Universidad de Chile


About This Partner

Universidad de Chile is the oldest institutions of higher education in Chile as well as one of the most prestigious and traditional in Latin America. Inaugurated in 1843 in its current form, the university was established as the continuation of the former colonial Royal University of San Felipe which was founded in 1738. Universidad de Chile has five campuses serving 40,000 undergraduate and graduate students. It offers more than 60 bachelor and professional degrees, 38 doctoral programs and 116 master programs. 

Universidad de Chile is comprised of the following colleges/faculties:
  •  Architecture and Urbanism
  •  Science
  •  Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences
  •  Law
  •  Medicine
  •  Communication and Image
  •  Arts
  •  Physical Sciences and Mathematics
  •  Social Sciences
  •  Economics and Business
  •  Dentistry
  •  International Studies
  •  Agricultural Sciences
  •  Forestry and Nature Conservation
  •  Veterinary and Animal Sciences
  •  Philosophy and Humanities
  •  Public Affairs
  •  Nutrition and Food Technology


Memorandum of Understanding

For more information about this partner, please contact the Office of Global Engagement.


Universidad de Chile - Avenida Libertador Bernardo O'Higgins, Santiago, Chile