tigre

One of the benefits of studying abroad is the opportunity to explore your host country and surrounding destinations. Excursions are offered for all semester and summer programs; you’ll receive a calendar of available excursions during orientation. Here are some sample excursions:

Iguazú Falls (Optional Trip)

Spanning three countries, Iguazú Falls is one of the world’s seven natural wonders and a breathtaking destination. Thousands travel to Iguazú Falls every year to marvel at the Garganta del Diablo, a U-shaped cascade that’s 269 feet tall and almost 2,300 feet long. You'll enjoy a 3-day trip to this spectacular location including a full-day excursion to Iguazú National Park and a unique connection to nature.

This excursion is optional, for an additional fee. Students need to sign up for this excursion through their MyCEA Account by the withdrawal date for their program.

Tigre

One of the world’s largest deltas, this popular riverside retreat just north of Buenos Aires is a wonderful place to get away from the bustling city. Indulge in a traditional lunch, relax on a ferry tour, and browse local artisans’ handmade crafts at the Puerto de Frutos open air market.

Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay

A World Heritage Site, Colonia was founded by the Portuguese in 1680. The historic quarter still captures the look and feel of the colonial era in Latin America. You’ll travel by ferry across the River Plate from Buenos Aires to explore this charming town’s cobbled streets leading to old lighthouses, inns, restaurants, and its original bullfighting ring. You’ll also enjoy a traditional lunch during your time in Uruguay.

Polo Day

Being the oldest known team sport, Polo is a huge part of Argentina's culture, with numerous world championships winning teams and some of the sport's top players. Attend a match at a Polo Field, or opt for an experience at a polo club or at an estancia (ranch), where you can even become a player for the day. Availability of this excursion depends on polo matches schedule and location.

Mendoza

Wine from Mendoza enjoys a reputation as some of the world’s best. On our excursion to this west-central province, you’ll explore scenic vineyards, taste local wine and olive oil, trek in Aconcagua Park with views of the highest mountain in the Americas in the background, go horseback riding, and enjoy local delicacies.

CEA Student Life: Buenos Aires Cultural Activities

Take advantage of the unique flavor of Buenos Aires. CEA offers cultural activities to match your interests. Whether you enjoy concerts, clubs, sports, cooking classes, language exchanges, or something entirely different, our staff helps you engage with local culture.

Argentine Food and Culture Activity

Attend our local food cultural event to get in the Argentinian spirit. Whether you enjoy a traditional dinner in the city, a wine tasting or a mate experience, you will have the opportunity enjoy gastronomy like locals do.

Tango Dinner Show

One of the most beautiful cultural activities in Buenos Aires is going to a tango dinner show, where professional tango dancers and singers provide entertainment as you enjoy a hearty dinner.

Language Exchange

Many organizations provide Language Exchange opportunities around the city, including Mate Club, Buenos Aires Daytime Language Exchange, Spanglish, Babel, and Speak Spanish! Chat in Spanish and meet Spanish speaking people. 

Traditional/Historic Cafés

Buenos Aires has long had a thriving café culture and its many historic cafes were the meeting places for illustrious literary, musical and political figures. Today the city has over 70 listed historic cafés declared “bares notables”, recognized for their importance to the city's culture. Their decors are carefully preserved and passing through their doors may feel like stepping back in time. Cafe Tortoni, Las Violetas or La Biela are some of the best cafés to visit in the city.

Traditional/Historical Restaurants

Buenos Aires is home to a wide array of restaurants that reflect the different cultures that co-exist in the city. Steakhouses and pizzerias (pizza places) are the most emblematic options in every neighborhood. Whether you are on a tight budget, or looking for a fancy restaurant, there is always a perfect spot to experience the diverse gastronomy of Buenos Aires. 

Theater/Cinema Night (Traditional/National Movies)

Take advantage of Buenos Aires’ many cinemas to attend movie screenings and festivals; it’s an ideal way to improve both your Spanish skills and your understanding of local culture. Argentine cinema is constantly producing informative and amusing new movies.

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer a few hours per week through activities such as serving at a community cafeteria, helping children with homework, tutoring English students, and participating in charity work. This experience will provide you with a new, potentially life-changing perspective on Argentine culture and life.

