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University of Viña Del Mar

Offered by SUNY Brockport


Locations:  Chile (Viña Del Mar)

International students have the opportunity to take courses for one or more semesters at the UVM schools with Chilean students, or during the summer term.  Overall, the University of Viña del Mar has had an excellent reputation within the South American academic community for more than 20 years. The 10 schools of the Universidad Viña del Mar offer a wide variety of careers to international students: Architecture, Arts and Design, Social Sciences, Agricultural Sciences, Health Sciences, Communications, Education, Engineering, Business and Law. There is also a Spanish Center with 8 years of experience teaching international students in order to master their Spanish skills. Besides UVM has a variety of programs for foreign students such as International Programs of Double Degree; Thematic tailored programs for International Universities: Human Rights, Travel Literature, Public Health, Environment, Chilean and Latin American Film, Business, Earthquakes & Tsunamis; and International Volunteer Programs in Chile.  Students live with a host family during this program in Vina del Mar.

Language of Instruction:  English, Spanish

Eligibility: Sophomore, Junior, or Senior, 2.5 GPA

Program Type: Study Abroad

Term Information
Term Undergraduate Credits Graduate Credits Application Deadline
Fall 13 - 15 N/A April 15
Spring 13 - 15 N/A October 15
Summer (5 week) 6 - 6 6 - 6 April 1

International Internship

Offered by College at Oneonta


Locations:  Canada (Toronto), Chile (Santiago), Germany (Berlin), Hong Kong (Hong Kong), India (Mumbai), Singapore (Singapore)

The program is offered in partnership between SUNY Oneonta and the Academic Internship Council.  It is intended for students pursuing degrees and/or have a strong interest in gaining related experience through applied learning (international internship) in the following locations: Berlin, Toronto, Santiago, Singapore, Mumbai, and Hong Kong. The curriculum combines theory from classroom instruction with direct practical components including hands-on projects and cultural activities. Please note: Summer programs are not available in Singapore.

Language of Instruction:  English, German, Spanish

Eligibility: Matriculated students. Minimun GPA of 2.0. Students must submit required documents: essay, three references, transcript, and complete application

Program Type: Study Abroad

Term Information
Term Undergraduate Credits Graduate Credits Application Deadline Additional Opportunities
Summer (8 Week) 8 8 January 30 Internship
Spring (Semester) 12 12 September 30 Internship
Fall (Semester) 12 12 April 30 Internship

Chile: Doing Business in Emerging Markets

Offered by Binghamton University


Locations:  Chile (Santiago)

Santiago de Chile has been the capital of Chile since the 16th century, and is now the largest city in the country. Surrounded by the Andes mountains, the city is a fusion of history with its colonial roots and neoclassical architecture , and modern, with a strong business core of the country producing 45% of Chile's GDP. Students on the program will be stationed in Santiago, with business site visits in the coastal cities of Valparaiso and Vina del Mar. An additional day is planned for students to tour the Vina Santa Rita winery and have a tasting, as Chile is world famous for its wine.

This 3-credit School of Management faculty-led program for undergraduate and graduate students will provide students with an understanding of the real economic and business mechanisms of Chile and the Latin American region.  Students will learn from fellow Chilean classmates and participate in discussions with local business professional in Santiago on political, economic, and business conditions of international business and the role of Chile as an emerging market in the global market place. Students will earn credit for the following course (currently pending Binghamton University approval)

IBUS 480F / 581F* ( These are updated, corrected course numbers)

Academic Fields:  Business, Management, Marketing, And Related Support Services (Business Administration, Management and Operations)

Language of Instruction:  English

Eligibility: 2.5 minimum GPA, two strong letters of recommendation

Program Type: Faculty Led

Term Information
Term Undergraduate Credits Graduate Credits Application Deadline
Winter (two weeks) 3 - 3 3 - 3 October 14
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