Practically all courses are held in English (90%), with the exception of the two to three modules students may take in Santiago de Chile in the second semester, which are taught in Spanish (10%).
A curriculum vitae (or résumé in the US) is a concise summary of your skills, achievements and interests inside and outside your academic work. List your experience, achievements and key dates, including educational achievement, work experience, prizes, awards, involvement in societies, sports and clubs and your other interests and skills (e.g. languages; IT skills).
Subjects within Bachelor's programmes in Arts/Humanities and Social Sciences are by default considered to be relevant. Applicants who have completed other programmes, but whose qualifications are deemed by the Consortium to be relevant and adequate, may also be offered admission.