Students have the option of directly enrolling in nine different universities in six distinct locations. Each city--Concepción, La Serena, Santiago, Temuco, Valdivia, and Valparaíso--has its own unique local flavor, and oftentimes its own climate. Students should be prepared for the different educational environment in Chile. Classes are generally large and lecture based with less emphasis placed on class participation. The universities located in the smaller metropolitan areas often have fewer international students and therefore a more authentic Chilean educational experience.
Founded in 1959, the Middlebury C.V. Starr School in Germany provides students with the opportunity to experience one of two diverse sites. By studying and living alongside their German peers, students have the unique chance to improve their German while choosing courses from the entire academic curriculum.