AICAP (Academic Integrated Cultural Activities Program)

  • Conferences/Lectures
    Attend lectures and presentations featuring an array of guest speakers sharing their expertise on diverse topics such as Argentina’s current human rights situation, gender equality movements, the legacy of the last dictatorship, the ups and downs of the economy, the political system and its main representatives and the role of Argentina within the region, among others. 
  • Site Visits
    Site visits occur outside the typical classroom environment and are crafted and instructed by faculty members, CEA staff and local experts, who contribute their unique perspective and professional expertise to outline the activity’s content and learning objectives. These out-of-the-ordinary sessions help students gain new interpersonal connections while exploring their host culture and its ways of living, allowing them to become understanding and active participants of the local communities.

Mobile Journalist Program

Want to build your digital portfolio while you study abroad? Join the Mobile Journalist (MOJO) program! You’ll blog, photograph, and video your experiences abroad, then share them on social media.

Alumni Ambassador Program

Your study abroad adventure doesn’t have to end when your program is over. Keep sharing your study abroad love on your home campus…become an Alumni Ambassador! This internship allows you to help other students on their study abroad journeys while gaining work experience and growing your professional network.

Career and Re-entry Workshop

Explore the skills and knowledge you’ve gained and learn how to articulate your growth in your future job searches. In this interactive workshop, you’ll reflect and process your study abroad experience, connect study abroad with your career goals, and obtain practical advice to help you transition back to the U.S.

Contributor Program

Want to share your independent view of the program? Just send us your favorite pictures, make a video or write a blog entry featuring your experience and win monthly prizes!

Social Media Takeover

You think you'll be snapchating all your stay in Buenos Aires? Take advantage of it and dare to take over CEA's social media!

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What's included in your Program

Buenos Aires Housing

Available:

Semester
Summer

All CEA students studying in Buenos Aires have the option of living in apartments while abroad. Generally located in downtown Palermo or Belgrano, or Recoleta/Barrio Norte neighborhoods these apartments cater to independent, do-it-yourself students who want to experience Buenos Aires as a local apartment-dweller would. Apartments vary in age, décor and size, from studio apartments to two bedrooms. So whip up some homemade empanadas in your fully equipped kitchen, crack open your window, and watch the Argentine world unfold before your eyes.

Typical Commute

  • CEA Buenos Aires Center: Around 30 minutes by bus/metro
  • Universidad de Belgrano: Around 30 minutes by bus/metro
  • Instituto Tecnológico de Buenos Aires: Around 30 minutes by bus/metro
  • Universidad Austral: Around 30 minutes by bus/metro

Meals Included

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Roommates

  • 2-3 students per apartment
  • 1-2 students per room

Unit Amenities

  • Shared kitchenette
  • Shared-co-ed bathroom
  • Bed linens included
  • Towels included
  • Internet access
  • Central heating or space heaters
  • Fans provided or air conditioning

Additional Fees

  • Semester (Single Room): $600 - $1,500
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Available:

Semester
Summer

Experience Buenos Aires’ vibrant culture while living in a homestay. CEA homestays usually have one host mom - or a couple - who loves to have international students around. For the students who want to live life abroad in a local and international environment - usually with other students - the homestay is great, because it can give you the locals' insight into the city.

Typical Commute

  • CEA Buenos Aires Center: Around 30 minutes by bus/metro
  • Universidad de Belgrano: Around 30 minutes by bus/metro
  • Instituto Tecnológico de Buenos Aires: Around 30 minutes by bus/metro
  • Universidad Austral: Around 30 minutes by bus/metro

Meals Included

  • Breakfast included from Monday – Saturday
  • Dinner included from Sunday – Thursday

Roommates

  • 1-2 students per room
  • 1-3 students per Homestay

Unit Amenities

  • Limited kitchen access
  • Shared-co-ed bathroom
  • Bed linens included
  • Towels included
  • Internet access
  • Central heating or space heaters
  • Fans provided or air conditioning

Additional Fees

  • Summer (Single Room Only): $200 - $600
  • Semester (Single Room Only): $800 - $1,500
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While CEA highly recommends that you choose one of our Buenos Aires housing options provided, you also have the option to arrange independent housing.

