The international team´s mission is to provide quality education through its academic programs to all international students.
We strive to give international students the necessary skills to become integrated into UVM’s academic community, and Chilean culture through experiential learning. We aim to give students the necessary tools to learn and express themselves in Spanish, but also provide them with opportunities to put their abilities into practice in the real world.
Deadlines for Spanish Program, Semester in English Program, Explore V, Outreach V:
Intensive Spanish Program.
For further information please contact us: [email protected]
Universidad de Congreso
Universidad Nacional de Cuyo
Universidad Católica de Cuyo
Universidad Católica de Salta
Universidad Nacional de Rosario
Universidad Nacional del Litoral
Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero
Fachhochschule Trier – University of Applied Sciences
CBS International Business School
Karlshochschule International University
Universidade de Passo Fundo
Centro Universitario Sao Camilo
Universidad de Ribeirao Preto
Instituto Federal de Educación, Ciencia y Tecnología del Triángulo Mineiro
Fundação de Ensino e Pesquisa do Sul de Minas (UNIS)
Universidade Estadual Do Norte Do Paraná
Universidade do Vale do Paraiba
Thompson Rivers University
Universidad de Ciencias Aplicadas y Ambientales
Universidad De La Sabana
Pontificia Universidad Javeriana de Bogotá
Fundación Universitaria del Área Andina
Universidad de Pamplona
Universidad Colegio Mayor de Cundinamarca
Escuela Colombiana de Rehabilitación-Institución Universitaria
Universidad del Valle
Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Universidad de Granada
Universidad de León
Universidad de Cantabria
Universidade da Coruña (Áreas: Ciencias del deporte y la Educación Física, Ingeniería Civil, Ingeniería Informática, Derecho, Administración de Empresas, Economía, Terapia Ocupacional, Ciencias de la Comunicación, Enfermería)
Universidad Rovira i Virgili
Universidad de Alicante
Universidad de Vic – Universidad Central de Cataluña
Universidad de Lleida
Universidad de Córdoba
Universidad de Deusto
Escuela Internacional de Gestión Hotelera y Gastronomía IHMGS (Golden Hill)
The University of Oklahoma
Castleton State College
Sam Houston State University
Northern Arizona University
Saginaw Valley State University
California State University, Monterey Bay
University of Nebraska at Kearny
Southern New Hampshire University
University of Oulu
YSCHOOLS (EX-GROUPE ESC TROYES) (Doble Título Ingeniería en Gestión de Negocios Internacionales)
Université Jean Monnet de Saint – Étienne
ISC Paris School of Management
Groupe EDH (EFAP School of Communication – ICART School of Art Management – EFJ School of Journalism)
Seinan Gakuin University
Riga Technical University
Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara
Universidad Marista de Mérida
Universidad Autónoma de Aguascalientes
Universidad de Guadalajara
Universidad de Colima
Universidad Autónoma de Baja California
Universidad de Guanajuato
Instituto Tecnológico de Sonora (ITSON)
Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez
Universidad Anáhuac Mayab
University of Adger
Universidad Privada Norbert Wiener
Universidad Ricardo Palma
Universidad Privada del Norte
Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas
Universidad de Piura
Universidad Nacional Agraria de la Selva
Universidad Católica San Pablo
Universidad de la Republica
Kookmin University (College of Business Administration) (solo Escuela de Negocios)
This is the first step in your journey abroad! We are here to help prepare you for your upcoming adventure. Not only will you be putting your academic studies into practice in an international setting, but you will also have the chance to explore the beauty of the country and experience the Chilean lifestyle!Download Handbook
If you are a student in one of UVM’s partner universities, you should apply via the office of International Relations at your home university. To see a list of our partner universities, please visit our agreements page. If you are a direct enrollment student, you should contact [email protected] to request more information about application procedures indicating your study period and program choice.
The prices vary depending on the program, and if you wish to stay with a host family. For more inforamtion regarding prices, please contact [email protected] with your name, name of your home university, and the program of your choice.
For direct enrollment students only: Tuition/program cost liability is based on the date on which a formal written cancellation request is received by UVM. If a cancellation notice is received:
Fall/Spring Semesters: Up to one month’s prior written notice, no payment will be due. With written notice up to 15 days prior to program start date 10% of total program costs will be due to the UVM per student. With less than 15 days of prior notice to program start date, 25% of each students total program costs will be due to the UVM. Once a program begins students are responsible for paying 100% of the tuition cost. An exception will be made if a student gives written notice of their cancelation, but expresses their interest in coming during the upcoming semester, in which case 50% of their total program costs must me made to the UVM to reserve their future placement.
For Intensive Spanish Programs (4 weeks): Up to one month’s prior written notice, no payment will be due. With written notice up to 15 days prior to program start date 10% of total program costs will be due to the UVM per student. With less than 15 days of prior notice to program start date, 25% of each students total program costs will be due to the UVM. Once a program begins students are responsible for paying 100% of the tuition cost. An exception will be made if a student gives written notice of their cancelation, but expresses their interest in coming during the upcoming semester, in which case 50% of their total program costs must me made to the UVM to reserve their future placement.
If you are a direct enrollment student, or will be staying with a host family, payment is due by the first day of orientation.
The International Campus of the UVM is located at Diego Portales 90, where all Spanish as a Second Language and Semester in English classes are held. This campus is shared with the School of Business and is centrally located.
The warmth of its people and the perfect blend of culture and entertainment is what Viña del Mar can offer all those visiting the area, a long with safety, a stable economy, museums, cinemas, theaters, outdoor activities, miles of beaches, and great nightlife.
Viña is a coastal town nestled perfectly between the hills of Valparaiso, a World Heritage City, and the sand dunes of Concon, the gastronomical capital of Chile. Viña del Mar is also located only one and a half hours from Chile’s capital, Santiago.
Pablo Neruda’s home, La Sebastiana, located in the hills of Valparaiso, is now a museum which houses the keepsakes and personal items of one of Chile’s most important poets.
Just north of Viña del Mar is the town of Con con where you can go hiking or sandboarding on its rolling dunes, or go surfing or stand up paddle in one of its many beaches.
Visit the Mount Campana, the highest peak inthe region of Valparaiso, where you can enjoy camping, BBQs or hiking for the day.
The Fonck Museum in Viña del Mar is a popular place to visit and learn more about Easter lsland’s history and culture.
The Botanical Gardens are located just 15 minutes from downtown Viña del Mar where you can enjoy leisurely walks through the gardens and have a picnic or BBQ.
In the winter season, you can go skiing or snowboarding at the various ski resorts located in Santiago.
One of the richest experiences a student can have while studying abroad is staying with a Chilean host family. Living with a Chilean host family will provide students with first hand experiences as to how Chileans typically live.
Our host families have been carefully chosen and selected by our housing coordinator to ensure a safe and caring environment.
Students fill out a housing questionnaire to learn more about their living styles, diets, and the type of interaction they would like to have with their host families. We use this information to best place them with a family who will fit their needs and personalities.
Students who wish to live on their own, or with a group of students, can request information from us on recommended neighborhoods, housing websites, and trusted residency houses to stay at in Viña del Mar.
The International Club at Universidad Viña del Mar (UVM) is a program created by the Office of International Cooperation and Outreach that seeks to integrate international students and promote their integrations with local Universidad Viña del Mar (UVM) students. The main objective is to build lasting relationships between local students and international students who study at Universidad Viña del Mar (UVM). This meets our objective to strengthen “Internationalization at Home,” which encourages multicultural learning values such as diversity and respect.