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PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DEL PERÚPRESIDENT’SWELCOME WORDSThe Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (PUCP, by its Spanish acronym)defines itself as a plural and tolerant academic community, based on ethical,democratic and Catholic principles. Our essential foundations are based onacademic rigor, a plurality of scientific and humanistic perspectives, Catholicvalues and ethical principles, a culture of discrepancy and tolerance, and acommitment with the development of Peru and its people.Consequently, our model seeks to serve the country and the world throughour students’ comprehensive training, the development of knowledge andour commitment with society.Hence, PUCP offers a humanistic, scientific and moral education. This stress onimparting comprehensive and civic education to our students is part of our university’s tradition. Therefore, we look for our students to entirely grow their intellectual, critical, reflective, artistic, spiritual and physical capacities.As a result, in 2014 the Instituto Internacional para el Aseguramientode la Calidad (IAC, by its Spanish acronym) recognized our institutionaland academic standards and, after a long process that began in 2008,awarded us with a five year-long International Accreditation in categoriesof Institutional Management and Undergraduate Studies, and Research andGraduate Teaching.This recognition consolidates the purpose of the President’s team: tobecome a distinguished University, with international standards andcommitted with our country, that is recognized as the main multidisciplinarycenter for scientific, humanistic and innovation due to its important academicleadership, due to its defense of democracy and human rights, and forencouraging a responsible relationship with the environment. All of thesecharacteristics, in accordance with the Christian values that inspire us.This purpose will only be attainable with a collaborative work amongstudents, professors, employees and alumni. We all should work togetherto maintain firmly the university model that we have built: a space wherereason merges faith in a constructive manner, and serves Christian andCatholic values, human development and development in our country.Dr. Marcial Rubio CorreaPresident of the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú7


PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DEL PERÚACADEMICTRAINING1. UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMSThe Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú offers first-qualitymultidisciplinary education in eleven undergraduate schools and fortyfive academic programs in Liberal Arts and Sciences.In our university, General Studies for Liberal Arts and General Studies forSciences have existed since 1970, both conceived as a period of basiceducation for students previous to their enrollment in courses of eachschool. They constitute a decisive stage that characterizes our universityfor offering comprehensive education to students.Depending on the academic program chosen, the students that areadmitted to the schools of Administration and Accounting, Communication& Media Studies, Social Sciences, Law, Administration and ExecutiveManagement, and Liberal Arts and Humanities enroll the first two years inGeneral Studies for Liberal Arts; while the students who pursue academicprograms in Physics, Civil Engineering, Geological Engineering, MiningEngineering, Telecommunications Engineering, Electronic Engineering,Industrial Engineering, Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering,Mechatronics, Mathematics, Statistics, and Chemistry enroll in GeneralStudies for Sciences.During this essential stage, the students achieve a scientific andhumanitarian cultural foundations that allows them to succeed in theirprofessional studies and grow as individuals.In addition, PUCP students need to fulfill the foreign language requirementbefore they enroll in each of the undergraduate schools. Students who choseto enroll in the schools of Architecture and Urbanism, Art, Performance Arts,or Education are admitted directly to their respective programs, where theytake general studies classes and subsequently academic program courses.The PUCP has several admission modalities: ITS(Admittance via ThirdTop Class of students from a group of secondary schools selected byPUCP), direct admittance via Baccalaureate Diplomas, Primera Opción(First Option), Talent Evaluation, Exemption for Top Ten students (studentsranking top in the class of Secondary education), Admittance via the preuniversity center Ceprepuc, Adult Admittance, External Transfer, andChildren and Spouses of International Officials Admission.9

PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DEL PERÚUNDERGRADUATE SCHOOLS ANDACADEMIC PROGRAMSSCHOOL OF ACCOUNTING ArchitectureSCHOOL OF ARTSCHOOL OF PERFORMANCE ARTSSCHOOL OF ADMINISTRATION AND EXECUTIVEMANAGEMENT Administration and Executive ManagementSCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE AND URBANISM10SCHOOL OF LIBERAL ARTS AND HUMANITIES Accounting Graphic DesignIndustrial DesignArtistic EducationSculptureEngravingPaintingSCHOOL OF COMMUNICATIONS ARTS ANDSCIENCES Audiovisual CommunicationsDevelopmental CommunicationsJournalismAdvertisingSCHOOL OF EDUCATION Preschool Education Primary EducationSCHOOL OF LAW Law ArcheologyInformation SciencesPhilosophyGeography and the EnvironmentHistoryHumanitiesLinguistics and LiteraturePsychologyDanceMusicTheaterPerformance Arts ManagementSCHOOL OF SCIENCES AND ENGINEERING StatisticsPhysicsCivil EngineeringGeological EngineeringMining EngineeringTelecommunications EngineeringElectronic EngineeringIndustrial EngineeringInformatics EngineeringMechanical EngineeringMechatronic EngineeringMathematicsChemistrySCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AnthropologyPolitical Science and GovernmentEconomicsSociology



PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DEL PERÚ2. GRADUATE PROGRAMSIn today’s competitive world, it is imperative to continue with universityeducation beyond the completion of undergraduate studies. A professional,a scholar or a researcher need to broaden their knowledge and complementtheir education through graduate programs, or training, coaching, updatingand extension plans, whether in local, national or international areas. Thissituation acquires greater significance due to the fast transformation ofsocial and economic structures particularly, because of the increasingaccumulation of information experienced over the past years, as a resultof the development of new information and communication technologies,which demand constant updating and training.Taking this situation into account, and with the clear premise thateducation is a process that carries on in different stages of life, thePontificia Universidad Católica del Perú has offered graduate studiesprograms since 1972, when the Academic Program for Advanced Studiesopened. In 1984, this program took its current name, Graduate School ofPUCP. With the experience achieved over four decades of uninterruptedwork, in addition to the programs offered at CENTRUM Católica —PUCPBusiness Center and one of the most prestigious institutions on this fieldin Latin America— our university currently offers a wide range of diplomas,82 Master’s Degrees and 13 Doctoral Degrees. Each of them has beendesigned to train and offer our students new understanding capacities,which will contribute to our society in different fields of knowledge.Our Graduate School offers several specialization programs in differentfields that go from sciences and arts, to technology and liberal arts; andhas also implemented a quality system to guarantee the excellence of itsgraduate programs. In addition, PUCP has over a thousand professors, allof which hold doctoral and master’s degrees from the most prestigiousnational and international universities, and are scholars and professionalswith a vast research trajectory. Furthermore, PUCP has signed over 120agreements with other educational institutions around the world. Amongthem, 14 graduate cooperative programs with universities from Europe,and North and Latin America offer our students the possibility to obtaindouble accreditations.It is important to mention that, in order to promote high-standards ingraduate programs, PUCP offers important financial aid programs andfellowships, such as the Aristotle Fellowship for notable master students;the Huiracocha Fellowship, which allows doctoral students to become fulltime researchers; the Galileo Fund for master thesis projects; and the Marco Polo Fund to finance academic mobility for graduate students.13

PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DEL PERÚDOCTORALDEGREES Andean Studies Program with majors in Anthropology,Archeology, History and Andean Linguistics Anthropology Economics Education Sciences Engineering Law Management DBA – CENTRUM Mathematics Philosophy Physics Political Science and Government Psychology Sociology14MASTER’SDEGREESBASIC SCIENCES Applied MathematicsApplied PhysicsChemistryMathematicsPhysicsStatisticsSOCIAL SCIENCES AnthropologyEconomicsPolitical Science and GovernmentSociologyVisual AnthropologyACCOUNTING SCIENCE AccountingBUSINESS (CENTRUM) Construction and Real Estate Agencies Managementand Administration (MDI) Corporative Masters (CENTRUM Católica – EADA Business School Barcelona) Global MBA (CENTRUM Católica – Tulane University) International MBA International MBA MSM– Full Time Management MBA (Lima) Management MBA (provinces other than Lima) MBA – Full Time MBA – Online degreeLAW Banking and Financial LawBusiness LawBusiness Law – Online degreeCivil LawConstitutional LawCriminal LawIntellectual Property and Competition LawInternational Economic LawLabor and Social Security LawLaw with focus on Jurisdictional PolicyLaw with focus on Jurisdictional Policy – Online degreeProcedural LawTax LawEDUCATION Education Education with focus on Learning Disabilities (CPAL) Educative Integration and Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Mathematics Education Phonoaudiology (CPAL)INTERDISCIPLINARY PROGRAMS Amazonian Advanced Studies (CETA)Anthropology with focus on Andean StudiesArcheology with focus on Andean StudiesBio-commerce and Sustainable DevelopmentCommunicationsCultural StudiesEnvironmental DevelopmentGender StudiesHistory with focus on Andean Studies

PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DEL PERÚ Human Development: Perspectives and PoliticsHuman RightsHuman Rights – Online degreeLabor RelationsLinguistics with focus on Andean StudiesManagement and Policy of Innovation and TechnologyManagement in Regional Competitive DevelopmentPublic Administration of Water ResourcesPublic Services RegulationRegulation, Management and Mining EconomicsSocial ManagementSocial Management – Online degreeUniversity Management and PolicyENGINEERING Biomedical EngineeringCivil EngineeringControl and Automation EngineeringDigital Images and Signal ProcessingEnergyIndustrial EngineeringInformaticsMaterial Sciences and EngineeringMechanic EngineeringMechatronicsTelecommunication EngineeringWelding EngineeringPSYCHOLOGY Cognition, Learning Processes and DevelopmentCommunitarian PsychologyHealth Clinical PsychologyTheoretical Studies in PsychoanalysisHUMANITIES Art HistoryArt History and CuratorshipHispanic American LiteratureHistoryLinguisticsPhilosophyMore information:Web site: [email protected]: (511) 626-2530 / 626-25313. CONTINUING EDUCATIONA top priority for the Pontificia Universidad Católica delPerú is that its educational offer, as well as its relationshipwith its environs, has to be decisively engaged withoffering courses and training, and updating and extensionprograms, at the local, national and international levels. Inthat spirit, in addition to the academic offer of the GraduateSchool and CENTRUM Católica, different academicdepartments in our university offer several programs, suchas diplomas, specialization courses, and seminars, amongother alternatives. The Center of Continuing EducationPUCP also offers some possibilities, in line with its goalto promote, organize and develop academic activities intraining, updating, specializing and improving differentfields of scientific and technological knowledge.Proof of that are the programs designed for elder people,such as Aula Libre (Free Class), which allows students toenroll in senior classes from all undergraduate academicprograms; the Universidad de la Experiencia (ExperienceUniversity - UNEX), an extension program with a specialcurricula for senior adults; and the Plan Adulto (Adult Plan),for students over 30 to pursue a university career.In addition, the PUCP offers programs that do not only focuson professional education. The programs offered by theCultural Center and the Center for Oriental Studies (musical,literary and film appreciation, personal development andvital planning) are oriented to get acquainted and betterunderstanding of different cultures. In 2013, the PUCPorganized 2,012 continuing education activities for a totalof 70,496 students.More informationWeb site:

PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DEL PERÚ4. E-LEARNINGFor the PUCP, e-learning is a strategic line in its developmentbecause it allows it to bring its educational model to themost remote areas of Peru. In 2014, our institution offered153 e-learning projects (courses, diplomas, programs andmasters) for 7,225 students.Through this teaching method, our principles, values andknowledge are spread.16The Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú has over fifteenyears of experience developing e-learning courses, thanksto the initiative of the School of Education and the Centerfor Research and Educational Services (CISE), which madeour institution a pioneer in this teaching method. Followingthis initiative, in 2001 the PUCP launched the Special RemoteEducation Project, which started a stage that inserted ourinstitution in the use of last-generation technology tools,didactic, interactive and ludic strategies from e-learning,and last technology advances from the web 2.0; and ledto the establishment of PUCP Virtual on November 2003,and Campus Virtual PUCP, designed by our Department ofInformation Technology (DIRINFO).In 2008, the PUCP created the Department for OnlineEducation to achieve the “virtualization” of the university’sacademic programs (its internal training programs, offeredaccordingly the regulation, updating and training of thestaff, among others); and to design, develop and implementsolutions by training online companies and public institutions.The Department for Online Education, DIRINFO and theDepartment of Academic Information Technology havegenerated a new institutional trend that uses in an intelligent,responsible, efficient and, most of all, cutting edge toolsto increase and diversify the ways in which the PUCP leadshighly qualified professionals, who are responsible for andcommitted to the development of the country.5. INTERNATIONALACCREDITATIONIn 2014, the Instituto Internacional para el Aseguramiento dela Calidad (IAC) accredited PUCP for five years in the fieldsof Institutional Management and Undergraduate Studies,Research and, for the first time in Peru, Graduate Teaching.At present, the University is being evaluated to maintain thisaccreditation.This achievement was the result of a long process that involveda period of self-assessment to identify our strengths andweaknesses, which involved all our community, and endedwith the evaluation of the IAC experts, who verified our results.This important achievement will allow us to maintain a culture of evaluation, responsibility and accountability; promotethe internationalization of our faculty, students and professionals; give institutional support to undergraduate andgraduate programs; and enable a better use of institutional resources, identifying the strengths and the aspects thatneed to be improved.Accreditation is a step to become a university of internationalcompetence and standards.



PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DEL PERÚRESEARCHIn 98 years of existence as a University, new challenges have emergedsystematically, which are hand in hand with the demands of today’scomplex world. As a teaching institution, the PUCP decided to face themand has set as a goal to reinforce research, a fundamental achievementwithin university activities, in order to create knowledge, technologydevelopment and thus solve scientific problems or questions.Consequently, in 2009 the PUCP University Assembly created the Researchvice-president’s Office. This office is exclusively focused on supporting,funding, coordinating and developing research initiatives, and promotingother efforts that our university undertakes as part of its goal to become aresearch center with international standards.Our students are encouraged to do original research from the beginning oftheir careers. In that line, they can enroll in research classes since their firstyear in General Studies, as well as along their career as undergraduate orgraduate students. To achieve this purpose, we hold a series of resourcesthat target the development of new knowledge, such as 47 laboratories,17 research centers, and 83 research groups and networks. We also have8 libraries, newspaper archives and documentation centers, where 33online databases are also available.Furthermore, the PUCP has put great efforts to motivate the membersof our community in developing new knowledge, encouraging andrewarding research projects through different awards, calls, tenders,funds, scholarships and other funding programs. Among the differentresearch-funding programs, we have the Funding Program for Bachelor’sThesis (PADET), the Funding Program for Graduate Students (PAIP), andthe Funding Program for Emerging Research (PAIN).PUCP invested S/. 4’231,755.08 in the Annual Research Projects Tender2014, as incentive to reach the generation of knowledge. We are certainthat all these elements have set the foundations to make of our institutiona research university. The outstanding results that PUCP has reached indifferent fields of knowledge, as well as our contributions to renownedinternational research centers are proof of that.19

PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DEL PERÚRESEARCH CENTERS AND INSTITUTESPHILOSOPHICAL STUDIES CENTER (CEF)Center that promotes research and debate on philosophicalissues in different fields of knowledge, current social issuesand culture, and that coordinates and fortifies the workinglines of Philosophy professors in our university.Web site: FOR RESEARCH ON SOCIOLOGY,ECONOMICS, POLITICS AND ANTHROPOLOGY (CISEPA)Center that promotes basic scientific research and appliedresearch –from an interdisciplinary perspective– to designdevelopmental projects that address social issues in thecountry in an innovative manner.Web site: FOR ORIENTAL STUDIES (CEO)Center for the dissemination of literature, folklore, religionsand other aspects of Oriental cultures —Chinese, Japanese,Korean and Indian— through the organization of courses,publications and other activities in campus.Web site: AND THE CITY RESEARCH CENTER(CIAC)Research center oriented to better comprehend thecomplexity of architectonic and town-planning production,seeking to encourage solid proposals of quality cities andarchitecture that contribute to ensure the comprehensiveand sustainable territorial development.Web site: AND PROTECTION INSTITUTE (ICP)Institute that promotes a better understanding of thecharacteristics of corrosion and the technology to applyfor its control in our country. Founded by the PontificiaUniversidad Católica del Perú in collaboration with theGerman government.Web site: MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGYCENTER (CETAM)CETAM disseminates modern techniques in design,manufacture and production management. It also promotesand encourages the interdisciplinary work among schoolsof Electronics, Industrial, Informatics and MechanicalEngineering; and supports applied research.Web site: FOR THE STUDY, RESEARCH ANDDISSEMINATION OF LATIN AMERICAN MUSIC(CEMDLAT)Center that promotes knowledge, dissemination andappreciation of Latin American music. Founded in 1994, itdevelops research lines from an articulated perspective thatincorporates academic and artistic elements.Web site: STUDIES INSTITUTE (IDEI)Institute devoted to interdisciplinary research oninternational issues, with the purpose of contributing toa better inclusion of Peru in the global scenario, throughresearch, consultancies, and activities of academicpromotion and dissemination.Web site:

