Why study at the IEI?

Its tradition and academic level make the IEI a unique center in Latin America. Located in Santiago, the capital of Chile, it offers students the possibility of furthering their academic training, while incorporating Spanish as a working language and accessing a library with over 12 thousand volumes and a collection of 110 periodicals.

The diversity of students, coming from Europe, the United States, Asia and Latin America, promotes cultural exchange and offers a unique learning environment.

The proximity to other well-known capitals in the region, such as Buenos Aires, make the IEI and Chile an exceptional academic destination, where learning possibilities are enhanced by a friendly social life and unprecedented economic and political development.

Every year, Chile welcomes approximately ten thousand foreign students who are attracted by the friendliness of its people, mild climate, connectivity, infrastructure, growth, security, tourist attractions, as well as a cultural activity highlighted by the poetic heritage of Pablo Neruda and Gabriela Mistral, writers such as Roberto Bolaño and Isabel Allende, filmmakers like Raúl Ruiz and Alejandro Jodorowski, and artists such as Roberto Matta and Claudio Arrau.