As one of Chile’s oldest universities, USM is a traditional private university, belonging to the prestigious Council of Rectors of Chilean Universities. USM is systematically ranked at the top of the local rankings and holds five years of accreditation granted by the National Commission for Accreditation.
The history of the university has been marked by a solid education in engineering, science and technology, and by the promotion of an integral spirit through the development of culture, physical and sports activities, solidarity activities and entrepreneurial skills.
SantiagoSantiago, Chile Campus Website20,000+ on Campus250,000+ residents in SantiagoLanguage(s) spoken on campus: Spanish
Santiago is the capital and largest city of Chile. It is located in the country’s central valley. Chile’s steady economic growth has transformed Santiago into Latin American’s most modern metropolitan area, with extensive suburban development, dozens of shopping centers and impressive high-rise architecture. It has a modern transportation infrastructure, including the steadily-growing underground Santiago Metro, a public bus transport system that is being continually modernized, and a free flow toll-based ring road and inner city highway system. Part of the ring road travels underneath a section of the city’s main river, Mapocho, to connect the eastern and western ends of the city in a 25-minute drive. Santiago is the regional headquarters to many multinational corporations, and is a financial center.
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