All students must be admitted to a school or department of the University of Pittsburgh before they can be accepted into a Latin American studies program or become eligible for funding offered by CLAS.
Most undergraduate admissions are handled by the Office of Admissions and Financial Aid. Please contact: Office of Admissions, Alumni Hall, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA 15260.
International students who wish to study at the undergraduate level should apply through: Office of International Services, 708 William Pitt Union, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA 15260 USA
Application to the Center for Latin American Studies may be submitted at the same time as application to the University or after the student has been admitted. In either case, the Center cannot accept students until they have received notification of admission to the University. Students are encouraged to apply to Latin American Studies early in their studies although admission is open to students at any time during their academic training at the University of Pittsburgh. Upon acceptance by CLAS, students are given a detailed description of the requirements for the appropriate Latin American program.
The cost of attending the University of Pittsburgh may be obtained via the university's web site or from the school; tuition and fees vary from school to school. Students from countries other than the United States can obtain a breakdown of costs from the: Office of International Services, 708 William Pitt Union, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA 15260 USA or at their website.
To learn more about the Certificate or the Related Concentration in Latin American, we recommend you schedule an advising meeting with CLAS Academic Advisor, Luis Bravo.
To enroll in the Certificate or the Related Concentration in Latin America follow the instructions in the following link: Guide to enroll.