Introduction Santiago, both the capital and largest city in Chile, bustles with activity and is home to more than a third of the nation’s inhabitants. Despite its large size, Santiago’s extensive public transport system, including an underground subway, makes it an easy city to navigate. Founded in 1541, the city is nestled in a plain between the Andes Mountains. It is the country’s political, cultural and economic center and boasts all of the corresponding attractions. Students will enjoy its incredible views, where the city’s skyscrapers and surrounding mountains can be admired from afar, as well as its museums, historic sites, shopping centers and restaurants. Students who wish to study abroad in Santiago will complete their coursework at either the Universidad Alberto Hurtado (UAH) or the Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez. The UAH is a Jesuit university focusing on social sciences and the humanities, with the goal of understanding the complex economic, political and cultural problems within Chile and Latin America as a whole. Located in a historic area of Santiago, students will enjoy studying in a beautiful environment alongside local Chilean students. UAI is a private university that was founded in Viña del Mar in 1988, with a campus in Santiago. Building upon the academic tradition started by the Escuela de Negocios de Valparaíso in 1953, it enrolls approximately 9,000 undergraduate and graduate students. UAI offers degrees in business, the liberal arts and humanities, engineering, law and the social sciences. The university offers courses designed for international students in both Spanish and English, as well as options to directly enroll in courses with local Chilean students. “I had the best experience of my life coming here! Thank you so much API for making my time here so special. You made me feel welcome and comfortable in a new, unfamiliar country. Because of this program, I have made memories and friendships that will last me a lifetime!" Emily P.