Imagine: UAI Global Classroom

Imagine: UAI Global Classroom

Imagine a brand new world at UAI
Carlos Ramírez
Carlos Ramírez
International Relations Director
Imagine Global, Imagine UAI

Today it’s the time to imagine, to rethink the future … education is an instance that has the ethical challenge of providing new spaces for learning for the future leaders of our society, for the leaders of change and for those who will be affected by high complexity risks.

In this context, international education has great challenges and difficulties that contribute to providing our students with diverse, innovative and inclusive educational opportunities that invite them to explore, analyze, discover, ask and challenge their environment.

In this, the Adolfo Ibáñez University has wanted to maintain its international academic offer for the autumn of 2020 incorporating new initiatives and privileging online teaching in order to provide the adequate security of our international students.

For our team this time has been a process of learning. What we have found since we started working on our new International Programs for 2021 was the importance of strengthen the training process of our international students with a diverse, innovative and relevant to global reality offer. With a focus in Chile and Latin America.

I invite you to explore the different alternatives you can find in our  UAI Global Classroom Distance Learning portfolio of international experiences for this semester

UAI Global Classroom- Distance Learning and Face to Face Courses Fall 2020
Fall Semester 2020
Specially Designed Courses Online (English Classes)
Fall Semester 2020
Spanish Language Courses Online
Fall Semester 2020
Undergraduate Courses (Online)
Fall Semester 2020-2021
Signature Short Face To Face Programs
Fall Semester 2020
Short Term Program (Online)
UAI Training Center (Online)
Language programs
LanguageLAB (Online)

Certificate In Latin American Studies

Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez offers a Certificate in Latin-American Studies to those students who meet the following requirements:

  • The students must pass a minimum number of 12 UAI credits:
  • 9 of the 12 credits have to belong to courses related to Latin America.
  • The remaining 3 credits can be either from courses about Latin America or Spanish classes.

In order to have a certificate specialized with a major:

  • 9 of the 12 credits have to belong to courses specifically related to the major (HISTORY AND CULTURE or BUSINESS).
  • The remaining 3 credits can be either from courses about Latin America or Spanish classes.
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Global Online Experience
Sara Pérez Casas
Sara Pérez Casas
Universidad del País Vasco

I am right now following the classes on line and the truth is that I am delighted with the response that the university has had to the pandemic because from the first moment we have started with the classes via Zoom and everything possible has been done to make it work and the truth is that both teachers and students have adapted very well and very quickly to continue with the contents in this way. If a problem occurs or if there is an unforeseen event, the university has been there, providing solutions as quickly as possible, trying to ensure that no one is harmed by this, and that we all continue to learn so I am delighted.

UAI Global Classroom- Distance Learning and Face to Face Courses Fall 2020
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