INSTITUTE FOR DEMOCRACY AND HUMAN RIGHTS(IDEHPUCP)IDEHPUCP is an academic initiative aimed at strengtheningdemocracy and promoting human rights in Peru, throughacademic education, professional training and research,among other responsibilities.Web site: FOR NATURAL SCIENCES, TERRITORY ANDRENEWABLE ENERGIES (INTE)INTE is an institute for research, academic educationand dissemination of ecologic, socio-environmental,biodiversity, territory and renewable energies matters.Web site: FOR RESEARCH, TRAINING AND LEGAL ADVICE (CICAJ)Center that designs and puts into practice projects ofacademic research, and performs training services,consultancies, and legal advice to the public and privatesectors, both nationally and internationally.Web site: SERVICES AND RESEARCH CENTER (CISE)Center that disseminates research lines in education andeducational development projects. This center organizesthe university’s extension, training and continuing educationprograms for professors.Web site:

PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DEL PERÚINSTITUTE OF RESEARCH FOR THE TEACHING OFMATHEMATICS (IREM)Institute devoted to the research and organization of nationaland international academic activities, to stimulate theimprovement of mathematics education in different educativecenters.Web site: FOR RADIO ASTRONOMY (INRAS-PUCP)Research institute devoted to promote and conduct researchin Radio Astronomy, Astrophysics, and Space Science andEngineering. It is the first institution of this nature in Peruvianuniversities. On November 21st, 2013, two Peruvian satellites,fully developed and tested in INRAS-PUCP, were launchedinto Space for the first time. They are still in orbit.Web site: FOR PUBLIC OPINION (IOP)22The Institute for Public Opinion is a specialized unit foracademic research on public opinion, oriented to thebetter understanding and discussion of issues of currentpublic interest and of social importance in Peru. The centerproduces studies, surveys and consultancy in electoralprocesses, market indicators, and consumption socialphenomena, among other fields.Web site: RIVA-AGÜERO INSTITUTE (IRA)Located in the historical center of Lima, the members of thisschool of high humanistic studies work and promote mattersin Archeology, Popular Art and Culture, Law, Philosophy,History and Language and Literature, all of them focusedon the historical and comprehensive understanding of Peru.Web site: PATENTSTo obtain a patent is a recognition of great inventive effortsthat underlines the technical and scientific qualities of aninstitution and its researchers in an international level.Up to date, PUCP has 14 invention patents in severalcountries, including Peru, the United States, Germany,Spain, China, and the United Kingdom. These technologies,entirely developed by researchers from our university, areimportant contributions to different areas of knowledge,such as medicine and science. They place PUCP as theuniversity that holds the most patented technologies inPeru. Our patents include: Burbuja artificial neonatal [Neonatal Artificial Bubble] (Peru) Método para medir linealmente el flujo volumétricogaseoso en conductos y sensor de flujo [Method forLinearly Measuring Gas Volumetric Flow in conduitsand Flow Sensor] (Peru) Aditivos para adhesivos de base acuosa elaborada apartir de surfactantes poliméricos [Additives for waterbased adhesives made from polymeric surfactants] (Peru) Aglomeración de finos de carbón vegetal por agitacióny rodadura en disco giratorio inclinado [Agglomerationof fine vegetal charcoal by stirring and rolling oninclined rotating disc] (Peru) Material compuesto por una matriz de cemento,fibras de celulosa y quitosano, y procedimiento defabricación del mismo [Material composed of a base ofcement, cellulose and chitosan fibers, and the methodfor manufacturing it] (Peru) Burbuja neonatal con presurizador de vías aéreas[Neonatal Bubble with Pressurizer of air conducts] (Peru) Inkubator für Neugeborene (Germany) Neonatal Artificial Bubble (United Kingdom) Burbuja Neonatal [Neonatal Bubble] (Spain) Neonatal Bubble (U.S.) Additives made from polymeric surfactants for waterbased adhesives (U.S.) Method for Linearly Measuring Gas Volumetric Flow inconduits and Flow Sensor (U.S.) ESVIN: Equipo telemático de soporte de vida paraneonatos críticos [Full neonatal critical care equipment](China)

