Universidad Andres Bello declares its institutional mission to be a university that offers those who seek progress an integrative educational experience of excellence for a globalized world, supported by the critical cultivation of learning and the systematic generation of new knowledge.
Through this missional character, which guides its work, the University has established international relations as a fundamental pillar of its educational project, providing students and faculty access to other educational models of distinction and excellence.
Through numerous agreements with prestigious universities worldwide, students can study abroad and enrich their academic experience with a global vision of their education. Our teachers also have multiple opportunities to participate in congresses, internships, activities, and training programs abroad.
This international seal extends beyond the exchange of experiences. It is internalized transversally in the education curriculum by incorporating international components in course modules or certificates and through the strength of our English programs.
UNAB’s international experience is comprehensive, encompasses all its campuses and programs, and is incorporated into its operational and internal quality assurance processes.
Furthermore, it is one of only two Chilean universities to receive institutional quality accreditation by the prestigious US-based agency Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE) for the maximum 8-year period. In addition, multiple UNAB courses and programs are certified internationally. Even its quality assurance system is certified through the International Audit program of the Spanish National Agency for Quality Assessment and Accreditation, ANECA.
The University currently has more than 320 agreements with various prestigious universities worldwide.
The following are some of these international agreements:
At the institutional level, the General Direction of International Relations, which reports directly to the President’s office, oversees the University’s international relations. Learn more about internationalization.