The MIT-Chile Seed Fund supports new collaborations between faculty and research scientists at MIT and their counterparts at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.
The Graduate Certificate in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (GCLOG), designed for outstanding students from Latin America, includes online coursework and seminars hosted on the MIT campus.
Based at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, J-PAL LAC works across Latin America and the Caribbean to support researchers working on randomized trials and disseminating their results.
With a consortium of several other universities, MIT jointly operates two telescopes located at an altitude of 8000 feet on Cerro Las Campanas in the Chilean Andes.
This club organizes various events in Chile, such as lectures and seminars with leading personalities from home and abroad, fellowship dinners, and sporting events involving mainly MIT alumni.
Activities in Fab Labs range from technological empowerment to peer-to-peer project-based technical training to local problem-solving to small-scale high-tech business incubation to grass-roots research.
Located in Santiago, Chile, this office develops activities in Latin America to support the advancement of management education and to benefit the region, MIT Sloan, and the broader MIT community.
MIT International Science and Technology Initiatives (MISTI) is MIT’s flagship international education program, matching MIT students with internship, research and teaching opportunities abroad.
The MIT Regional Entrepreneurship Acceleration Program (REAP) provides opportunities for communities around the world to engage with MIT in an evidence-based, practical approach to strengthening innovation-driven entrepreneurial (IDE) ecosystems.