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Universidad de Santiago signs an agreement with the University of Michigan

  • The frame agreement between the two universities has the purpose of forging links in areas like student and academic exchange, professor and researcher training and continuing education, courses, seminars, conferences, workshops and publications.



The internationalization process of Universidad de Santiago de Chile has taken a step forward thanks to the new frame agreement signed with the University of Michigan, USA.

Universidad de Santiago de Chile signs agreements with Korea University

  • During the signing ceremony, Dr Juan Manuel Zolezzi, President of Universidad de Santiago de Chile, highlighted that one of the goals of the university is to constantly work for the internationalization of the institution to give students and professors professional development opportunities abroad. 



Universidad de Santiago and the University of Edinburgh to work collaboratively in the future

  • Dr Tom Bruce, Director of Internationalisation of the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, visited Universidad de Santiago and had meetings with Dr Claudio Martínez, Vice President of Research and Development; Carol Johnson, Head of the Department of International and Inter-University Relations, and professors and students at the Faculty of Engineering.



Universidad de Santiago is awarded international funding to create Korean Study Center in Chile

  • Universidad de Santiago has taken on a new academic challenge through the Institute for Advanced Studies: the creation of a center to deepen South Korean studies that is expected to become an example in Latin America.

Researcher at Universidad de Santiago will lead international program

  • Dr. María José Galotto, director of Universidad de Santiago’s Packaging Laboratory, was appointed as the National Contact Point for Horizon 2020 Framework Program in the area of nanotechnology. Horizon 2020 is a European program that provides funding for research and innovation in different fields. “This is in recognition of the University’s positioning in the area of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, reached through CEDENNA,” the researcher said.

Experts from Chile and Australia analyze challenges to develop a sustainable mining industry

  • The activity that was held at our University had the presence of Timothy Kane, the Australian Ambassador in Chile; Ian Satchwell, the Director of the International Mining for Development Centre of Australia; Dr. Aldo Saavedra, professor at the Department of Chemistry Engineering and other local experts, who analyzed the alternatives to develop mining extraction operations that care for both the environment and communities.

Renowned British universities interested in forging links with Universidad de Santiago

  • Representatives of renowned universities showed themselves very interested in establishing agreements and exchange programs in fields like nanoscience, food technology, didactics of mathematics and Latin American studies, among others.

On Monday 17th, our University was visited by representatives of thirteen renowned British universities that showed their deep interest in creating academic links and establishing mutual collaboration agreements.

President of Universidad Autónoma de Puebla interested in forging links with our Universitys

  • While visiting Chile for the presidential hand-over ceremony, the highest authority of this Mexican institution, José Alfonso Esparza, met with Universidad de Santiago’s President, Juan Manuel Zolezzi and expressed his interest in creating academic partnerships in the fields of mining, engineering and social sciences.

University establishes collaboration agreements with University College London

  • The first meeting was held by the end of November at our University, with a delegation of University College London (UCL), which agreed to put in contact its experts with academics of the Faculty of Engineering and the Advanced Studies Institute of our University before the end of the year.

With the presence of a group of academics of the University College London, United Kingdom, our University’s authorities signed an agreement of collaboration and student mobility between both higher education institutions.