|-||How does it work with the support on site?|
|-||Do I get a certificate after participation on the internship programme?|
|-||Do you need a visa or working permit to work in Spain, Argentina or Chile?|
Besides being a splendid travel destination, it is a safe and stable country. It has one of the most solid economies in South and Central America. There is a positive entrepreneurs climate and due to free trade agreements with the US, the EU and China it is in a strong, international position. Many foreign companies have been drawn to invest in Chile and big multinational companies are opening offices here. The fact that Spanish is spoken within more than 40 countries by over 400 million people worldwide, makes the knowledge of this language an absolute plus for your future employers as well. Because Chileans themselves usually do not speak other languages very well, it can be a great benefit for companies to place an international student. All in all a perfect option for an internship abroad.
This metropolitan city is located in the geographical centre of Chile. It has a population of 5 million people and is located in the central valley at the foot of the Andes. It is a safe and modern city with good public transportation and a warm Mediterranean climate. In the Chilean summer the daytime temperature is around 29°C; at night it cools down. Chilean winters make it possible to get your snow boots on and head for the surrounding mountains in just a couple of hours drive from the city. There is a busy city centre, an exciting nightlife, historical buildings, interesting museums and a well organised metro network. Go to the Linguaschools website if you only want to learn Spanish in Santiago without doing an internship or voluntary work program.
|Population:||ca. 5 million|
Chilean Peso (prices at website in USD)
|Climate:||in may it is ca. 19 °C, in december 29 °C|