Location
  • Chile
    • Viña del Mar
Term
Fall, Spring, Winter
Subject Areas
Business Cultural Studies History International Business Latin American Studies Linguistics Literature Marketing
Need-based funding, Merit-based funding, General grants/scholarships, Payment plans, Work study, LGBTQIA+ funding, BIPOC funding
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Program Details

Program Type
Provider
Degree Level
High School Diploma
Housing
Host Family
Language
English

Pricing

Price Details
Included: Personalized Pre-departure Advising; Tuition & Registration; Travel Medical Insurance; On-site Orientation; Housing; Volunteer Opportunities; On-site Staff Support; Excursions and Cultural Engagement; Host Institution Services & Amenities and more. Scholarships available.
What's Included
Some Accommodation Activities Airport Transfers Classes Travel Insurance
Apr 20, 2021
Mar 01, 2016
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About Program

Experience Viña del Mar, nicknamed “The Garden City”! This walkable city hosts a large student population, easy access to the countries natural wonders, and a vibrant social scene. In Viña del Mar, you’ll enjoy the best of both worlds: a lively urban atmosphere alongside relaxing beaches and gardens.

Renowned for its Spanish Center and its pioneering environmental engineering program, Universidad Adolfo Ibanez educates students from around the world. With a variety of programs offered in English and introductory to advanced Spanish courses, Viña del Mar is a place to improve Spanish language skills as well as focus on Communication, Business, and Cultural Studies.

Interested in knowing more? Click the “Visit Site” button to discover what’s possible!

This program is currently not being promoted on Go Overseas by its provider. Check with CEA CAPA Education Abroad for the most up-to-date information regarding the status of this program.

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Diversity & Inclusion

BIPOC Support

CEA CAPA provides, in conjunction with Diversity Abroad, Destination Guides which provide resources and tips for Black/African-American students, Latinx students, Asian American students, and all other students of color.

LGBTQIA+ Support

Through our personalized advising, CEA CAPA takes steps to understand the needs of a diversity of student identities like the LGBTQIA+ community. In addition to diversity and identity training, CEA CAPA leadership engage in continuous department level project work to identify and revise policies and practices using the appropriate Justice, Equity, Diversity or Inclusion lens as a frame to reduce bias and barriers that impact students, faculty, and staff. CEA CAPA is intentional in elevating diverse student voices and providing a platform for a broad array of identities to share their experiences abroad. The CEA CAPA World Blog promotes stories and personal experiences from the perspectives of diverse student bloggers and vloggers.

Neurodivergent Support

CEA CAPA is willing and able to assist students with learning disabilities and physical disabilities. Students are requested to disclose disabilities through the application health forms as part of their application and in discussion with their application advisor or program manager. The earlier CEA CAPA is made aware of learning or physical disabilities the better we can work with the student, institution, and overseas team to tailor an Individualized Education Program if necessary to support the student.

Impact

Sustainability

CEA CAPA makes a conscious effort to create study abroad experiences that leave a positive impact on host communities. Each location implements a variety of strategies to support the local community and promote sustainability. Examples include:

Use of recycling bins in Study Center locations and in CEA CAPA housing

Signage in CEA CAPA housing urging students to limit water and electricity usage

Students are often given reusable bags and water bottles upon arrival to limit single plastic use

Students are provided with instructions for acquiring transportation passes to promote use of public transportation rather than taxis

Program Highlights

  • Hands-on learning experiences that transform the world abroad into a classroom
  • Personalized Pre-Departure Advising, including visa and immigration support
  • Courses offered in English that fulfill major and general graduation requirements
  • Comprehensive on-site support, including 24/7 emergency phone
  • Career workshops, Internships Abroad, and Alumni Ambassador positions

Program Reviews

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Abigail
5/5
Yes, I recommend this program

A Year on the Other Side of the Hemisphere

I chose to study in Chile because I wanted to have an experience full of a life at the beach, constant outdoor adventure, laid back Latin culture and be able to travel from the Patagonia mountains to the dressiest desert in the world all in the same country. Chile is an amazing country, It feels like my second home. The people are extremely friendly and aways offer a hand of help. Most things don’t cost very much so you able to do more things for the value of your money. The program director was amazing for CEA in Chile. She always helped us out so much and made sure everything was the best it could be. I loved my university because the professor wanted us to travel and when we had class I learned so many interesting things about Latin American in a whole new perspective. I 100 percent recommend going to study in Chile. I extended my program for a year because I didn’t want to leave! You will fall in love with the country and not want to leave. Who wouldn’t want to study in a place you can ski and surf in the same day?

What would you improve about this program?
The only thing I would change is if there were more options for courses/classes available but, everything else is amazing!
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