ESVIN: Equipo telemático de soporte de vida paraneonatos críticos [Full neonatal critical care equipment](U.S.)PUCP also has these protected industrial designs: Burbuja artificial neonatal [Neonatal Artificial Bubble](Peru) Robot recogedor [Picker Robot] (Peru) Vehículo aéreo no tripulado [Unmanned Aerial Vehicle] (Peru) Aparato para pop corn [Popcorn Machine] (Perú)Furthermore, the PUCP competed in 2014 with fivecreations in the Concurso Nacional de Invenciones [NationalCompetition of Inventions], organized by Indecopi andConcytec; and has also recently acquired a number of 3Dprinters to support the creation of new inventions. The 3Dprinter enables our researchers to develop prototypes andtest their designs in real situations.LABORATORIESOur laboratories are highly specialized and their servicescan be used in different fields, such as Mining, Hydrocarbons, Manufacturing, Construction, Metalworking, Agribusiness, Fishing and Textile Industry, among others. Research Area and Development of ProjectsHipólito Unanue Meteorological StationAcousticsEnvironmental and Energy AnalysisPhysical AnalysisInstrumental AnalysisChemical AnalysisMineral Chemical AnalysisArcheologyBioengineeringBiologyApplied Geography Research Center (CIGA)Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center (CETAM)Material SciencesOptical CommunicationsAdvanced ControlSoftware Development ElectricityElectrochemistryStatisticsAnti-seismic StructuresStudy of the Work in Plant EngineeringExperimental PhysicsGeologyHydraulicsMedical ImagesINACOM (Computer Assisted Research)Institute for Radio AstronomyResearch on Experimental PsychologySoil orsMineral ProcessingOpticsThin FilmPolymersDigital Signal ProcessingElectronic ProjectsNuclear Magnetic ResonanceSafety, Occupational Health and ErgonomicsWireless TechnologyExperimental PlantObservation RoomObservation Room for Human BehaviorVisual Anthropology StudioGlass StudioMore stigacion/23




PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DEL PERÚUNIVERSITY SOCIALRESPONSIBILITY (RSU)UNIVERSITY SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITYThe unit in charge of designing, promoting and organizing UniversitySocial Responsibility (RSU) initiatives within the PUCP is the AcademicOffice of Social Responsibility (DARS).RSU is inherent for PUCP’s mission, because it is an institutional policyaimed at creating strong reciprocity bonds between our university andthe Peruvian society. On one hand, the university has to attend the country’s demands through the education of capable professionals, the production of relevant knowledge and the execution of projects that benefitunderprivileged groups of our society. On the other hand, the universityintegrates in its activities the knowledge acquired from the RSU activities.In this regard, this collaboration reinforces study plans, opens new fieldsfor research, creates new teaching and learning methodologies, anddisseminates the skills developed during fieldwork. The outcome of thiscollaboration benefits both the communities that will improve their lifequality, as the university, which learns valuable lessons and confirms itscommitment to social service.Strategies that DARS determines allow our students, professors and administrative staff to take part of RSU.Strategies based on its actors:27

PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DEL PERÚA. STUDENTSSOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY FUNDING FOR STUDENTSOur students have always showed a unique sensibilitytowards problems in our country, and that attitudeencourages them to t

Global MBA (CENTRUM Católica – Tulane University) International MBA International MBA MSM– Full Time Management MBA (Lima) Management MBA (provinces other than Lima) MBA – Full Time MBA – Online degree LAW Banking and Financial Law Business Law Busi