Universidad Andrés Bello (Chile)

Santiago's urban and natural framework, its mountainous terrain, and its proximity to Chile's central coastline are ideal for experiencing the nature and culture of the most southern country in the world.

Home Institution: You'll have the opportunity to study Spanish language and contemporary Chilean society through a wide selection of academic courses at the Universidad Andrés Bello, widely regarded as one of Chile's most important private universities, as well as personal interaction and immersion in the host culture. The USAC Santiago program offers academic coursework in Spanish Language, Latin American, and Anthropological Studies. The Spanish language course offerings, in particular, enable Simmons students to complement their language curriculum by taking courses in literature, art, history, sociology, political science, economics, women's studies, community development, anthropology, native cultures, and technology.

Majors*: Courses available in English and Spanish in the following academic disciplines: literature, art, history, sociology, political science, economics, women's studies, community development, anthropology, native cultures, and technology. USAC Chile also offers classes that fulfill many Key Content Areas (KCAs).

Housing*: Students can elect to reside in homestay accommodation or shared apartment units within commuting distance of campus.

Requirements: Minimum 3.0 GPA

For more information about the USAC Chile program, please click here.

Students can begin an application here.

*Coursework and housing are subject to change based on availability.


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