Inacap / Universidad Tecnologica de Chile INACAP, Instituto Profesional INACAP y Centro de Formacion Tecnica INACAP
Undergraduate Programs at Inacap
Santiago Chile
Program A/B
2021 Spring (2nd Cycle)

General Information

Host Institution

INACAP is a Higher Education system that provides technical-professional training –through the INACAP Technical Training Center and the INACAP Professional Institute– and that is present in university work, through the INACAP Technological University of Chile. Each of these institutions has its own Mission and share Institutional Values.

The INACAP Higher Education System and the INACAP Technical Training Organization –dependent on the INACAP Professional Institute– are present, through its 27 Headquarters, in the 16 regions of the country.

 INACAP is a private, non-profit corporation. Its Board of Directors is made up of members elected by the Confederation of Production and Commerce (CPC), the National Private Corporation for Social Development (CNPDS) and the Technical Cooperation Service (SERCOTEC), a subsidiary of CORFO.

INACAP was established in 1966 with the aim of training Chilean workers. The needs of economic development, added to the lack of a technical education offer in Chile in those years, made the creation of a more professionalized training system imperative.

More than 50 years later, we continue with this work and we are leaders in the training of the country's workers. But in these years, we have also expanded our work to satisfy, and often anticipate, the new demands of an increasingly competitive country, developed and inserted in the world.

We have become the largest Higher Education institution in Chile, with a wide range of technical and professional careers. The spirit that moves us has not changed in these years: to help Chileans develop their work and professional potential, and thus contribute to the growth of our country.

Mailing Address
Av. Vitacura 10051 , Santiago , Region Metropolitana

Study Abroad Year
Spring Semester
Nomination Deadline
2nd cycle: 22/Sep/2020

*Application reception will begin on the 2nd cycle

Contact information

Accept Program A 10students / Semester
Accept Program B

0students / Semester

Local currency exchange rate

1USD ≒850

Update date 31/Aug/2020 00:53:58
Outline ID 756

List of study programs that are open for international exchanges

Content 27 different campuses throughout the country. Check that the program you are interested in is taught in the campus you want to apply to.
Business Administration
Agriculture and Agroindustry
Design & Communication
Electricity and Electronics
Informatics and Telecommunications
Hospitality, Tourism and Culinary Arts
Industrial Processing
Mining and Geomatics
Mechanics and Electromobility
Humanities and Education
Teaching Language Spanish
Exchange Duration
1st Semester
From: 01/Mar/2021 To: 30/Jul/2021
2nd Semester
From: 01/Aug/2021 To: 20/Dec/2021

These are approximate. The calendar for 2021 is not yet confirmed.

Language Proficiency Requirements

DELE (Diplomas de Español como Lengua Extranjera): DELE B1, SEIKEN (Evaluacion Oficial del Conocimiento de la Lengua Espanola): 3

Spanish B1, no English needed

Academic Field
--Agricultural Business Operations, --Agricultural Economics, --Agricultural Mechanization, --Agronomy and Crop Science, --Animal Husbandry, --Horticulture Operations, --Soil Sciences, --Viticulture and Enology,
--Accounting, --Auditing, --Business Management, --Entrepreneurship, --Finance, --Human Resources Management, --International Business/Trade/Commerce, --Labor and Industrial Relations, --Logistics, Materials, and Supply Chain Management, --Marketing,
--Digital Communication and Media,
Computer and Information Sciences
--Computer and IT Support Services, --Computer Applications Programming, --Computer Systems Networking and Telecommunications, --Informatics, --Web Page/Multimedia Design,
Construction Trades
--Building Construction Technology, --Construction Site Management, --Industrial Mechanics and Maintenance Technology,
--Secondary Education, --Special Education,
--Agricultural Engineering, --Automotive Engineering Technology, --Chemical Engineering, --Computer Engineering, --Computer Software Engineering, --Electrical and Electronics Engineering, --Industrial Engineering, --Metallurgical Engineering, --Mining and Mineral Engineering, --Robotics, and Automation Engineering,
Health Sciences
--Dental Hygiene, --Dietetics, --Nursing Science, --Nutrition Sciences, --Pharmacy, --Radiologic Technology,
Hospitality and Tourism
--Culinary Arts, --Hospitality Management, --Hotel and Restaurant Management, --Tourism Management,
Human Services
--Social Work,
Sports Studies
--Kinesiology and Exercise Science,
Visual and Performing Arts
--Design and Visual Communications, --Fashion/Apparel Design, --Graphic Design, --Music Pedagogy, --Music Technology,
Instruction Facilities and Other Supports
Scholarship information
Housing Type
  • Others

Housing charge
  • USD $400 per month
Cost of living

Estimated living cost per month excluding Housing Fee

$ 300 - 400 per month
Medical Insurance Required (For student)
Visa Process Student's Visa mandatory for enrollment and should be asked for at the origin country

Please inform prospective dates of acceptance if the dates would be later than UMAP's Timeline for onlire placement period. It helps students to choose their preferences.

Link to the Course List available for international students / Other related links

Regular Academic Calendar (indicate the period)

First Semester
From:01/Mar/2021To:30/Jul/2021(5 months)
Second Semester
From:02/Aug/2021To:20/Dec/2021(5 months)
Third Semester
Fourth Semester
Website of academic year

Semester Load in Credits/Units

1UCTS = 1Credit/1.5ECTS/3CATS *What's UCTS?


General Timetable and Requirements for Graduation

Total Number of Credits Needed for Graduation
Number of Years Typically Needed to Complete Undergraduate Program

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