Chilean Immersion Program for China

Years Active: 2018 - 2021 past

Two-week study tour at the Universidad de Chile for Chinese undergraduate students

Applications: Closed


Applications: Closed


Santiago, Chile


Undergraduate students from Peking University's Guanghua School of Management and Fudan School of Management

About the Program

In 2018, in conjunction with the semester abroad agreements between the Facultad de Economía y Negocios at the Universidad de Chile and the Guanghua School of Management at Peking University and Fudan School of Management, the Luksic family provided additional support for two week study tours in Chile for undergraduate students from those two universities in China. For two weeks, these students immerse themselves in Chilean culture, classes, and corporate visits in Santiago, Chile.

Candidates will be awarded scholarships and/or funding directly from the university to which they apply. The university is exclusively responsible for selection and admissions decisions, and does so at its complete discretion and, subject only to the eligibility conditions established by the respective program. The Luksic Scholars Foundation has no participation or influence in the application processes, admissions decisions, or awarding of scholarships.

what scholars say

July 2019 will definitely be an unforgettable time in my life, in which I studied at FEN Summer School, Universidad de Chile, for two weeks sponsored by the Luksic Scholarship.

I’ve always thought that nothing can be better than living and studying in a different country, even a continent. I was so lucky to have experienced both at the same time.

When in Chile, lectures let me get a basic sense of business in Latin America, communication with my classmates broadened my horizons, and daily life made me feel the breath of the whole country.”

Yue Zhang (Ewan), 2019

year founded


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first time to travel out of China

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