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1 November, 2021

Top Ten Reasons to Study in Chile

1. Unspoiled Nature Chile offers diverse geography from the Atacama Desert in the north, the driest desert in the world, to the massive glaciers in the south, and let’s not forget the unspoiled trails of Patagonia.  The list of outdoor activities in Chile is endless and the flora and fauna, spectacular.  Think I’m exaggerating?  Check […]

24 September, 2021

3 reasons to study Astronomy in Chile

In the last couple of years, Chile has become one of the main centres in the world for the development of astronomy activity. Read on to find out why Chile is one of the best destinations to study astronomy. The Northern Skies Astronomy activity in Chile mainly takes place in the north of the country, […]

12 August, 2021

Chile: a Model to Follow in Sustainable Practices

Due to its privileged natural conditions, Chile has committed to sustainability in many different aspects such as tourism, transport, and academic offer. Due to Chile’s geographic diversity, the country has a broad range of climatic and natural conditions, which are used to produce renewable energy, with an emphasis on the conservation of biodiversity. In this […]

20 March, 2020

Solidarity, the best barrier for this pandemic

We’re currently living through a situation that hasn’t been experienced for generations on a global level; a novel coronavirus (COVID-19) which has caused many countries to close their borders. In Chile, this decision was taken on March 16 for all foreigners arriving by plane, boat or land in order to avoid further spreading the virus. […]

5 December, 2019

US students complete conservation biology program in Concepción

A group of students from the University of Massachusetts Boston’s Biology Department completed a full-time overseas study program which lasted for one semester focused on ecology, biodiversity and conservation biology. This course was given in English by four professors from the University of Massachusetts Boston and Universidad Católica de la Santísima Concepción (UCSC) in the […]

11 November, 2019

Universities aim to foster dialogue in ongoing social transformation in Chile

The eyes of the world have been on Chile in recent weeks. The 23 universities belonging to the Learn Chile network wish to inform that we have maintained constant contact with our foreign students, accompanying them and ensuring their safety, and we will continue to do so. As higher education institutions, our efforts have been […]

Testimonials &

Experiences

My exchange experience in Chile has been unforgettable, without a doubt the best time of my student life. I lived 5 months in Santiago, spending every day with incredible people from all over the world. I learned so much from them, their customs and cultures, local foods, and most importantly, I made the most amazing friends.
Yesenia Gaeta

Nutrition / Universidad Bernardo O’Higgins

During my exchange at the University of Valparaiso I grew both academically and personally. I learned many things from Chilean teachers that have very different views compared to teacher of my country.
Brianda Elaine Beltrán Gracia

Architecture / Universidad de Valparaíso

This University is like taken out of a fairy tale. I´ve never seen anything so beautiful. I love that the University has a small size, because you feel you are a student. Here I’m not just a number, here it’s different.
Izabela Rzezniczak

Law / Universidad de los Andes

Without a doubt, what I liked most about Chile was the relationship I developed with its people. Being able to share my experience with a Chilean family, living with them, made ​​me feel like another Chilean.
Martin Ortuzar

Art / Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso

Among the most important activities I did while in Chile, first I got to know the country, which has a great ecological and natural diversity.
David Andrade Rangel

Law / Universidad Autónoma de Chile

Because I really liked Chile when I came just to get to know Chile, as tourist in 2014. Then, when the opportunity to study here came I was really interested. The UBO was the only University that had the academic mobility program in Chile. I researched about the University and saw that it was good and it would be an unrivalled experience.
Poliana do Carmo Pimenta

Medical Technologist / Universidad Bernardo O’Higgins

My first reason for taking an exchange semester was that I wanted to learn Spanish. I decided to go to Chile because I study History and I feel that the history of Chile in the twentieth century is very interesting.
Carolin Hennrick

History / Universidad de los Andes

The second semester of 2018, the Universidad Bernardo O’Higgins received the student of Psychology, Daniela Ramazzi, from Argentina. Daniela is a psychology student, from the Universidad del Aconcagua, in the neighboring country. During his time in Chile, he highlighted: “The order, cleanliness and technology” of the Bernardo O’Higgins University.
Daniela Ramazzi

Psychology / Universidad Bernardo O’Higgins