Semester/Year Programs – Fall/Spring
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Semester/Year Programs (UAC Semester Courses), in which international students attend classes with their Chilean peers, are offered to full-time students.
International participants interested in attending a Semester or Year Abroad at UAC will have the opportunity to study alongside Chilean students and professionals at Universidad de Aconcagua. The university provides an opportunity to promote personal and social opportunities for students and adult learners at local, regional, and national levels. The university offers professional programs in the areas of Health, Engineering, and Social Sciences.
NOTE: International Students, after participating in a Study Abroad Program in Quilpué Campus, can attend courses in UAC Campuses located along the country:
- North Chile: Calama Campus; La Serena Campus;
- Central Chile: Los Andes Campus; Rancagua Campus;
- South Chile: Temuco Campus; Puerto Montt Campus; Ancud Castro.mpus.
Continuity of Studies
In order to study one semester in one of the UAC Campuses located along the country, it is recommended to have an adequate knowledge of the target language (that is, at least three semesters of formal Spanish instruction).
The University works on a semester basis. Chile is in the Southern Hemisphere; therefore, the first semester runs from March to July while the second semester is from July to December.
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- The First Semester (Semester Program I – SP I) starts at the beginning of March and ends in mid July. Students interested in studying at UAC during this semester must arrive by March 1 in order to participate in the Orientation Week, tutoring, and registration.
- The Second Semester (Semester Program II – SP II) starts at the beginning of August and ends in mid December. Students interested in studying at UAC this upcoming semester must arrive by August 1 in order to participate for Orientation Week, tutoring, and registration.
Study Programs offered during Fall Semesters (March – mid July) and Spring Semesters (August – mid December) include Orientation Sessions prior the beginning of the classes at the university.
CHILEAN GRADING SYSTEM
1.0 is the lowest grade and 7.0 the highest, being 4.0 the passing grade.