NRCSA: Santiago - Santiago Language Inst. (SLI)

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The NRCSA program in Chile is located just outside of Santiago. The capital of Chile, Santiago, is a bustling cosmopolitan city. At 1,800 feet above sea level and bordered by the Andes to the east, few world capitals have a more dramatic setting. ... read more

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The NRCSA program in Chile is located just outside of Santiago. The capital of Chile, Santiago, is a bustling cosmopolitan city. At 1,800 feet above sea level and bordered by the Andes to the east, few world capitals have a more dramatic setting. First settled in 1541 by the Spanish, Santiago has grown into a prosperous metropolis with an interesting blend of Colonial and Modern architecture.

We provide Spanish language training to students from all over the globe, and have been a pioneer in the development and use of interactive video laser discs in the teaching of languages, and has produced instructional films in English, Spanish, and French. Conveniently located in Providencia, just four blocks from Santiago's efficient metro system, the world-class facilities include 10 fully equipped classrooms, and free internet.

PROGRAMS
STANDARD PROGRAM
-20 Group hrs/wk
-60 min class hour
-4-10 Students per class

GROUP + TUTORIAL
-20 Group hrs/wk
-10 Private hrs/wk
-60 min class hour
-4-10 Students per class

PRIVATE CLASSES
-20 Private hrs/wk
-60 min class hour
-1-1 Students per class

EXECUTIVE PROGRAM
-40 Private hrs/wk
-60 min class hour
-1-1 Students per class

It is highly recommended that students stay in homestays while attending their classes. Homestays provide a unique environment and allow the student to practice the skills they learn in class with their family at home. It also gives students a chance to integrate themselves in the Chilean culture. For these and many other reasons most students studying abroad will stay in homestays.

Homestay accommodations include breakfast and dinner during the week, and breakfast, lunch, and dinner on the weekend. There are many different types of host families and we will do our best to match each student with the best family for their needs.

Shared rooms in hostels are available with no meals.

Also, shared apartments are also available with single rooms and no meals.

Program Type(s):
Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • Custom
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