Pontifical Catholic University of Peru

4.3 out of 5 (59 ratings / 56 reviews) Lima, Peru
The Catholic University’s desire is to continue its course of excellence, both in area of teaching as well as, fundamentally, in the area of research, as reflected by the creation, by the University Assembly, of the position of Vice-President for Research. To move forward with these purposes, we must develop our ability to obtain funding for research at the University, and we must continue to implement a clear policy in the with regard to intellectual property. The role of the Publishing Fund in the promotion of academic publications and university textbooks is crucial to this process of establishing our University as a center of excellence in teaching and research.

Master's Programmes


Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú:Is a plural and tolerant academic community inspired by ethical, democratic and catholic principles;Provides humanist, scientific and comprehensive and excellence training;Contributes to extending knowledge by means of research and international innovations;Promotes culture generation and dissemination;Is committed to human development;Relates to the environment in an effective and permanent manner.

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Student Reviews

Take better care of the students
Anonymous rated 3 out of 5 stars

It’s good, but the social assistance service can be really awful

Good but not enough
Anonymous rated 4 out of 5 stars

I have a good experience at this university but the thing that the classes where all virtual, was estressing for me.

My point of view as a graduated
Anonymous rated 4 out of 5 stars

We had an amazing theoretical formation but we didn't get as much opportunities to put everything into practice as many students wanted to before graduating


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