Learn Spanish in Chile

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Chile, the Pacific strip
A window onto the Pacific. A long strip of ocean, mountainous, where you can decide, for example, to visit the country only via the houses of the poet, Pablo Neruda, dispersed throughout Chile. Or, if the visit is long enough, you can take a trip to the growth in the middle of the ocean that is Easter Island, a salty curiosity that tells of the distinctly maritime history of the country. More about study in Chile
In a forgotten Indian dialect, the word Chile means “there where the earth ends”. A good summary for a part of the world with a deep-rooted charm. You cannot imagine any other way to travel in this corridor-country than from north to south. From the most arid desert on the planet, to the rocky rooftops where the Condor, a bird with a mythical aura, sits. You can get there by bus… on steep mountain roads. You can cross the cities, like Valparaiso, the biggest port of the region. Santiago de Chile, the capital that, strangely, moves away from the shore, is inevitably a choice stop. With an architecture where the colonial churches compete, literally side-by-side, with the glass-eyed skyscrapers. The wine bars too, that you can visit to taste the local produce, from Cabernet Sauvignon to Syrah. Winemaking in Chile has made so much progress in the last 15 years or so that the appealing reds rival their European competitors. Crossing through this territory at the end of the earth, where mining machines hunting for rich veins of copper meet with astronomical observatories, you get the impression that you are in a splendid no man’s land. A feeling that is quickly contradicted by the Chilean people, amongst the most welcoming in this region of the world, who receive the traveller as they once received the news-bearer: with care and generosity. But the geological resources and the warm hospitality are not the only riches of the country. With one of the largest fishing industries in the world, Chile overflows with lobsters, anchovies, hake and seafood. Gold from the aquatic depths that further encourages the Chilean odyssey. Return to introduction...

Santiago

Santiago

Santiago, a cosmopolitan city, has a population of 5 million people. You will find a multitude of cultural and ...

Learn Spanish in Santiago

the teacher's home

the teacher's home

Towns: when choosing the town of residence, we take into account your personal interests, the kind of teacher ...

Learn Spanish in the teacher's home
As you might expect from a country that stretches for over 4300km from top to bottom, Chile is hugely diverse. The southern tip of the country is glacial, the lush centre produces some of the world’s finest wines, whilst the northern Atacama desert is the driest place on earth. How’s that for variety?

Choosing to learn Spanish in Chile is choosing an adventure. From the capital city Santiago, you are a bus ride away from the astounding scenery of the Andes. In the other direction, another short journey takes you to the quirky charms of the coastal city of Valparaiso, once the home of poet Pablo Neruda (called the “greatest poet of the 20th Century” by Gabriel Garcia Marquez).

We are careful to select schools that work closely with the local community, offering you the chance to really explore Chilean culture from the inside. Our partner language school in Chile (Santiago) offers Spanish courses at all levels and the opportunity to stay with a host family, which is one of the best ways to ensure quick academic progress and an authentic Chilean experience.

Let us take the hard work out of searching for a Spanish school in Chile. We only work with internationally recognised and fully-accredited schools, ensuring that you make excellent progress during your Spanish course in Chile.
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