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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 […]

2 July, 2019

More than 150 cooperation agreements will be generated following NAFSA 2019

For a sixth consecutive year, educational institutions which form part of Learn Chile were present at the NAFSA 2019 conference, the largest meeting of international educators in the world, which took place from May 28 to 31 in Washington, D.C., United States. Chile joined more than 10,000 attendees from over 100 countries at this annual […]

19 June, 2019

20 Chilean universities among the top 100 in Latin America

Once again, Chile stands out in the region for the quality of its higher education, leading the Times Higher Education ranking which lists the best universities in Latin America and the Caribbean. Chile’s Pontificia Universidad Católica obtained first place in this year’s ranking, which has historically been led by Brazilian institutions. According to Simon Marginson, […]

14 August, 2018

Ambassadors and foreign academics participate in the 1st International Congress on Cultural Diplomacy at Universidad Santo Tomás

The activity, organized by the cultural center Mohamed VI of the Embassy of Morocco, together with the University of Santo Tomás, highlighted the importance of cultural diplomacy as a bridge of dialogue among civilizations. The importance in the communication and the approach between the peoples were the central themes of the inauguration of the I […]

23 July, 2018

UBO gave warm farewell to its first semester exchange students

With a sample of Chilean native culture, the Direction of International Institutional Relations of Universidad Bernardo O’Higgins sent off the exchange students that studied at the different faculties of the higher education institutions during the first semester of 2018. Young students who attend partnered universities from Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Spain, France, Mexico, Paraguay and Peru became familiar […]

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

Thanks to a scholarship granted by the Faculty of Theology and Sciences (FATEC), in Brazil, Naiara Bianchi fulfilled her dream of doing a student exchange abroad. Thus, in July 2018, she undertook her journey to Chile to study at Duoc UC and expand her horizons.

Naiara Bianchi

Electricity and Industrial Automation Engineering / Duoc UC