The Diiaki-Chile Project is an international collaboration project between students from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (PUC).

Diiaki-Chile, which means ‘egg’ in Kimbundu (a language in Northern Angola), is a program which helps PUC university students develop skills essential to developing innovative ideas into real-life devices and profitable enterprises.

Program participant’s will gain critical thinking, business, and engineering skills that are not only highly desired, but are also required in order to achieve success in university and industry through the creation of a ‘start-up’ company centered around an invention of the student’s creation.

Diiaki-Chile wishes for program participants to not only gain these critical skills for success, but to also be introduced to the exciting opportunities available in business and engineering in their local communities and abroad.

Diiaki-Chile is proudly sponsored by…

MIT Tau Beta Phi (TBP) Summer 2012 Fellowship Program

MIT Chile

Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile 


PUC @ Chile