|Program Sponsor:||CSU International Programs|
|Dates / Deadlines:|
|Term||Year||App Deadline||Decision Date||Start Date||End Date|
|Academic Year||2018-2019||03/01/2018 **||Rolling Admission||TBA||TBA|
** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
|GPA Requirement:||3.0||Class Standing:||Graduate, Junior, Senior, Sophomore|
|Language of Instruction:||Spanish||Language Prerequisite:||4+ sem/6+ qtr college-level Spanish with B average|
|Areas of Study:||Anthropology, Architecture, Art, Art (Studio), Art History, Biology, Business, Chemistry, Communications, Comparative Literature, Economics, Education, Engineering, Environmental Science, Environmental Studies, Geography, History, International Business, International Relations, International/Global Studies, Latin American Studies, Liberal Studies, Mathematics, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Religious Studies, Science, Sociology, Spanish, Urban Planning/Studies, Viticulture|
CHILE: PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATOLICA DE CHILE
|Calendar Year Application Deadlines
September 1: Priority Deadline
|Academic Year Application Deadlines
February 1: Priority Deadline
March 1: Secondary Deadline
April 1: Late Applicant Deadline
Note: CSU IP recommends that students apply by the priority deadline as available spaces may be limited on popular programs.
3.0 Cumulative GPA
CSU Class Standing
Sophomore, Junior, or Senior.
4 semesters/6 quarters of college-level Spanish with a B average.
PROGRAM AT A GLANCE
|Art (Studio)||Environmental Studies||Political Science|
|Communications||International/Global Studies||Urban Planning|
|Comparative Literature||Latin American Studies||Viticulture|
CLICK HERE to view the online course catalog.
Students are required to take the equivalent of 15 CSU units per semester.
CLICK HERE to view the Academic Bulletin for this program for further details regarding course credits and academic policies.
Students pay the same tuition for Chile: Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile the tuition paid for their home CSU campus. For more information on costs, including accommodations, travel and other expenses, see the Budget Estimates above.
CSU IP students spend an Academic Year or Calendar Year abroad on this program. The traditional Chilean academic cycle begins in February and ends in November (see Calendar Year below).
Academic Year: July to June
Calendar Year: February to November
The Chile: Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile program is affiliated with the Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile (PUC), which was founded in 1888 and has four campuses in Santiago. PUC is a comprehensive university with a full range of academic offerings including art, business, chemistry, computer science, engineering, geography, physics, political science, media studies, Spanish and viticulture.
PUC’s academic year begins in March and ends in December, however the CSU IP Chile program follows the U.S. calendar so students will begin in the PUC second semester (beginning in July).
The program begins with an intensive two week Preparatory Language Program (PLP), which involves grammar and conversation coursework designed to improve language skills and prepare students for the academic year. During the fall semester, all students will take a Chilean culture course covering history, literature, politics and social issues. Students will also take a Spanish language course and other courses offered at PUC. During the spring semester, students will study advanced Spanish language, in addition to other courses taken at PUC. All instruction is in Spanish.
For more information about the academic program, students may refer to the CSU IP Academic Bulletin for the previous year. Note that course offerings are subject to change and may not be offered during the year of intended study.
The Chile: Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile program is located in Santiago, the capital and largest city in Chile. Santiago is the cultural, political and financial center of Chile; it is home to the regional headquarters of many multinational corporations and the Chilean executive and judicial powers are located there. Santiago has developed a modern infrastructure and has South America’s most extensive subway system.
Upon arrival in Chile, students are provided with temporary accommodations arranged by CSU IP. During the orientation week, the on-site staff will provide students with housing information and assist them in finding permanent accommodations.