Posts del September, 2020

Tips to Study Online in Chile

Today, studying online is a feasible alternative to help you develop your career. Are you interested in studying abroad but it’s difficult for you to travel? In Chile, different educational institutions have developed online postgraduate programs so that everyone can continue strengthening their academic training from anywhere in the world.

Don’t know what to study? Do you need some information? Are you looking for a scholarship? Studying online at an international university is a process that can be confusing at times, however, here is some advice to help you on your search.

  1. Research the Courses and Programs You’re Interested in

In order to start your search, it’s important that you’re clear on your interests. Do you want to study a Master’s program? Are you looking for another type of postgraduate instruction? A PhD? Maybe an online course? There are plenty of options, therefore, you must choose the type of program you want and the area that you’re aiming for according to your needs and academic interests.

If you want to look at some of the available options, you can check Learn Chile’s social media platforms where we are constantly sharing information about our available programs.

  1. Choose An Institution

Don’t know much about the universities and different educational institutions in Chile? Do you have some in mind but don’t know how to get in touch? Through Learn Chile’s website you can access to all the institutions that are part of our network.

If you want to learn more click here.

  1. Need Guidance? Get in Touch with Learn Chile

If you have a lot of questions, need information about scholarships or want to know how the online mode works, don’t worry! You can find all you need to know at Learn Chile. You can also get in touch with us through any of our social media platforms: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Linkedin.

Remember that Learn Chile is a network of higher education institutions made up of over 20 universities and technical schools supported by the Chilean State through ProChile. The aim of Learn Chile is to strengthen the internationalization of Chile’s academic programs and to promote the country as a great destination for international students.

Lack of Academic Direction? Here is Some Advice on How to Choose a University Program

Choosing a university program is an important step for everyone, since it determines a great deal of our future. The process of identifying what you want to do and finding the adequate academic program for that can be a bit of a hassle, confusing at times, and it can involve a lot of pressure.

What are you going to study? There’s little time left to decide! Have you chosen a university yet? What area do you want to pursue? Maybe these questions are familiar to you because you’ve heard them at family gatherings or while hanging out with your friends. If every time somebody asks you one of these questions you feel like you’re having a crisis, here are some steps to help you choose an academic program.

  1. What do I Want to Do?

The first step is getting to know yourself and finding out what it is that you like doing. Maybe you love helping other people or maybe you prefer to spend your time cooking. Maybe you’re a fan of dental hygiene or you’re usually the one to organize camping trips.

Liking books better than calculators is one of those sings that you need to start identifying. Oftentimes we ignore the different signs that can help us have a better sense of our academic direction.

  1. Take a Test

If you can’t identify any signs of what you like, a career test might be of great help to guide your decision. Lots of platforms and educational institutions offer this type of surveys for free.

You can find some options to take career tests in another one of our articles.

  1. Do Your Research

Once you’ve identified what you want to pursue, you need to start doing research on the different programs available that are related to the area you’re interested in, be it medicine, finance, the humanities, among others.

  1. Seek Help from a University

Once you’re clear on your top 3 preferences, you can reach out to the universities where they offer these programs. Don’t be afraid to call or sending an e-mail, they’ll always be willing to guide you, tell you more about the programs or the application process.

Here you can learn all about the institutions that are part of Learn Chile.

  1. It’s Your Choice

During a time of confusion, when we don’t know what to choose for our future, it is normal to feel pressured and question oneself constantly. But remember that the most important thing is that it’s your choice and no one else’s.

Finally, you’re the one making choices about your future, and even though it’s always good to take advice, it’s not okay to be influenced by comments that will only make us feel even more confused about what we really want.