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Australian expert shares insights on how to build an international curriculum in higher education

Professor Betty Leask —who gave a lecture at UC Chile in April— is a worldwide recognized researcher and consultant regarding the internationalization of the…

students walking around the San Joaquin Campus

New promising ways to strengthen global relations at UC Chile

Fresh concepts drive the Office of the Vice President for International Affairs, such as "being able to cross borders without leaving the university" or…

International students inside the Fresno Hall, at Main Campus.

UC Chile Welcomes International Students After Two Years of Online Classes

More than 300 students from 20 different countries will join the UC community in the first semester of 2022. "We expect to end the year with more than 500…

Blind student reading with her fingers.

UC Chile created the first international mobility program for students with disabilities

The initiative is an unprecedented equity-based system for students with disabilities who will apply for exchange programs in five Spanish university partners.

Mobility Programs into Pandemic

Our international mobility team has overcome numerous obstacles to keep international programs afloat throughout 2021. During this time, our primary concern…

international students listening

New directions with a global focus for our community

Based on the 2020-2025 Development Plan, we would like to share two new initiatives recently launched by the Vice-President of International Affairs (VRAI).

The Afternoon Show: a space to meet partner universities

Virtuality has allowed us to connect with our partner universities creatively. Under this dynamic, "The Afternoon Show" is born, a program that will be…

Four international students walk through the San Joaquin campus.

UC promotes a comprehensive internationalization model for the community

Within the new 2020-2025 Development Plan framework, the Adjunct Office of the Vice President for International Affairs VRAI) promotes Internationalization at…

Image of a student orientation before the pandemic. Credits: César Cortés. Alt: Group of international students and a UC counselor in the Manuel José Yrarrázaval hall, Casa Central.

How does the reception and support for international students work?

Studying abroad is challenging. At UC, we help you to tackle it smoothly. The International Services team works with you throughout the process: from managing…