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Set against the stunning backdrop of the Andes mountains, Santiago de Chile is one of the country's most important, exciting and modern cities.
The urban bustle - thanks to Santiago's 5 million inhabitants and its status as a major financial hub - takes place in an eclectic scene of colonial architecture, modern skyscrapers, quiet parks, elegant shopping, earthy markets, atmospheric restaurants, an exciting nightlife and more!
Plus, just a short trip from the city and you can be skiing the slopes or on the beach soaking up the sun. All of this - and more! - make Santiago de Chile a fantastic destination to study abroad and immerse yourself in the Chilean culture.
When you come to study abroad in Santiago de Chile, you will enjoy a traditional and historic school building with the best facilities.
The school is set between two streets in Providencia- one of Santiago's nicest neighborhoods. Its prime location gives you quick access to any of the public transport systems; two subway stations are just three blocks away and many bus lines have stops nearby.
School facilities include: kitchen with a refrigerator, microwave and water dispenser; meeting room with lounge and bar area where coffee, tea and cookies are always available; 7 classrooms; a multimedia room with flat screen TV, DVD and audio system; free internet access in the computer room; front and back yards with sitting areas - great for relaxing or doing homework!
Intensive Group Course
Super Intensive Group Course
Private Spanish Lessons
Learn Salsa + Spanish
Staying with a host family in Santiago de Chile and participating in their day-to-day life is the best way to learn the language and discover Chile's culture. You will stay in a single room with a half board meal plan.
Depending on requests and availability, you can also choose to reside in one of Santiago de Chile's student residences. These residences are dispersed throughout the city.
Santiago de Chile is jam-packed with interesting things to do, see and explore. To help you discover the city's endless treasures, our partner school in Chile organized two afternoon activities each week. Guided by one of our Spanish teachers, these activities out and about in the city generally last approximately three hours.
You can also take advantage of a variety of excursions, but students are responsible for their own transportation and museum entrance fees. In lieu of classes, there are sometimes day-trips organized upon students' requests. The costs of these trips are not included in the course prices and can vary depending upon the location and duration of the excursion.
Some of the more frequent activities that we offer include: Florestal Park and the Museum of Fine Arts, Cerro San Cristóbal, Viña Concha y Toro, Isla Negra, Pomaire and La Moneda and the Cousino Palace.
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