Studying in Chile

Chilean universities are considered among the best educational institutions of Latin America, which is why over 26 thousand international students choose Chile as the place to improve their academic abilities every year. Chile offers a wide range of varied and flexible academic programs in order to fulfill every student’s needs. In this sense, Chilean exchange programs stand out, including Spanish and Latin American Culture courses, besides graduate and postgraduate programs in almost every academic field.


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Santiago para niños

Santiago for Kids

Wednesday 05 April, 2017

Roller coasters, interactive science, and contact with animals are some of the activities that the Chilean capital offers tourists with children.

Museo Gabriela Mistral

Learn about Chile’s Regional Museums and What They Have to Offer

Friday 31 March, 2017

Indigenous cultures and collections that correspond to historic events related to each area are what Chile’s regional museums have to offer. All of them are free of charge.

Idioma en Chile

Language of Chile: Chilenismos, Castellano and indigenous roots

Thursday 09 June, 2016

Even Chileans will tell you that their Spanish is a challenge. This is Chile has provided a short guide to some essential Chilenismos that every visitor should know.




Contrasts that coexist

As Chile grows and develops, it protects its ecosystem. Eight World Biosphere Reserves are found within its extraordinarily diverse territory.


Tradition moving towards a vision of the future

People who are connected to the world and open to change, without losing their values, that are always moving, with a young spirit and a hunger to learn — lovers of liberty and a respect for diversity.


The challenges of evolution

The sustained economic growth over more than 25 years, along with globalization, has transformed the Chilean society, invigorated the middle class and improved the general expectations of the population.


The coexistence of a variety of expressions

Poets and antipoets; the established and the emerging; the classics and the nonconforming; all of which contribute to Chilean art’s many nuances.


A young nation

A young nation with a firm eye on the future as well as a strong history — bearing the footprint of the continent’s earliest inhabitants who lived here more than 12,500 years previously.


Stable and open to the world

Stability is what best defines the Chilean economy. The breadth of commercial opportunity has propelled solid and sustained growth year in year out.