2019 Summer Program: Universidad de Viña del Mar

 PROGRAM  PRICE  DATES  PROGRAM CODE
 Summer I 2019 – Viña del Mar, Chile  click here for price  click here for dates  VMSU1
 Summer II 2019 – Viña del Mar, Chile  click here for price  click here for dates  VMSU2

 

Language Eligibility: for all levels of Spanish.

-Elementary level – see full details below under Elementary Level
-Intermediate level must have completed 2-3 semesters or 3-4 quarters of college level Spanish.
-High Intermediate level must have completed 3-4 semesters or 4-5 quarters of college level Spanish.

 

For additional eligibility requirements such as minimum GPAclick here.

 

Total classroom hours: 120 per summer session.  15 contact hours = 1 semester credit.  10 contact hours = 1 quarter unit.

 

Possible U.S. Credits: 8 semester credits

Final transcript is issued by the Universidad de Viña del Mar.

Universidad de Viña del Mar – Summer Program: Intensive Spanish Language & Chilean Culture

ASA is pleased to offer an intensive Spanish language program in Viña del Mar, Chile during 2, 4-week summer sessions.  All students will take a Spanish language placement test upon arrival. All of the Spanish language courses listed under each level are mandatory for students who place into that level. All levels available during the summer session are listed below.

Students are responsible for getting their courses pre-approved for credit by their home institution prior to participation.

All students enrolled in the Viña del Mar summer program may also participate in 18 hours of volunteer work during their program.

Please remember that because Chile is in the southern hemisphere, summer in the U.S. is actually winter there.  The winter season is quite mild, with average temperatures between 32 and 59 degrees.  Many students take the opportunity to go skiing during their free time at one of the many ski resorts near Santiago.

Elementary (A2) Level – Spanish Language

Note: This level is for beginners who have had a little Spanish study before. This may include students who took Spanish in high school but not in college, as well as students who have taken one semester of beginner Spanish in college.

Communicational Spanish & Chilean Culture – 76 contact hours
Communicational Strategies: Grammar & Composition – 45 contact hours

Intermediate (B2) Level – Spanish Language

Communicational Spanish & Chilean Culture – 76 contact hours
Communicational Strategies: Grammar and Composition – 45 contact hours

High Intermediate (C1) Level – Spanish Language

Communicational Spanish & Chilean Culture – 76 contact hours
Communicational Strategies: Grammar and Composition – 45 contact hours

Course Offerings are subject to change.