Dual Degree Programs

If you belong to any of the following institutions and are interested in participating in any of the Dual Degree Programs offered at UC, feel free to request more information at the International Academic Relations Office. The applications are submitted at the applicant’s Home University. Applications from free-moving students will not be considered.

For more information regarding important dates and deadlines, please check the Academic Calendar here.

Undergraduate Dual Degree Agreements 

Engineering

  • Civil 
École Polytechnique (Francia)

  • École Centrale Paris, Nantes, Lille, Lyon, Marseille (Francia)

  • École Nationale Supérieure des Mines, Paris (Francia)
  • 
Ecole Nationale Superieure des Mines, Saint Etienne (Francia)
  • 
Paris Tech (Francia)
Politecnico di Torino (Italia)
  • 
Politecnico di Milano (Italia)

Agriculture and Forestry


  • Groupe FESIA (Francia)

Architecture



  • Technische Universität Berlin (Alemania)
  • 
Politecnico di Milano (Italia)
  • 
Politecnico di Torino (Italia)
  • 
Università IUAV di Venezia (Italia)

Political Science



  • Institute d´Etudes Politiques de Paris, Science Po (Francia)

 

Master Dual Degree Agreements

MA in Economy

  • Tilburg University (Países Bajos)

  • Paris Dauphine (Francia)

MBA


  • Groupe HEC Paris (Francia)

  • The University of Texas at Austin, McCombs School of Business, (Estados Unidos)

  • WHU-Otto Beisheim School of Management (Koblenz) (Alemania)
  • 
Torcuato di Tella (Argentina)

MA in Animal Production

  • Paris VI, Pierre et Marie Curie (Francia)

Master of Science in Supply Chain Engineering

  • Georgia Institute of Technology

How to apply to the Dual Degree Program

In case you are interested in applying to any of the Dual Degree Programs offered at Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile, you should submit the following documents to the Dual Degree Program Coordinator at your Home University. The documents must be submitted in Spanish or English. If not, the documents must be duly translated by a Certified Translator and the documents must clearly show the translator’s signature and seal.

  • First, you must submit your online application here. The system will automatically generate an application form in PDF format. Once the form is printed, the applicant must sign the form and hand it in to the Dual Degree Coordinator at the applicant’s home University. The Coordinator must fill the application, sign it (on page 2) and remit it.
  • A Cover Letter issued by the International Office from the applicant’s home University. The letter should clearly inform about the decision by the Home University to name the applicant as a potential Dual Degree Program student.
  • Spanish Proficiency Certificate (4 approved semesters of Spanish or its equivalent. This is not required in case Spanish is your native language. 
  • Official Transcript of Records.
  • A photocopy of the applicant’s passport (both sides).
  • Document that certifies the payment of the tuition fee at the applicant’s Home University.
  • Document that certifies that the applicant has health and social insurance.