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 Study Abroad in Chile

Chile is a natural choice for gaining insight into education, health, development and politics from a Latin American perspective. In Santiago, you will find thriving culinary, bohemian and arts prospects, and program excursions will take you to grape growing regions, mining centers and indigenous villages. Our students particularly love visiting the Patagonia glaciers and desert hot springs.

Find fascinating new courses in your major at one of two top universities. Numerous academic-credit internships are available for promoting human rights and sustainability and working with hospitals, legal organizations, organic farms or local media and radio stations.

Programs Overview

Chilean Universities
Coursework in all majors at either of two top Chilean universities in cosmopolitan Santiago. EAP Study Center organizes language program to begin, multiple excursions throughout the year, and internships with NGOs, government, human rights, and indigenous organizations.
Class Levels: Jr, Sr, GrLanguage of Instruction: Spanish
Terms: Fall, Spring, YearLanguage Prerequisites: Min 2 years
Human Rights and Cultural Memory, Buenos Aires & Santiago
Following a week of intensive Spanish language instruction, spend equal time in the exciting capitals of Buenos Aires and Santiago. Courses explore human rights and cultural memory, examining how people in Argentina and Chile have reconstructed their societies very differently as their understandings of the past have shaped contemporary social and political life in the present.
Class Levels: So, Jr, SrLanguage of Instruction: English, Spanish
Terms: FallLanguage Prerequisites: None
Socio-Ecological Sustainability in Southern Chile
Planning for sustainable development and ecological conservation are approached from several perspectives including those of indigenous people, the lumber industry, regular townsfolk, and tourism promoters. In addition to the forested, lakeside campus, students travel to several national parks to work on their projects.
Class Levels: Jr, SrLanguage of Instruction: English
Terms: FallLanguage Prerequisites: None