FUTURE-FOCUSED STUDY ABROAD
Chile

Chile is a geographically diverse country with a wide variety of climates, landscapes and cultural opportunities. Along with its warm and welcoming people, Chile is known for its historic and scenic sites such as Easter Island (Rapa Nui), the historic wooden churches on the islands of Chiloe, and the Andes Mountains.
Chilean study abroad programs are offered in cities with universities with top tier academic offerings across many disciplines and solid infrastructure. More good news — Chile has the highest level of internet connectivity in Latin America.

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Chilean Universities Program, Valparaíso
Valparaiso,
Chile
Situated between the mountains and the sea, Valparaíso's cobbled streets and Victorian houses provide a unique setting to examine the economic and psychological factors that create Latin American politics. The city is famous for its charm and picture-perfect views, not to mention the passionate and edgy art scene and politically active student body. An optional internship complements your studies.
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GPA
2.50
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Chilean Universities Program, Santiago
Santiago,
Chile
Mix and match classes from among Latin America's top universities for business, history, sociology (and more) during the day, while taking in a vibrant, modern art scene by night. Want to be part of the café culture while working on research? You'll find yourself at home in Santiago!
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GPA
2.75
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