Students spend a semester or year enrolled at one of eleven host universities alongside their Chilean peers.
Although students do not register for courses until they arrive in Chile, there is limited course information available on each university’s website. You should use these listings as guides to the types of courses that will be available and as a basis for discussion with your academic advisors.
In addition to three university courses and an internship (or four university courses), students are required to take Writing for Linguistic and Cultural Competence during their first term of study in Chile.
Those who are interested in a more specialized approach to their time abroad may wish to consider one of the tracks: Applied Studies in Health, Food Studies, Human Rights, Social Movements, or Sustainability and Society.
Learn more about the different host universities.
For Middlebury College Students Only
The course information database contains information on courses taken abroad (both at Middlebury Schools Abroad and externally sponsored programs) and their applicability to Middlebury majors and academic distributions. The database represents only a sampling of courses that have been approved to apply to each major to date. New courses are added regularly as they are approved.
Don’t see your course listed?
Use this form to apply for major/minor credit or academic distributions and cultures and civilizations requirements.
Note: To apply a pre-approved academic distribution or cultures and civilizations attribute to your student record OR to apply a pre-approved course toward your major, you must contact the Registrar’s Office.
Middlebury College Faculty
You may find it useful to consult the database when meeting with students to determine if a particular course has already been approved for major/minor credit or academic distributions.