Use the online housing application form to request permission for this option no later than the application closure date. If your request is approved, you will receive a rebate for your housing payment, however CEA will not provide you with any assistance setting up independent housing. Keep in mind, rebates are not granted to students who move out of their CEA housing or choose to pursue independent living arrangements after the application closure date.

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Institutions

CEA Buenos Aires Center
CEA Buenos Aires Center

The CEA Buenos Aires Center offers an interdisciplinary education in a cosmopolitan capital city. CEA turns the city into your classroom, thanks to courses in a wide range of engineering, business and liberal arts & social science subjects within the context of Argentina and Latin America. The city of Buenos Aires provides a stimulating environment in which to study political, cultural, and business trends in Latin America. You’ll enjoy the opportunity to gain global competency and further your academic pursuits while immersed in a city that blends its European heritage with a modern Latin American style.

Designed to explore the natural strengths of the city’s history, culture, and political environment, CEA Buenos Aires Center curriculum focuses on language, engineering, business, cultural & social studies, and international relations. Courses incorporate activities specifically designed to take the curriculum out of the classroom and into the community. Even outside of the classroom, you’re constantly encouraged to apply what you’ve learned by connecting subjects examined in class to the daily life of the host community. This ongoing, active, and reflective approach not only helps you gain a better historical and social understanding of Buenos Aires and Latin America, but also helps you develop the international cultural fluency required to communicate and function effectively in an increasingly globalized world.

The mission of the CEA Buenos Aires Center is to provide you with the tools and direction you need to learn about Argentina and Latin America, and to allow you to critically reflect and articulate on your own national, cultural, and social identities.

Faculty members at the CEA Buenos Aires Center are committed to fostering students’ intellectual and cultural growth by engaging them in lively simulated debates, multimedia research presentations, and round-table discussions.

Accreditation

Courses taught at the CEA Buenos Aires Center have been designed in conjunction with, and approved by, the University of New Haven (UNH). In addition, faculty appointments have been approved by UNH. After the successful completion of a session at the CEA Buenos Aires Center, you will receive credit for your work from UNH. Located in Connecticut, the University of New Haven is a student-focused, comprehensive university that’s fully accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE). The agreement between CEA and UNH follows the highest standards of good practice in education abroad and satisfies the rigorous requirements of the University's institutional accreditor, making credits earned at the CEA Buenos Aires Center easily transferable to US-accredited institutions. Learn more about UNH's service as the University of Record for CEA.

Grading

Instructors at the CEA Buenos Aires Center carefully evaluate students’ work and progress throughout the academic session. When calculating grades, instructors consider written and oral exercises, homework assignments, attendance, classroom participation, and exam performance.

The following grading system is in use at the CEA Buenos Aires Center.

CEA Grading Scale (Effective Spring 2017)

Letter Grade

Numerical Grade Low Range

Numerical Grade High Range

Percentage Range

Quality Points

A+

9.70

10.00

97.0 - 100%

4.00

A

9.40

9.69

94.0 - 96.9%

4.00

A-

9.00

9.39

90.0 – 93.9%

3.70

B+

8.70

8.99

87.0 – 89.9%

3.30

B

8.40

8.69

84.0 – 86.9%

3.00

B-

8.00

8.39

80.0 – 83.9%

2.70

C+

7.70

7.99

77.0 – 79.9%

2.30

C

7.40

7.69

74.0 – 76.9%

2.00

C-

7.00

7.39

70.0- 73.9%

1.70

D

6.00

6.99

60.0 – 69.9%

1.00

F

0.00

5.99

0 - 59.9%

0.00

W

Withdrawal

 

 

0.00

INC

Incomplete

 

 

0.00

Completion of a course is defined as a receipt of a letter grade (A+ to F) as opposed to Withdrawal or Incomplete.

In order to determine a quality point ratio, each letter grade from a completed course is assigned a quality point value. The quality point value for each grade earned during a semester is multiplied by the number of semester hours assigned to that course. The sum of these points is the total number of quality points earned during the semester. It is divided by the number of semester hours completed to obtain the quality point ratio (QPR)

Classroom and Information

  • Classes are taught by local international faculty selected by CEA and approved by UNH.
  • Faculty members represent a variety of academic and professional backgrounds.
  • Periodic exams, homework assignments, and final exams will be administered.
  • Attendance in all classes is mandatory and monitored by each instructor.
  • Class size is up to 25 students. Small class sizes allow for personalized attention from your instructors.

