Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru – Perú

Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (PUCP): Academic rigour, the plurality of scientific and humanistic perspectives, Catholic ethical values and principles, a culture of discrepancy and tolerance, and a commitment to the development of Peru and its people define the character of the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru (PUCP).

Our model seeks to serve the country and the world through the comprehensive education of our students, the development of knowledge and our commitment to society. Founded in 1917, the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú is the oldest-established private, non-profit, higher educational institution in Peru.

With a strong research orientation, consistently striving to enhance its standing as a world-class institution, PUCP has been recognized in several international rankings as one of the top universities in Latin America, and the best in several fields of study in Peru.

A top priority for the university is to undertake necessary efforts to become a renowned and prestigious institution worldwide. As such, PUCP has around 400+ agreements with over 280 international universities, which allows members of our community to emerge in teaching, learning and research activities with peers from around the world that share a common interest for the development of science, technology, social sciences and liberal arts in different areas.