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Last updated June, 2019
Language of Instruction
- Courses are taught in Spanish, with a small number of courses available in English.
- All students attending UC must have a suitable level of Spanish - even when planning to take only courses in English while on exchange.
UC offers over 3,500 regular courses in various areas.
- Search for courses - for courses in English type in the major in English under "Nombre Curso" (ie Politics or Economics).
- Courses offered at UC
- Spanish language and literature courses in S1 2016 under "Letras"
Spanish Language Courses
The Spanish courses at UC are not part of the exchange agreement. Exchange students will pay for courses to UC directly.
- Academic Year: March - December
- First Semester: March - July
- Second Semester: August - December
Course Load and Minimum Unit Requirements
- Minimum Course Load: 30 Credits per Semester
- Maximum Course Load: 50 Credits per Semester
One credit: one hour of work per week.
Most courses at UC are 10 credit courses (4 contact hours + 6 hours of individual work per week) during 18 weeks (one semester).
Accommodation and the Cost of Living
UC does not provide accommodation for foreign students. Students are responsible for making their own accommodation arrangements.
Estimated cost of Living
Student Visa and Insurance
- 2018 S1 BA SPAN EG
- 2015 S2 BSc PHSI BA SPAN BL ( 327K PDF format)
- 2015 S1 & 2014 S2 BCom FINC ECON JH (578K PDF format)
- 2014 S1 BA Hons SPAN AM (502K PDF format)
The University, City and Region
Founded in 1888, The Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile is a national non state University with 30% public support. UC has 18 Schools distributed among four campuses in Santiago and one regional campus located in the south of Chile
The City of Santiago
Chile's capital city and cultural and economic centre of the nation, Santiago occupies a spectacular intermountain basin at the foot of the highest peaks in the Andes. Safe and modern, Santiago sits in a basin between the Coast Range to the west and the Andes to the east.
World-class ski areas in the central Andes lie only forty-five minutes away, up steep switchbacks which climb over 7500 feet in twenty-six miles. Numerous vineyards surround the capital; hot springs, seventeenth-century colonial haciendas, and national parks in both the Andes and the Coast Range, all make easy day trips. At night, visitors may choose from a variety of restaurants serving all types of regional and ethnic cuisines.
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