Also, the website hosts an impressive array of former students’ experiences. If you’ve still not found the answer to your question after looking through our website, watching the videos about the school, or communicating directly with us, you can try sending a respectful email to one of the students from our student Guestbook.
Lessons: 09:30- 11:00
Break: 11:00- 11:30
Lessons: 11:30 – 1:00
Lunch: 1:00- 2:30 (most students go out for lunch together)
Lessons: 2:30- 4:00
Break: 4:00- 4:15
Lessons: 4:15- 5:00
Special Activities: variable
Please Note: the afternoon lessons from 2.30 -4.00 p.m.are only for those students in the super intensive and the last lesson from 4.15 -5.00 p.m. is a private class for crash course students.
Many days include school activities in the afternoon or the evening. For further information please read our Activities page.
The price becomes more convenient from 4 weeks up.
The American government has this to say on crime in Chile: “Crime rates are low to moderate throughout Chile and are moderate in Santiago, Valparaiso, and other major cities. American citizens visiting Chile should be as careful in cities as they would be in any city in the United States. There have been few violent crimes committed against Americans. However, American tourists are at a heightened risk for pick-pocketing, purse or camera snatching, and theft from backpacks and rental cars. Such crimes have been reported in all areas of Chile frequented by tourists. In Santiago, visitors should be especially alert to the possibility of crime at the Plaza de Armas and the Mercado Central; at major hotels and restaurants in the Las Condes, Vitacura, and Providencia areas, and in the Suecia and Bellavista entertainment districts. In Valparaiso, visitors should be especially alert in the port and adjoining tourist areas. Tourists using taxis in Santiago should be alert to possible scams involving currency switching. Tourists should also be especially alert while using public transportation, such as the Santiago Metro Subway and public buses and while in the vicinity of Metro stations and bus terminals.”