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New Travel Grant Announced for Syracuse Santiago in Fall 2022
Fall 2022 is an incredible time for students to study in Santiago, Chile!
In addition to the exciting adventures that await in Santiago, Syracuse Abroad is excited to announce a new $2,000 travel grant for students studying in Chile this fall. All students enrolling at the Syracuse Santiago Center for the fall 2022 semester will receive a $2,000 grant that will be automatically applied to program costs.
The Syracuse Santiago program is designed to maximize immersion and language acquisition through homestays and interdisciplinary field study, along with enrollment in semester classes taught in Spanish at local Chilean universities. Syracuse students will enroll in classes alongside Chilean students in a wide range of disciplines, and both graduate and undergraduate students have the option to participate in a professional internship while in Chile.
Through highly immersive cultural experiences and a wide range of course offerings, this program is ideal for students studying International Relations, Political Science, Anthropology and students with a geographic concentration in Latin America. Courses are taken at both the Syracuse Santiago Center, as well as local Chilean universities including Universidad de Chile and Pontificia Universidad Catolica. To participate in this program, students must have completed Spanish 201 (or equivalent).
This program not only dives deep into the history of dictatorships and U.S. foreign policy, but also provides ample opportunity for adventures throughout the diverse regions of Chile. This fall, students will have the opportunity to visit Buenos Aires, Argentina, which Syracuse Abroad is excited to incorporate into our programming once again. Additional travel opportunities facilitated by Center staff include trips to San Pedro de Atacama and Patagonia, Chile
The application deadline has been extended to April 1 for Syracuse Santiago, among other select Center and World Partner programs. View all programs still accepting applications for the fall 2022 semester.
To learn more about Syracuse Santiago, students can contact the Syracuse Santiago International Program Advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org.