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About UTA

University of Tarapacá (UTA) — public non-profit university. It is located in Arica, Chile. The higher education institution was founded not so long ago — in 1981 — which is why it is considered one of the youngest in the country. As a part of Consejo de Rectores de Universidades Chilenas (CRUCH), Consejo de Rectores por la Integración de la Subregión Centro Oeste de Sudamérica (CRISCOS), UTA is actively building the academic environment in Chile.

QS World University Rankings collects data on the best institutions in the world, according to which UTA is on top-1400.

UTA carries out research in several scientific areas.

Location
Arica, Chile
Establishment year
1981
Students
8,999
Rating QS
#1401+
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UTA tuition fees

At UTA, the academic calendar is divided into two semesters. However, tuition fees are calculated per year. The educational institution helps with tuition fees through financial support programs. They are available to local and international students. The exact cost of programs and information on the availability of scholarships can be found on the website of the university.

Also, consider other expenses: accommodation, transportation, study materials, meals, and personal expenses.

Academic calendar
Semesters
Financial Aid
Yes

Bachelor degree at UTA

For admission to a bachelor's program, you must successfully pass the entrance exams.

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UTA campus

The campus of UTA is located in Arica. The urban campus is suitable for those students who, firstly, are used to independence, and secondly, cannot imagine their life without the hustle and bustle of a big metropolis. The university students have access to the library. It is an integral part of learning. Students come here for educational literature or to do their homework. UTA regularly invites foreign students to participate in exchange programs. For locals, this is a unique opportunity to get in touch with the cultures of other countries, meet representatives of different nationalities and make friends around the world.

Campus Type
Urban
Library
Yes

What to do after graduation

If you want to stay in Chile after graduation, one of your options is to apply for a work visa. To do this, you need to get an offer from an employer. Look for more immigration options in our article.

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