Location
  • Chile
    • Santiago

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English
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Aug 15, 2019
Jan 11, 2013
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About Program

BridgeAbroad offers professional internships in Santiago, Chile, along with medical shadowing programs. Santiago is considered one of the top cities to visit in Latin America, providing you with a global perspective and experience working abroad. Bridge provides hands-on experience, 24/7 support, and internships in a variety of fields. Visit the BridgeAbroad website to learn more about how you can intern abroad in Chile!

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Program Highlights

  • As an intern in Santiago, you will be exposed to the dynamic Latin American environment, and have the opportunity to work with professionals in your career field.
  • If you choose the medical shadowing program, you will get to know and understand the advanced South American healthcare system from the inside. The South American healthcare system combines public and private sectors and generally provides coverage at low
  • Interns receive 24/7 support, housing assistance, and a variety of other resources to help you along during your time in Chile.
  • One of the best parts of living in another country is improving your language skills. Add an invaluable skill to your resume--knowing another language--to make yourself more marketable in today's economy. BridgeAbroad interns also have access to language
  • Network with professionals, gain access to Bridge's social media platforms, and grasp the chance to blog about your experience and connect with alumni.

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Graham
8/10
Yes, I recommend this program

be fluent

I speak spanish well, but am not fluent. Nobody in my office spoke engish so everything was a spanish, which was great because I got to practice, but was horrible because I rarely had anything to do for them. It's a 10.5 hour workday here which is a really long time if you're just browsing the internet. My homestay was awesome, and the people and the city are incredible

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