- MIT undergraduate students are required to have 2 years of Spanish language or equivalent
- Graduate and PhD students are required to have one year of Spanish language at MIT or equivalent
Standing at MIT: You must have a grade-point average of 4.0 or higher
A formal culture course on Chile is strongly recommended:
17.145 Political Economy of Technology and Development in Latin America
17.55J Introduction to Latin American Studies
21F.711 Advanced Spanish Conversation and Composition: Perspectives on Technology and Culture
21F.712 Spanish Conversation and Composition
21F.792 Spanish Conversation and Composition - Globalization
21F.713 Advanced Communication in Spanish: Film, Visual Arts, and Fiction
21F.714 Spanish for Bilingual Students
21F.716J Introduction to Contemporary Hispanic Literature and Film
21F.730 Hispanic America: One Hundred Years of Literature and Film
21F.736 The Short Story in Spain and Hispanic America
- 3-month summer internship (12 weeks)
- 6-12 month opportunities available
Attend a series of required evening training sessions addressing topics in Chilean culture and society as well as practical information about living in Chile. These sessions will take place during the spring semester.
- To be considered for placement in the summer you must submit application materials and meet with the manager by November 30 of the prior year.
- Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
Please contact the manager, Camila Nardozzi, with any questions or to schedule a interview or meeting. 617.324.2801 | E40-414