Amenities
  • Student Lounge
  • Study Area
  • Counseling Services
  • CEA Academic Resources
  • Travel Books & Resources
  • Digital Resources from UNH Library
  • Computers
  • Printing Services
  • Internet Access & Wi-Fi
  • Academic Advising
  • Cultural Engagement
  • Dining Facilities
  • Lockers
Instituto Tecnológico de Buenos Aires
Instituto Tecnológico de Buenos Aires

Founded in 1959, the Instituto Tecnológico de Buenos Aires (ITBA) was one of the first private universities created in Argentina. ITBA’s academic focus is dedicated to the teaching of interdisciplinary engineering fields and research. ITBA is a member of the prestigious Global Education Engineering Exchange (GE3).

Their mission is to be a university committed to the development of the country and region by training and developing professionals in the areas of engineering, technology and management who are able to respond to the needs of society and technological advances. ITBA enrolls approximately 1,650 students annually.

The main building is located in the trendy area of Puerto Madero, which represents the latest architectural trends in Buenos Aires. The university features modern facilities, computer labs, libraries, and cultural and athletic activities to complement academics.

CEA students have access to the same facilities as Argentine students, allowing you to fully appreciate ITBA student life. By sharing the university with local and other international students, you’ll have the opportunity to meet and interact with your peers.

Accreditation

Instituto Tecnológico de Buenos Aires (ITBA) is accredited by the National Commission for Evaluation and University Accreditation by the Ministry of Education of Argentina.

Grading

ITBA professors carefully evaluate students' work and progress. Homework assignments; attendance; classroom participation; and exam performance are taken into account when calculating the final grade. Although grades are based on a 10-point scale, the verbal grades explained below are used by all Argentine universities and represent the grades that you’ll see on your transcripts:

 

Argentine Number Grade Argentine Verbal Grade US Letter Equivalent
10 Excellent A
9 Very Good A-
8 Very Good B+
7 Good B
6 Good B-
5 Satisfactory C+
4 Pass C
1 - 3 Fail F
Fail/Incomplete Fail F

 

Classroom and Information

  • Faculty from ITBA teach your courses.
  • All students are required to sign a code conduct to enroll at ITBA.
  • Periodic exams, homework assignments, and final exams will be administered.
  • Attendance in all classes is mandatory and monitored by each professor.
  • Teaching styles in Argentina may differ from those in the U.S. Be prepared to adapt to different classroom structures and coursework expectations.
  • Class size ranges between 10 and 25 students.
  • You may attend class with local and other study abroad students

Amenities
  • Clubs & Organizations
  • Student Lounge
  • Study Room
  • University Library
  • Computer Lab
  • Student ID
  • Printing Services
  • Internet Access & Wi-Fi
  • Fitness Facilities
  • Student Sports Teams
  • Dining Facilities
Universidad Austral
Universidad Austral

Founded in 1977, the Asociación Civil de Estudios Superiores, a non-profit association, was established to deliver higher education programs. In 1979, this led to the creation of one of Argentina’s pioneer business management graduate schools, the IAE Business School. After years of focus on graduate education, in 1991 Argentina’s Ministry of Education granted a provisional permit to Universidad Austral, which offered its initial degree program as a B.A. in Business Science. Fast forward to 2002 and Universidad Austral is the first private university in Argentina to attain full autonomy, complying with all requirements established by the Higher Education Act and was formally instituted by the then-Argentine president.

Today, Austral spans multiple facilities throughout the region with locations in Pilar, Rosario and Buenos Aires. Their mission is to serve society by seeking the truth in all its dimensions, advancing and disseminating knowledge with a university outlook. Austral is consistently ranked in the QS rankings as one of Argentina’s top universities, and as one of the top ten universities in Latin America.

CEA students will take course at the Buenos Aires facility, which is located in one of the city’s most traditional areas with easy access to the CEA Buenos Aires Center.

