If you have already lived this, I would like you to remember. If not, I would like to tell you about it. To arrive to a country where no one knows you, and to be received with arms wide open, already makes you feel like home. Those five extraordinary months I spent in Chile, meeting their people, their culture, their cuisine (specially its beverages), among others; sharing experiences with people from so many different nationalities and ideologies makes you grow as a person.
At USS I met great people and professors who gave me all their support and knowledge; The University’s educational model was very good, especially the internship options after the theoretic classes.
Santiago, awfully awesome (as my friend Lore would say), allowed me to meet amazing people, families and friend I will never forget, and that will always be a part of my life.
I recommend traveling through Chile and enjoy its contrasted and variated climate conditions, from north to south, for instance La Serena, Viña del Mar, Valparaiso, Valdivia, Puerto Montt, Chiloé, Frutillar and so many more incredible locations.
Backpacking through Chile is awesome.
Come and dare to study abroad! Great adventures and life experiences are the ones that make you grow.