Magíster en Derecho LLM UC

Magíster en Derecho, Llm UC

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The goal of the admissions process is to select a diverse student body that complies with appropriate qualification standards expected for the levels of the program's courses.

The entire process is completed online.

After completing and submitting the application and background documents, applicants will be called for a personal interview via Skype to verify the motives of their application, their professional experience, and their communication and social skills.

The Full-Time program begins each year in March. The application season begins in May of the preceding year.

The extended version begins in March and August and the admission process begins in May and October, respectively.

The extended version's tuition can be paid in up to 20 instalments, while the Full-Time version can be paid in 12 instalments, which must be documented by the student at the time of enrolment.  

Foreign students residing in other countries without a scholarship have a 15% tuition discount.

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The University is located close to the financial, cultural, and commercial center of Santiago; therefore, it is very easy to access the campus, half a block from the Universidad Católica subway station and four blocks from the Bellas Artes subway station, which facilitates access to the Campus from many different points of the city.

There is plenty of public transportation to reach the Campus, either via subway or buses. To know which buses you must take or how to combine them with the subway, you can check www.transantiago.cl and input the start and end of your trip to get a detailed route.

To use public transportation, you must purchase a Bip! card at any metro station.

You can also bike anywhere in Santiago by subscribing at http://www.bikesantiago.cl/. We recommend using bike lanes.

The following costs are approximate per semester and are calculated for 5 months of room and board (US Dollar used for reference).

Housing:

Due to its excellent location and connectivity, in downtown Santiago, housing close to the Casa Central Campus is recommended. We specially recommend apartments close to the Campus (Lastarria, Santa Lucía, Bellavista, Parque Forestal) or close to Line 1 of the Metro de Santiago (Subway) (Providencia, Apoquindo, 10-15 mins from Campus).

  
Furnished apartment 3500 USD - 4500 USD
Student housing 2300 USD –4000 USD
Boarding house (all costs included) 2800 USD – 3500 USD
Meals 3000 USD - 3200 USD
Transportation only in Santiago 2800 USD – 3500 USD
Personal expenses From 1200 USD

More information at: http://relacionesinternacionales.uc.cl/costos/costos#sthash.19gw71c1.dpuf

NOTE: The University does not offer student housing, but we can direct or recommend alternative housing. For more details, please visit - http://relacionesinternacionales.uc.cl/costos/costos#sthash.19gw71c1.dpuf

Casa Central Campus is the University's first main campus, built at the beginning of the 20th century.

The Casa Central Campus is surrounded by many restaurants and coffee shops close by.

The Barrio Lastarria is located across from our campus and its one of the most prominent culinary neighborhoods of Santiago.

Also, there is a diverse cultural scene with the Centro Cultural Gabriela Mistral, the Centro de Extensión UC, and arts museums such as the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes and the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo.

If you enjoy strolling, the Cerro Santa Lucía and the Parque Forestal, which borders the Mapocho River, are within walking distance.

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