Chile, one of the most southern cultural, political and geographical societies of the American continent, adds to this identity its attractive and complex interaction of languages, communities, arts, sciences and technologies, among other perspectives.
This Summer University Program (Winter in Chile), intended for International and national Students and professors, explores chilean society as a participant in the dilemas and the inedit perspectives opened by social demands for new cultural, political, and economic standards according to a modern and democratic society in the 21st century.
This Program, elaborated within the framework of the “Development Agenda 2030” and the “Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)” of the United Nations, seeks to explore and analyze the present of Chile througha set of 4 thematic modular sessions in the fields of:
The program, developed by teachers, researchers, artists and participants of cultural and social experiences, consists of 4 thematic modular sessions, each lasting 12 days. Although the sessions are designed to be taken in a successive and complementary order, it is still possible to participate in the number of sessions that each participant agreers (either only 1, 2, 3 or all the 4 sessions).
Each of the 4 sessions contains a common design that includes:
Viña del Mar
Each 2 week module gives 3 American credits. Seize this opportunity and complete a semester in just 2 months!