Study Abroad in Chile
Study in Chile and soak up vibrant local and regional culture in the capital city of Santiago.
Bordered by the Andes mountains to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west, Chile is home to beautiful contrasting landscapes, a rapidly developing economy, and a wealth of secrets for you to uncover. When you study abroad in Chile, you’ll be in the lively, cosmopolitan capital city of Santiago, regarded as one of Latin America’s most modern and dynamic destinations.
Explore CIEE’s study abroad programs in Chile and learn about Chilean traditions and customs while immersing yourself in Spanish language. When you study in Chile, you can visit urban centers, modern resort cities, local arts, beaches, recreation facilities, and more!
Whether you want to go on study tours, intern, or volunteer abroad, studying abroad in Chile is sure to pique your interest. Enroll directly in a wide range of elective courses, including business, communication, Spanish language, and international relations, at three prestigious universities.
Study Abroad Programs in Chile
Studying Abroad in Chile Experiences
I really enjoyed the courses offered by CIEE, as well as the universities that we had the option of studying at. I also liked living with a host family very much.William L., Clark University
Great program, great people.Javier R., Indiana University-Bloomington
Study Abroad in Chile Blog
Frequently Asked Questions
IS CHILE A GOOD PLACE TO STUDY ABROADClick to Open
Home to some of Latin America’s best universities, Chile is a good place to study abroad for students looking to study at prestigious institutions, all while immersing themselves in Chilean culture and Spanish language. Living in Chile as a student presents you with a variety of opportunities to explore the unique landscape, urban center, and neighboring areas of Santiago on exciting culture trips.
WHY SHOULD I STUDY ABROAD IN CHILEClick to Open
You should study abroad in Chile for several reasons, from being able to improve your Spanish skills every day to having the chance to intern with a local business or volunteer in the community. Whether you want to learn more about Chile’s history, culture, food, people, traditions, etc., CIEE’s study abroad programs in Chile offer something that every student can enjoy!
WHAT IS THE WEATHER LIKE IN CHILEClick to Open
Situated on the west side of South America next to the Pacific Ocean, Santiago, Chile is generally regarded as having a Mediterranean climate with warm, dry summers and mild winters. Year round, the weather in Chile varies with warmer months from November to March and cooler months from June to August.