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Universidad de Santiago’s Modern Languages Program will be able to certify English Language Proficiency

  • The main objective of the agreement signed between the Modern Languages Program of the Department of Linguistics and Literature (Faculty of Humanities) and Seminarium Certificación is to certify the skills acquired in the English language courses given at the university according to international standards. 


Universidad de Santiago is accredited by CNA for 6 years and becomes the only university certified until 2020

  • The National Accreditation Commission (CNA, in Spanish), informed that Universidad de Santiago was accredited in the compulsory and optional areas, more precisely, Undergraduate Teaching, Institutional Management, Graduate Teaching, Research, and Outreach and Community Engagement, until October 1st, 2020.

Materials analysis and technical assistance laboratory accredited for the maximum period of 4 years

  • The National Institute for Standardization, an agency created by the Chilean Economic Development Agency (Corfo, in Spanish) to promote the use of standards in Chile, has certified Universidad de Santiago’s laboratory for Materials and Metallurgical Engineering Services for 4 years. This certification enables the laboratory to provide services for large companies both in Chile and abroad, particularly in the field of mining industry.

Universidad de Santiago’s Accreditation: President Zolezzi formalized the process before the CNA

  • On February 28th, the University’s President submitted the statutory documents to Paula Beale, the Executive Secretary of the National Accreditation Commission. The dossier was delivered previous to the Institutional Self-Evaluation Report, which will be submitted by the end of this month, to subsequently have the visit of the external peer reviewers. President Zolezzi invited the University’s community to face this process with the maximum commitment and to stress our University’s strengths, both quantitatively and in terms of values.