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Art History in Florence. Biomedical Engineering in Barcelona. Comparative Healthcare Systems in Havana. Global Business in London. With API Customized Programs, some of the best learning happens outside of the classroom walls. The world is your classroom. API is ready to help you develop your next customized or faculty-led program.
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Experience the world from anywhere in the world with API’s virtual programs. Tackle global challenges, study a new language with native speakers, give your resume a global edge, and more! Want to go abroad and go virtual? You can mix and match your programs to do both at the same time.
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Study Abroad + Options
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Santiago, the capital and the largest city in Chile, was founded in 1541. It is home to over a third of Chileans and is the commercial and political center of Chile. With a vast public transportation system, a growing economy, top universities, it is one of South America's most modern, safe, and thriving cities.
Santiago offers a diverse range of cultural attractions, including eclectic neighborhoods, museums, shopping, restaurants, and cafes. European influences can be seen in the neoclassical architecture, city parks, and cuisine. The Museo de Historia National, Museo National de Bellas Artes, Cerro de San Cristobal, and barrio Bella Vista are just a few of the sights to see.
Centrally located in Chile, Santiago makes a great starting point for visiting other parts of the country. On the weekends, visitors might find themselves hiking in Patagonia, walking beautiful coastal beach areas, skiing in the Andes, or touring world-class vineyards in Mendoza, Argentina. It is no wonder that so many people choose to intern abroad in Santiago!
“I absolutely want to include both Spanish and environmental conservation into my future career. This experience provided me with exposure to both of these areas and I am confident that the skills I gained from my internship will be transferable to my future professional pursuits."
Empanadas (savory pastries)
Pastel de Choclo (corn pie)
Mote Huesillo (peach beverage)
Fiestas Patrias (September 18-19)
Santiago a Mil (January)
Indigenous New Year (June 21-24)
Laura will be your Program Manager and prepare you to go abroad!
Claudia Aliaga will be your Resident Director and a resource for you on-site.