Erasmus experiences Santiago

  • 9 / 10 points

    Experience in Santiago, Chile by Francisco

    What is it like to live in Santiago? Would you recommend it? What is the city like? Living in Santiago is something rough lately, the problems of Venezuela have influenced the entire South Cone, so hpy for today Santiago is a congested city, and with difficulty in...

    0 by Francisco, 6 days ago
  • 7 / 10 points

    Enrique's Experience in Santiago, Chile

    What attracts you to living in Santiago? Do you recommend it? What is it like? As the capital of Chile, Santiago is quite congested; increasingly more so as the city becomes more populated, which makes living here difficult in some aspects. But, this should not just be...

    0 by Lottie, 6 months ago
  • 6 / 10 points

    Ana's Erasmus Experience in Santiago, Chile

    Why did you choose to go to Santiago, Chile? I chose Santiago because an agreement already existed with my university and it was more sensible to go there than organise a new agreement. How long is your grant for? How much money do you receive as support? I don't...

    0 by Lottie, 6 months ago
  • 8 / 10 points

    First time in Chile

    Santiago After living in Argentina for a year, the opportunity to visit Chile, the neighbouring country, came like a bolt from the blue. My boyfriend has a few very good friends there and as we could afford a week off and were lucky to find good tickets, we decided to...

    0 by Martina, 7 months ago
  • 9 / 10 points

    Experience in Santiago, Chile by Gianni

    What is it like to live in Santiago? Would you recommend it? What is the city like? Living in Santiago is an amazing experience. The city is as developed and liveable as any city in the United States or Europe. SIx metro lines, cheap taxi fares and efficient bussing...

    0 by Gianni, 10 months ago
  • 8 / 10 points

    Discovering Latin America: Santiago, Chile

    Santiago, Chile: Now, with a little experience of Chile, I am going to go on talking about the city and it's people. It is clear that the Chileans are, let's say, the 'coldest' people within Latin America. They are a little tired of so many Spaniards, however, by the...

    0 by Evie, 11 months ago
  • 9 / 10 points

    Erasmus Experience in Santiago, Chile by Sergio

    Why did you choose to go to Santiago, Chile? im student of engineer in biotechnology and CHile has a great level in that area, USACH have a great curriculum and i loved to be ther for 6 monthsHow long is the scholarship? How much money do you receive to help you with...

    0 by Sergio, one year ago
  • 8 / 10 points

    Experience in Santiago, Chile by Lisbeth

    How do you find living in Santiago? Do you recommend it? How is it? Santiago is a well organised, quiet, clean and safe city in comparison to the other cities in South America. Source 100% recommended. Santiago is a city with a great youthful atmosphere, from going to...

    0 by Beth, one year ago
  • 9 / 10 points

    Erasmus in Chile

    I've chosen to talk about my Erasmus in Chile. I had the opportunity to go there from September to last January. I had an incredible experience, which is why I wanted to share it. When I returned to Belgium, a lot of people asked me a very difficult question: "How was...

    0 by Rosaline, one year ago
  • 7 / 10 points

    Come to Santiago!

    What is it like to live in Santiago? Would you recommend it? What is the city like? Santiago is an amazing city for young people, it has a plenty of places to visit: from cultural/historical sightseeings to nightlife, Santiago has it all. I totally recommend visiting...

    0 by Isidora, one year ago
  • 7 / 10 points

    Experience in Santiago, Chile by Fernando

    What is it like to live in Santiago? Would you recommend it? What is the city like? I love it, but i live in the suburbs of Santiago. Is great that is forty minutes to the sky centers (in winter) and 1 hour and a half from the beach. The city is beautiful and shows more...

    0 by Fernando , 2 years ago
  • 8 / 10 points

    Experience in Santiago, Chile by Paula

    What is it like to live in Santiago? Would you recommend it? What is the city like? Santiago is very beautiful and it is cheap to live here. On the other hand, transportation could be an issue. What is the student lifestyle like in Santiago? There is a lot of "carrete"...

    0 by Paula, 2 years ago
  • 8 / 10 points

    Erasmus Experience in Santiago, Chile by Rutger

    Why did you choose to go to Santiago, Chile? I wanted to do my bachelor research abroad and preferably outside of Europe. Chile was an option for me and I took it, because I had read that it is an interesting country with beautiful sights.How long is the scholarship?...

    0 by Rutger, 3 years ago
  • 6 / 10 points

    Experience in Santiago, Chile by Ignacio

    What is it like to live in Santiago? Would you recommend it? What is the city like? Source It is safe, quiet and it have a good nightlife. You can live extremely good in some areas depending of your budget. There are a lot of parties and it is cheap to travel around....

    0 by Ignacio, 4 years ago
  • 10 / 10 points

    Experience in Santiago, Chile by Francisca

    What is it like to live in Santiago? Would you recommend it? What is the city like? It is just great. Santiago is a big city, 6million people lives here, it has this mix of the old city with a lot of history and culture and the new modern part full of big buildings an...

    0 by Francisca, 4 years ago
  • 9 / 10 points

    Erasmus experience in Santiago, Chile

    Why did you choose to go to Santiago, Chile? There are 4 main reasons for choosing Santiago: The possibility of learning Spanish. Being in South America and thus having the opportunity to explore this wonderful continent, while living in a highly developed and safe...

    0 by Jorge, 7 years ago
  • 8 / 10 points

    Unforgettable six months in Santiago!

    Between the snowcapped Andean peaks to the east and a smaller coastal mountain to the west, lies Santiago, one of the most spectacular cities in the world. If you wake up and feel like skiing on some powder, just get a bus that will take you to the mountains. It won’t...

    1 by Jorge, 7 years ago

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