Undergraduate Admission

Our educational project is designed for our students to develop skills and abilities that provide them with superior, internationally competitive, and professional expertise.

The admissions process allows Chilean and foreign applicants to acquire regular student status, that is, to pursue a regular program of study leading to a university degree. We also admit a limited number of provisional students who, although they do not qualify for regular student status, may enroll in courses offered by the University.

How to apply?

The ways to apply for UC undergraduate studies are:

Freshman

Students who have or will have received a high school diploma or its equivalent, and who have successfully achieved a minimum score on a national examination called the University Selection Test [more...]

Transfers

Students with prior higher education experience. This includes special admissions students or those with a severe physical disability that prevents them from taking the national examination [more...]

Complementary Admission

Students from specific sectors of the domestic community may enter through this process. Such applicants must certify that they have completed high school.