Study in Chile

Study in Chile

Chile is a South American country neighbouring Peru, Bolivia and Argentina.

In South America, it is one of the most economically and socially stable and

prosperous nation. It is a member of the United Nations Organisation as well

as other world bodies such as the Union of South American

Nations (UNASUR) and the Community of Latin American and Caribbean

States (CELAC). The capital is Santiago and Spanish is the national language.

The Chilean Peso is the currency. Among the South American nations, it has

the highest per capita income, economic freedom and low corruption. It has

high living standards as compared to other South American countries.

It has the best universities in Latin America to procure competent quality

education, many of which have exchange programmes with universities in the

US. Goods and services are quite inexpensive in Chile, with public

transportation usually less than 1 USD. The cost of living is much lower as

compared to what it is in Europe, US and Australia. Other than study, it is

great place to get internship. It is a great place for academic research and

scientists stay in Chile to study minerals, earthquakes and volcanoes, and

from its astronomical observatories.

World class museums, snow capped Andes mountains and several dozen

universities make Santiago, the capital city of Chile, a preferred study

destination among the the other South American nations. Chile is known for

its wine industry. The land and climate in some parts of Chile are so perfect

for the cultivation of grapes that majestic French and American companies

have invested massively in Chile. This influx of money and opportunity has

made Chile an enriching educational place to study. The qualifications of

Chile are recognised all over the world. Each year around 3200 students from

the US come to Chile to study. All these factors couple to conclude that Chile

is a numero uno place to study in South America.

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Chile at a Glance

Chile has a lot of spectacular glaciers, vast plains, rugged mountains and beautiful sandy beaches. The big cities are surrounded by lush greenery and are close to the country’s hills and coasts. It offers a comfortable lifestyle along with a plethora of social opportunities. From kayaking to jet boating, Chilehas a lot of water sports. It is home to several volcanic cones and is famous for golf.
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Why Study in Chile?

Chilehas an international reputation when it comes to quality education. It offers courses at all levels from certificates to master’s level. It is a welcoming country and students can work up to 20 hours per week during the courses and 40 hours during holidays. The entry requirements in Chileare moderate as compared to other study countries. There are plenty of job opportunities and the visa acquisition process is relatively easier.
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Popular Universities & Courses

Popular Universities/ITPs
  1. 1.University of Canterbury
  2. 2.Lincoln University
  3. 3.Auckland University of Technology
  4. 4.Unitec Institute of Technology
  5. 5.Wellington Institute of Technology
  6. 6.Otago Polytechnic.

 

Popular Courses
  1. 1.Civil and Mechanical Engineering
  2. 2.Construction Management
  3. 3.Logistic and Supply Chain Management
  4. 4.Information Technology
  5. 5.Hospitality and Tourism Management

 

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Qualifying Exams & Coaching

IELTS

TOEFL iBT

PTE

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Chile's Education Cost

The cost of studying in Chileis comparatively affordable than other countries. Tuition fee depends upon the chosen course and its duration. The cost of an undergraduate degree varies from NZ$ 18,000 and NZ$ 25,000 per year and post-graduation studies cost somewhere between NZ$ 10,000 and NZ$ 30,000. The living expenses depend upon your location and range between NZ$ 7,000 and NZ$ 12,000 per year. The same depends on your lifestyle and accommodation.

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Scholarships to Study in Chile

  1. 1.SCHOLARSHIPS
  2. 2.NTERNSHIP PROGRAMES

 

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