Latin AmericaN Studies

Analogic Abroad has created a selected model to let the students identify courses and setting goals together with local learning partners.

Latin American Studies

Analogic Abroad has created a selected model to let the students identify courses and setting goals together with local learning partners.

Latin American Studies Program

The Latin American Studies Program has been created to facilitate access to insightful information, discussions and updated trends in Latin American issues.

The program is a comprehensive, intellectually-balanced curriculum aiming to benefit international students who are part of any type of academic Latin American major/minor program at the undergraduate or graduate level. With a combined perspective including the search for modern consolidation, political stability and Latin American  identity rescue, the program has been created based on cross-departmental collaboration  in which sociology, economics, political science, history, arts, culture, and business contribute to a common point of analysis that is recognized in this contemporary identity called Latin America.

This program has been developed in an alliance between Analogic Abroad Chile and Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.

The program is taught completely in English, with local academic bilingual professors from the areas of economic development, political systems and political changes, social issues, human rights, business and public policies.  It is a semester program starting in Fall 2019 in Santiago.

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Program Specifics

  • Duration: 1 semester
  • Placement city: Santiago, Chile
  • Credit Load: 15 U.S. credits (or 22.5 quarter hours) or 30 ECTS credits per semester. It is understood that one course of 4 credits at Chilean universities equals 60 contact hour time
  • Course Enrollment: Based on an academic advising process with Analogic academic team
  • Mandatory A1-A2 level Spanish course during the program.
  • Academic Writing in Spanish course, for Hispanic students during the program.
  • Term: Fall 2019 / Spring 2020


  • GPA Requirement: 3.0 (U.S.).
  • Academic Prerequisite: 4 semesters of university studies completed
  • Statement of Interest (1000 – 1500 words)
  • Pre-departure online interview with Analogic Abroad executive member at least 2 months before departure
  • Language requirement: 5 semesters of English language, or equivalent to the B2 level English language certificate (Advanced) according to the European Common Language Framework

Included Services

  • Airport Transportation on the official program start and end dates.
  • Academic Mentorship
  • Health, Safety and Living Mentorship
  • All visa information and advising provided: requirements, dates, costs (dependent on your country of origin)
  • Housing with host family including: one private room, three meals a day, laundry once a week, wi-fi in the house and family integration
  • 24/7 Emergency contact
  • Insurance

Hypercultural Coaching

Analogic Abroad has made an innovative jump to a new stage in international education through a coaching program of learning during the experience. Hypercultural Coaching program includes the following activities:

  • Chilean Family Welcome Experience: Cooking with the family, dinner, and other family activities.
  • Urban trekking in the city
  • Visit to Santiago’s Human Rights Museum Identity
  • Intercultural Sensitivity with your hands: Cooking Activity
  • Hypercultural Weekend Trip (two nights).
  • Hypercultural Day Trip
  • Guest Speakers
  • Independent Theater Performance
  • Create a hyper expression of art.
  • Sharing your Analogic video with the class.
  • Farewell Activity with Analogic Abroad members and Host Families.

open applications

Applications for 2019 programs