CIEE Summer Business and Culture Program in Santiago, Chile

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CIEE Summer Business and Culture Program in Santiago, Chile

Begin your study of the Spanish language and gain real-world business experience in the beautiful and modern metropolis of Santiago! You’ll take courses – taught in English – with professors from some of the top Chilean business universities. See the concepts you learn in class come to life in the real world during site visits to local Chilean businesses. And try out your Spanish during a Communicative Spanish course, a homestay with a local family, and fun cultural activities with your peers. Study abroad in Santiago and you’ll: -Visit large and small Chilean companies in different markets -Spend a long weekend exploring northern Chile -Go on a three-day trip to another Latin American city -Live with a family in Santiago -Go on a bike tour through modern and traditional Santiago districts

Subjects

  • Business
  • Culture

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