Chillán, Chile is a midsize town with a population of about 150,000 located in central Chile, about 5 hours south of Santiago. Many are attracted to Chillán because of the great outdoor opportunities that it offers such as skiing (season June - September), hot springs, and its many hiking possibilities. This university town is also located about an hour from the coast. The region is named after the Bío-Bío river that runs through it.
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One year college-level Spanish; 2.75 minimum GPA.
Application Deadline: May 15 (updated)
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