CEA students have access to the same university facilities as Argentine students, allowing you to fully appreciate Austral student life. By sharing the university with local and other international students, you’ll have the opportunity to meet and interact with your peers.

Accreditation

Universidad Austral is accredited by the National Commission for Evaluation and University Accreditation by the Ministry of Education of Argentina. Universidad Austral’s IAE Business School holds accreditation from AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), EQUIS (European Quality Improvement System),and AMBA (Association for MBA programs). 

Grading
Professors carefully evaluate students' work and progress. Homework assignments; attendance; classroom participation; and exam performance are taken into account when calculating the final grade. Although grades are based on a 10-point scale, the verbal grades explained below are used by all Argentine universities and represent the grades that you’ll see on your transcripts.

Argentina

Foreign equivalent

10

100-95

A

9

94-89

A-

8

88-83

B +

7

82-77

B

6

76-71

B-

5

70-65

C +

4

64-60

C

3, 2, 1

50-59

F

0-49

F


Classroom and Information

• Faculty from Austral teach your courses.
• Periodic exams, homework assignments, and final exams will be administered.
• Students must attend 80% of the class sessions within each course.
• Teaching styles in Argentina may differ from those in the U.S. Be prepared to adapt to different classroom structures and coursework expectations.
• Class size ranges between 10 and 25 students.
• You may attend class with local Argentine students or other international students.

Amenities
  • Student Lounge
  • University Library
  • Computer Lab
  • Student ID
  • Printing Services
  • Internet Access & Wi-Fi
  • Student Sports Teams
Universidad de Belgrano
Universidad de Belgrano

Since its founding in 1964, the Universidad de Belgrano (UB) has grown into one of Argentina's leading higher education institutions. This private university offers a range of courses to a culturally diverse population of more than 14,500 students. More than 900 international students participate in exchange programs through the Universidad de Belgrano each year.

Located in a distinguished residential area of the city of Buenos Aires, UB features modern facilities, computer labs, libraries, and cultural, artistic and athletic activities to complement academics.

UB faculty instruct through the Programa de Estudios Argentinos y Latinoamericanos and other UB departments. CEA students have access to the same university facilities as Argentine students, allowing you to fully appreciate UB student life. By sharing the university campus with local and other international students, you’ll have the opportunity to meet and interact with your peers.

Accreditation

The Universidad de Belgrano is recognized by the Argentine Ministry of Public Education as a degree-granting institution of higher learning.

Grading

UB professors carefully evaluate students' work and progress. Reading, written, and oral exercises; homework assignments; attendance; classroom participation; and exam performance are taken into account when calculating the final grade. Students who do not maintain a minimum level of 80% attendance will not be permitted to take a final exam. There are no exceptions to this rule. Although grades at UB are based on a 10-point scale, the verbal grades explained below are used by all Argentine universities and represent the grades that you’ll see on your transcripts:

Spanish Verbal Grade

US Verbal Equivalent

Spanish Number Grade

US Letter Equivalent

Sobresaliente

Excellent

10

A+

Distinguido

Very Good

9

A

8

A-

Bueno

Good

7

B+

6

B

Aprobado

Adequate/Pass

5

B-

4

C

Insuficiente

Fail/Insufficient

0 - 3

F

Classroom and Information

  • Faculty from Universidad de Belgrano teach your language courses and electives.
  • Periodic exams, homework assignments, and final exams will be administered.
  • Attendance in all classes is mandatory and monitored by each professor.
  • Teaching styles in Argentina may differ from those in the U.S. Be prepared to adapt to different classroom structures and coursework expectations.
  • Class size ranges between 10 and 15 students for language courses and between 10 and 40 students for electives.
  • You may attend class with international students from the U.S., Europe, Canada, and other parts of the world.

Amenities
  • Student Offices
  • Clubs & Organizations
  • Student Lounge
  • Study Room
  • Student Health Center
  • University Library
  • Computer Lab
  • Printing Facilities
  • Internet Access & Wi-Fi
  • Academic Advising
  • Tutoring
  • Language Learning Services
  • Language Exchange with Local Students
  • Student Sports Teams
  • Cultural Engagement
  • Dining Facilities
  • Bookstore
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